5th July 2017 Exhibition is Almost here!

It has been a hectic few weeks but I am almost ready for my first solo photographic exhibition of the Ancient Trees of Epping Forest. Over the next few days I shall be mounting and framing my work and laying out the final hanging plan.

Invite General & Flyer

The exhibition is set in the Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge which is a beautiful Tudor building set on three floors with stunning views over the forest. It is located next to The View Visitor Centre and Museum, 8 Rangers Road, London E4 7QH. There is plenty of parking and places to get refreshments next door. You could make a day of it and go for a lovely walk in the forest, I find it a truly beautiful and inspiring place.

As you may know I have been working there as Artist-in-Residence on a project since April in partnership with the City of London Epping Forest and supported by Arts Council England funding.

I will be present at the exhibition on Saturday between 11am and 4pm and Sunday afternoon if you want a tour round or chat about the project.

Here is a link to the  The View Visitor Centre

Project Flyer Web

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About Marion's Eye

Photographer & Mixed Media Artist
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2 Responses to 5th July 2017 Exhibition is Almost here!

  1. wheresphil says:

    It was nice meeting you on Sunday and I really enjoyed your exhibition, and there are some great images. I liked the mix of styles and seasons across the two floors, but admit to being a sucker for those big colour images 🙂

    I am looking forward to getting back up to Loughton Camp!

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