TV personality and world-renowned Sports Artist takes up Residency

In the heart of the Chilterns a new creative home is opening. An exciting new gallery space for artists and photographers. The first show is a collection of contemporary artists and fine art photographers. The Artist in Residence is Paul Trevillion, known as the Leonardo of Line, prolific sports artist, his work has appeared in magazines, newspapers, TV spanning his 60 year career. For the first time, you can come and meet him on 1st November, talk to him about his career and pick up inspiration.

Also joining him on show for the first three months is the renowned artist Sally Fisher whose work opened the Phoenix Art Gallery and Picture Framing last year in which The Black Gallery now resides.

Curator and fine art photographer, Vanessa Champion said “The Black Gallery is a really interesting space, you have to see it. Steve, the gallery owner, used to have a gallery in St John’s Wood, and has created a wonderful gallery here in Tring.”

Vanessa is one of the photographers exhibiting, and has brought in two international fine art photographers, Adriaan van Heerden and David Newton to launch the initial collection.

3D Imaging with Visual Realms

If you could teleport your customers to your premises, without them having to leave their desk, how much easier would it be to convince them to buy? How much easier would it be for you to run unlimited tours at no extra cost?

Visual Realms scan your building to create a photo-quality 3D virtual tour that you can embed on any website. 

With their VR tour technology, it’s the next best thing to being there.

ARGENTA Fine Art #biophilic catalogue now out

For jaw-droppingly beautiful prints of nature, for fine art collectors, interior designers and galleries, leaf through the ARGENTA Fine Art Summer collection showcased in our new #biophilic catalogue now out

PhotoAid Global partners with Workaid.

PhotoAid Global is the UK based photography service that connects photographers to charities and NGOs both here in the UK and abroad, and also curates exhibitions to drive awareness and revenue for good causes. Workaid, winner of the Queens Award for Voluntary Service, tackles poverty by providing disadvantaged people with the tools they need to learn a skilled trade and earn a living. Since 1986, Workaid has helped around 100,000 disadvantaged people to break the cycle of poverty and build better lives for themselves and their families.

20% off Pixelrights website

Turn your photography into beautiful quality prints that are ready to sell and order directly from your website. With total control over pricing and stock, to ensure quality control and limited editions. Pixelrights image technology goes even further, allowing you to retain your ‘buy print’ button on your image, no matter where it goes!

C12 announce they are back at TPS 2016

Building on the success  of  the  last year’s raffle of donated  prints by photographers   from  West Midlands  and  beyond,   which  generated almost£1400 to support  Disabled Photographers   Society, C12 is coming back to The Photography Show again this year. C12 is a group of volunteering  photographers lead by Agi Ch focused on support […]