An exhibition of work by two winners of OVADA’S Professional Development Award.

John Blythe is deeply engaged with the processes of photography, as well as his subject matter. His work explores the everyday journeys we make, breathing new life into the shopping trip, the school run, the walk to work through a mindful engagement with his surroundings.

Cally Shadbolt creates abstract 2 and 3-dimensional artworks with materials such as cardboard, glass and gold. She has recently been preoccupied by the horizon, and uses it as starting point to explore perspectives. She constructs artificial spaces and imagined objects.

Their work sits side by side in a conversation on different ideas of how we see our environment.

Thursday 22 February – Join us to celebrate the opening of the exhibition, 6 – 8pm

Artists in Conversation

Saturday 17 March, 3pm in the Gallery
Cally and John will talk about the ideas that inform their work. The conversation will be led by Marion Piper and will include an in situ review of the exhibition Accord.
Marion is a founding member of Work Hall, an artist-led research and practice studios in High Wycombe.
Free – please book your place.