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A Splash of Colour photography exhibition, The Photographic Angle

Description

Exhibition

A Splash of Colour photography exhibition

Location

Abbey Gardens, Abbey Street, Kings Road, Reading RG1 3DD

Dates

22nd– 26th September 2021

Open

10am – 3pm Daily

Cost

Free Public Admission

Please note our Covid health and safety procedures onsite. Please practice social distancing and act on any guidance our staff give you. Wear a face covering unless you are exempt and use the hand sanitiser provided on arrival.  If you are not feeling well, help keep everyone safe by staying at home.

Colour is one of the powerful tools at a photographer’s disposal. Along with shape, texture, space, line and form, it is one of the six classic elements of design. Visual story-telling is made effective through the use of colour, which can make a photograph feel vibrant, exciting, mysterious, scary, serious or even sad. Colour is a great way to communicate emotion in our images.

The 21 talented photographers featured in this exhibition have successfully used colour to capture our attention, making their visual story one that sticks with us.

A SPLASH OF COLOUR is a touring exhibition created and supported by The Photographic Angle.

Please check website prior to attendance for latest information as dates may be subject to change.

Disabled visitors are advised to check with us before visiting an exhibition so that suitable access can be provided. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

W : www.thephotographicangle.co.uk/exhibitions                

T   :  0800 028 7338

E   : info@thephotographicangle.co.uk

Reg Charity No : 1135750

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