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New Earth Photography selected for the Oxford Art Fair, 27th & 28th July

​Rupert Davis July 2013

I am delighted to be exhibiting at the Oxford Art Fair, UK, over the last weekend in July.  Here's what their press release says:

"As well a unique opportunity to browse for art, the event brings two great days of music and family entertainment to Oxford, for everyone to enjoy this summer.  The Oxford Art Fair sees some of the country’s most innovative up and coming artists to the city, who will be showcasing a wide range of contemporary work."


Entry is free.  The two day event takes place from 11am to 7pm on Saturday 27th July and from 11am to 5pm Sunday 28th July.  More details here or click the image on the left.

New Pictures released

​Rupert Davis July 2013

Six new pictures released in the first half of this year, with a focus on the seasons.  From lush English woodlands to beaches in London and the old quarter of Zurich.  'Winter Walkers' in London is an iconic image that captures an unusually cold and snowy winter in the UK.

To see the pictures please visit the *New* folder on the gallery page, here or click image on left.

29-page Magazine feature - Serendipity Magazine, Water issue

​Rupert Davis July 2013

I am delighted to share my fourth article for the magazine, Serendipity, opposite.  This quarter's theme is Water and completes the four elements.  My feature which includes writing as well as the pictures, starts on page 27 (use the navigation buttons at the top).  It's been great to create these features, adding writing to what the pictures comumicate themselves.

To access the issue, click here or the picture on the left.

London exhibition at Cork Street Gallery

Rupert Davis January 2013


Two pictures selected for prominent London gallery's Winter exhibition.  Cork Street Gallery in Mayfair is running the show from 18th to 25th January.  They describe the show as "An extraordinary juried selection of original contemporary art by established and emerging artists from the UK and abroad", which is nice to hear!  They selected about 200 pieces of work from over 1600 submitted for the show.

'Autumn Trees, Hyde Park II' and 'London Snow at Night, Hyde Park' were chosen, both local pieces that are in my London gallery on the Gallery page here.  I've produced them as 3 foot by 2 foot prints on silver halide paper mounted and heat sealed on mdf and with a beautiful black bevelled edge.  It's a great modern style for pictures that avoids using glass.

For more details and gallery location and opening times, click on the picture to visit the gallery website.

15-page Magazine feature - Serendipity Magazine, Air issue

​Rupert Davis October 2012

I am delighted to share my second article for the magazine, Serendipity, below.  This quarter's theme is Air.  The front cover of the magazine also shows one of my pictures, and my feature starts on page 5 through to page 18.  Click on the picture, left, and the magazine will load; then use the arrows at the top to move through the pages.

To access the issue, click here or the picture on the left.

Two more issues will come in 2013 - Fire at the end of January and Water end-April.

See how my pictures look on the wall, at this New York Gallery
Rupert Davis September 2012

Great idea from Agora Gallery in New York where I've had some exhibitions and worked with the gallery for a few years...they display artist work in a kind of 3-d way.  Gives an idea of how pictures look in a room.  Click on the picture, left.

First of four magazine features for Serendipity Magazine
Rupert Davis July 2012

I've been asked to create picture galleries and to write about the pictures for the next four quarterly issues of the online magazine, Serendipity.  The magazine is a showcase for artists focusing on art and creativity.  The themes for the next four issues are the four elements, the first one here is 'Earth'.  I really enjoyed putting words to the pictures and hope you enjoy the feature.

Click on the picture, opposite, and the magazine will load; then use the arrows at the top to move through the pages.  My feature starts on page 5.

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