A passionate advocate of old cameras and lenses, photographer Charles Twist takes a subtle look at the high moors in a fascinating series of prints that blur the notion of time. Photographed using Victorian techniques and equipment, and shorn of contemporary cues, the sepia-coloured images depict a timeless, sea-like, open moorland of distant horizons and hills that roll like waves – with the exhibition title a deliberate echo of Debussy’s ‘La Mer’.
Meet the Artist: Saturday 15 March, 12 noon – 3pm, with music by harpist Elisabeth Westhead, for 30 minutes at 12 noon, 1pm and 2pm
Artist Lecture: Saturday 22 March, 12 noon – 3pm
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