Brian Beaney Exhibition

02 June 2019 - 28 June 2019

10:00 - 19:30

Woodbridge Library
New Street
United Kingdom
IP12 1DT

Tel:01394 330855

Custom Ticket£0.00 


Brian Beaney, a retired reprographic specialist, is renowned for his work based on images captured on the east coast of England. He was awarded a fellowship distinction with the Royal Photographic Society in 2005 for a panel of images of coastal scenes, upon which he worked for over three hundred hours during a period of twelve months. He painted digitally with light, to create mood and atmosphere, and using imagination to epitomise the peace and tranquillity of the scenes.

Today’s work: Creative and unique style of enhanced photography and ‘altered reality’. Brian approaches his photography from an artist’s point of view – the photograph being the source of inspiration. The image is altered to improve the composition, with some elements subject to movement or enlargement. Foregrounds can be added or expanded. Retouching and atmosphere are painted in layers. All of this is achieved in Photoshop.

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Region: East Anglia