Royston arts trio team up for eclectic exhibition
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A photographer, wood worker and artist are teaming up for an eclectic exhibition at Royston’s Curwens Art Gallery.
Photographer Steve DeHavilland specialises in equine photography, and his work will feature alongside pastel pet portraits by artist Joan Whicher and handcrafted bespoke furniture by Graham Rayner.
Steve, who also works as a management consultant, said: “Graham’s craftsmanship is fantastic.
“We are a collective of different artists, so hopefully our work will complement each other.”
Steve will be exhibiting his display of beautiful and dramatic horse shots at the exhibition in the Royston High Street law office.
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He added: “I have travelled around the world taking pictures of different horses in Iceland and France, and I’m off to the Netherlands soon.
“I’ve always been interested in horses and have done a bit of riding, so the two hobbies have come together nicely.”
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The exhibition featuring Steve, Joan and Graham’s work, will run from Friday, September 18, until mid-November.