PIA curate 1st Foyer Arts at the RPW

The Foyer of the Royal Porcelain Works is the ideal space for the display and presentation for sale of artwork. PIA have worked with the Royal Porcelain Works on many projects and the Foyer Arts Exhibition space is the latest venture in the support and promotion of the Arts and Culture in Worcester.

The first Artist to be displayed in the new and vibrant space is Worcester based Stereo-graphic Projection and Nature Photographer – Anthony Pearson.

Open 9:30am till 4:30pm daily from 30th October 2019 in the Foyer of the Royal Porcelain Works, Severn Street, Worcester WR1 2NE

Anthony likes photographing trees, flowers, people, urban details and all the other stuff he see’s around him. He comments “Sometimes I photograph pieces of paper. I also make stereographic projections. A stereographic projection is a sphere mapped onto a 2 dimensional surface. In other words, photograph everything around you, then flatten out the image.”

Anthony reflects on some felicitous quotes; “Finding myself out of the gossip, I busied myself taking snapshots of everything in sight, enjoying my dislocation from events. Watching the miniaturized, reflected image swim prettily into focus in my viewfinder, I had the world exactly as I wanted it.” – Jonathan Raban, Arabia Through The Looking Glass.

“I have this funny thing which is that I’m never afraid when I’m looking in the ground glass.” – Diane Arbus.

“I photograph to find out what something will look like photographed.” – Garry Winogrand. 

For more information on Anthony’s work, please visit http://www.dankspangle.com

The Foyer Arts Exhibition Space before and after the exhibition set up and Photographer Anthony Pearson with RPW General Manager Sara Matthews.

The event can be found on Facebook via the link below:

For Sales Enquiries please contact chris on +44 (0) 7713 055 999 or email chris@participateinart.com

If you are a Artist and wish to know more about the Foyer Arts Exhibition space or how Participate In Art can help you, please contact us through the link below or contact us directly:

Chris Oxlade-Arnott 
Tel: +44 (0)7713 055 999 
Email: chris@participateinart.com

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