Michelle Deans Harding published travel photojournalist is exhibiting here at the Close Gallery. A Taste of Italy - multi media exhibition. Inspired by her travels to Picinisco and the region of Trentino.
Michelle trained as a photographer for five years and went on to work as a cruise ship photographer travelling the world.
Over the past several years Michelle has exhibited in New York, Miami and in the Louvre, Paris. As well as working with travel pr companies, brands and tourism boards such as Hurtigruten, Rickshaw Travel and Sabah Tourism Board.
Rosie Nixon is a Perthshire photographer (and writer) whose work thanks to the reach of the internet, is appreciated more globally than locally.
Gallery Close was delighted to come across her stunning work in 2017 and are delighted to be announcing her first solo exhibition.
A horticulturist by training, Rosie has a global following both for her photography and writing on the subject. She was asked by Google+ to become a member of their elite Google Create team as an expert in her field.
She even has an orchid officially named after her by the RHS plant registration (Masdevallia 'Rosie Nixon').
“In many ways Rosie is an undiscovered talent,” says Gallery owner Chris Close. “I look at a lot of photography and was aware of floral studies by industry giants like fashion photographer Nick Knight, Robert Mappelthorpe etc so when I stumbled across Rosie’s work by chance I was very excited by it. The fact that she is based so near was a happy coincidence.”
For collectors we have a special introductory offer on here work and for the large prints £100 discount if ordered before 14th Feb.