RUNNING WILD PHOTO EXHIBITION

27 MAY – 1 SEPTEMBER, 2017:

Dunster Visitor Centre
Dunster Steep, TA24 6SE
Open Mon-Sun 10 am – 5 pm

Opening night: 26 May 5-7 pm, fund-raising event for the Exmoor Pony Centre and the Exmoor Pony Project – open for all

1 SEPTEMBER – 31 OCTOBER, 2017:

Lynmouth National Park Centre
The Esplanade, Lynmouth, EX35 6EQ

13 NOVEMBER – 24 DECEMBER, 2017:
Toucan
3 The Parade, Minehead, TA24 5NL

THE EXHIBITION:

The initial idea behind the Running Wild exhibition was a desire to create pictures of the wild Exmoor ponies that would challenge the traditional imagery seen of these iconic animals. The curator, photographer Nina Dodd brought together nine Exmoor-based photographers and asked them to create images of the ponies over a period of six months in 2016-17. The result is an engaging collection of images, presented in a multiple of genres and post-processing styles. A show of taking on a traditional topic and running wild with it.

OPENING NIGHT:

Opening night on the 26th of May 5-7 pm at Dunster Visitor Centre is also a fund-raising event for the Exmoor Pony Centre and the Exmoor Pony Project and is open for all.

PHOTOGRAPHERS:

Geoff Baylis

Photographer, Picture framer

www.gbphotosandframing.co.uk

Alex Dodd

Creative Media student

alexdoddfilms@gmail.com

Nina Dodd

Photographer

www.ninadodd.com

Gaynor Gough

Photographer

www.photographybygmg.weebly.com

Laura Grant

Artist, Photographer

www.grantcreativearts.com

Paula Kirby

Photographer

www.pkpicsphotography.co.uk

Jack Mccausland

Visual Media student

www.jackmccausland.co.uk

Stuart Warstat

Photographer

www.stuartwarstatphotography.co.uk

Dawn Westcott

www.wildponywhispering.co.uk

Photo by Paula Kirby

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