The film photography & darkroom work of David Kirby

Tim Rudman Exhibition Announcement

Greeting friends!  I have the most wonderful news for fans of landscape photography.  The north of England is now no longer a black hole where no photography enters, an exhibition of such magnificence has broken free from the shackles of the south and made a dash to the northern land where dreams are made.

Yes, Tim Rudman’s Iceland: An uneasy Calm exhibition is currently on show at the Dye House Gallery in Bradford.  The exhibition is running from the 12th January to the 9th February, with the evening launch being on the 19th of January.  The gallery address is The Dye House Gallery, Lister Building, Bradford College, Bradford, BD7 1AY and is open Monday to Friday 10am to 4:30pm, Saturday 10:30am to 12:30pm and is closed on Sunday.  For weekend visits you can park on campus, during the week you will need to book a parking space by calling the gallery.

I am hoping to head down either this weekend or next to view the exhibition and I urge you to do the same before gravity wins out and the prints are all sucked back down south.  If you have Tim’s Iceland book then you will have a good idea what to expect, but nothing beats seeing a print in real life does it?!  If you don’t have Tim’s book then the exhibition will no doubt be a good place to pick up a copy.  As regular readers will know I am a huge fan of Tim’s landscape work and admire him greatly for his technique, skill and for sharing his knowledge so freely with us all.  If you bump into him at the exhibition be sure to drop to one knee in respect!

On a more personal note I have added four more final prints to my own Iceland collection and am well under way to being finished.  Hopefully within the next few months I will have everything sorted and can start getting some images uploaded to share with you all.

Until next time, happy printing (and exhibition viewing)!