Nature's Stage featuring David Anthony Hall

Nature's Stage featuring David Anthony Hall

BRINK is proud to announce a new collaboration with the Talisman Theatre and Arts Centre. The debut exhibition, which will also mark the inauguration of the award-winning theatre’s newly refurbished bar and foyer, will feature a small selection of large-scale photographic works by London-based nature and landscape photographer David Anthony Hall.

BRINK is proud to announce a new collaboration with the Talisman Theatre and Arts Centre. The debut exhibition, which will also mark the inauguration of the award-winning theatre’s newly refurbished bar and foyer, will feature a small selection of large-scale photographic works by London-based nature and landscape photographer David Anthony Hall. This internationally renowned artist has exhibited as far afield as New York and Singapore and his works are held in private collections worldwide. In the UK, Hall has exhibited in over twenty-two group shows, as well as holding two West End solo shows. Hall is currently working on a number of public art projects and has spent the last two years producing a new body of work which is so detailed it can be printed at sizes of up to 20 x 5 meters. His vision for these works, which have been created with hospital environments in mind, is to create a shift in the way people view medical facilities, from cold and sterile to warm and welcoming, changing the atmosphere by humanising the environment – a concept that is gaining influence in many areas. More recently, he has been collaborating with Marie Curie on their new hospice in the West Midlands, which will include bespoke pieces in sizes of up to 3 x 6 meters for the reception, public areas and the twenty-four bedrooms, where the aim is for his pictures to have a positive effect on the staff, visitors and, most importantly, the patients. Hall is also working with Maggie’s Cancer Centres on similar projects for their purpose-built centres across the UK. In 2011, Hall exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show, where his work formed the main focus and was the inspiration behind a concept garden design, raising a good £13,000 from the proceeds of one of his artist’s proofs, which he donated to the Children’s Acute Transport Service Charity. Similarly, in his 2009 solo show, the photographer raised a further £9,000 for cancer charities from the sale of his work. In the ‘Nature’s Stage’ exhibition, Hall takes us on a journey to discover the natural world, enticing the eye with sharp and luscious details, in what could almost be described as a homage to nature. The exhibition, curated by BRINK Co-founders Tim Robottom and Sarah Silver, will be open to the public from Saturday, March 3rd 2012 until Monday, 30th April 2012. The private view will be held on Saturday, 3rd March from 7pm. Situated in Barrow Road, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, The Talisman Theatre and Arts Centre is open 7:00pm show nights (see www.talismantheatre.co.uk for details) and 8:00pm every non-show Friday. For further information on BRINK or to arrange an appointment to view the show call t. 07960 – 043 395.

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03 Mar 2012 - 03 May 2012

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Sarah Silver

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