Our Fargo Village emporium is currently showcasing an exhibition featuring three artists’ work. Here’s a little bit about them all and their work:
Ivor Hunt LRPS
Ivor lives in Northamptonshire but studied photography as a part-time mature student at City College Coventry.
The images in this exhibition are from a project undertaken entitled ‘Yorkshire Waterways – Use, Disuse and Regeneration’ reflecting the changes from industry and manufacturing to residential and recreational.
Mandip Singh Seehra
I am a Coventry born photographer. I enjoy photographing all elements of life including portraits, land/cityscapes and documentary.
The iconic images of New York in the 50s and 60s by William Klein have inspired me to visit the city a number of times to try and create my personal view of it and its life. I also seek inspiration in life and the beauty of the world.
Emily Louise Heard
Hello! My name is Emily Heard and I am an artist creating colourful and emotive works of art.
I grew up in a small seaside village in South Wales, and have loved art all my life. I vividly remember being no more than four years of age staring at a painting on a wall and being utterly transfixed. From that moment forward, I knew I needed to become an artist.
My psychology studies have inspired me to create works of art that are aimed simply at making people feel happy. It never ceases to amaze me how art can have such an uplifting impact on our emotional well-being and connect with us on all levels. I believe everyone’s perception of the world is uniquely different and that each is infused with an emotional reaction. Emotions are the spirit of life, and I am extremely passionate about capturing them in my work.
Pursuing my dream has been the best decision I have ever made, and nothing gives me greater joy and fulfilment than sharing my art with others.
The exhibition is running 14th-28th of Feb so come on down to take a peek!