Artfullframe is lunching the next International Photo Exhibition in London from December 15th, 2022 to January 2nd, 2023 at the Willesden Gallery.
As Ansel Adams said, "You don't take a photograph, you make it", hence the idea of organizing a photo exhibition where to show the thoughts of photographers transformed into images.
“Think first, then shoot” is a collective photo exhibition, bringing together various photographic styles proposed by international photographers.
Each photographer followed an individual path, each photographer has his/her own story as we all see life differently.
Regardless of individuality each one’s first step is to draw the concept they wish to achieve with their photo and then transform it into the image.
Show us what you create with your photography.
Willesden Gallery is fast becoming one of the premier places in North West London to appreciate an eclectic range of high quality art from established and emerging artists. has had many successful shows.
Each exhibition has achieved four thousands visits, which helps raises artists profiles, exposing them to new audiences.
The gallery has been a great stepping stone for many artists, resulting in sales, new commissions and future exhibitions.
Poetry and image appear as declinations of a common source from which they can both be and belong. A return to your own land and to the dunes that tend to disappear. Almost an embrace to protect them from the sea.
This project named “The Shape of Water”, evolving since 2017, with these 4 photos allow the viewers imagination to expand and experience different shapes according to the mood balance and wellbeing if you are calm and relaxed or stressed the shape will reflect that.
The philosopher Plato says The Shape of Water is the purest form, because Water has no shape and fits the space available, “borrow” the shape of whatever container they are in.
Water drops, or, for that matter, are spherical in shape due to a phenomenon called surface tension, In a liquid this acts on the surface of a freely falling drop to minimise its area.
The cohesive forces between liquid molecules is responsible for the surface tension. The molecules of water on the surface don’t have like molecules around it. So the water droplets tend to be pulled into shape of spherical due to cohesive forces.
Thats why, the drop of water is always spherical but in this project I have broken them for less than a second giving you a unique shape freeze with my camera.
I believe that learning shapes helps children to identify and organise visual information, and it helps them learn skills in other areas including reading, math, and science... learning shapes also helps children understand other signs and symbols.