The three bodies of landscape photography work are shown together in one space to give a variety of subject matter and visual interest within a commonality
of medium and overall concern with the landscape and human environment.
Primal Landscapes by Martin Edwards and Luis Bustamante concerns two volcanic landsacpes in Chile and Iceland and are connected through colours, textures, human interventions and their beauty.
Transitions by John Brooks examines the structure and potential of the subject matter to give the viewer a fresh perspective of the ordinary and the mundane using a visual language from modernistic to abstract to more complex layered images.
850 by Iris Bolster and Martin Edwards uses infrared photography to give dramatic landscapes, big skies and sweeping foregrounds while also showing a more intimate view and subtle effect in different circumstances or light. The title refers to the wavelength of light recorded.