LUMILYON

The Mobile Art and Photography of Nettie Edwards

Month: November, 2012

Mindful Macro: The Fascinator

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In A Country Churchyard

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In A Churchyard (St. Mary’s Painswick, 2012)

These images are a personal response to the beautiful and strangely haunting pruned Yew trees in the churchyard of St. Mary’s, Painswick in Gloucestershire. The photographs were are not heavily “apped”, the blurred effects being created in the moment.

An Autumn Afternoon on the Ile Saint-Louis

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November 2012

Exhibition News: Mobile Photo Paris

Eiffel Tower, Paris, under refurbishment, October 2012.
copyright: Nettie Edwards @lumilyon 2012

This week I’ve been making final preparations for my next trip to Paris. On this particular journey, I’ll be taking an extra piece of luggage containing precious cargo: the work that I’m going to show for Mobile Photo Paris, the first exhibition of its kind to be held in the City Of Light, at the Bastille Design Center from 21st to 25th November. There will be over 100 images to enjoy, created by 18 artists and I’m thrilled to be on of the two non-French contributors.

Deciding which work to share has been a challenging process but rather than present a diverse selection of images that covers my range of techniques and subjects, I’ve compiled  set comprising Landscapes and Macros, shot mainly in France, that reflect the Mindful approach I’ve taken to photography over the past year. The prints are just 5 inches square and my hope is that visitors to the exhibition will draw in close to spend a few quiet moments with each tiny fleeting fragment of memory.

To find out more about the exhibition, click on the logo below