Venue: Manor House Library
Alison Day a practicing artist producing Analogue Black and White Photographs , Botanical Drawings, and Watercolours. Her photographic work reflects an interest in the landscape :- natural, social and political . Alison's work documents her experience of ‘her being in’ and ‘reaction to’ the landscape .
Alison's botanical work reflects a knowledge and love for wild and cultivated plants. It examines the work in detail in order to represent the plant as it is and experienced.
Photographs are the document of 30 years of looking and searching the coasts in Northumberland and the political upheaval in London, as well as developing a unique mixture of botanical Photograms which are hand coloured
She works to commission and exhibit regularly. as well as teaching photography and botanical illustration in my studio.
Plum Tree Café SE10 ‘Photographs and Drawings’
LGOS Group Show Blackhealth Concert Hall .
Lewisham Arthouse Group Show 'Hopscotch’
Political Photographs 1991 - 2012, Deptford X Vinyl Gallery,
Blossoming Together, Surface Reflection, Deptford X Fringe, 2012
Down To Earth, curated for Brockley Max Festival, 2012
Botanical Work, The Gallery London (for Hither Green festival), SE6, 2012
Natural History studies: Plants and Shells, The Limelight Gallery, 2010 – 2011
Saturated, The Arthouse Gallery, 2011
Deptford x Open Studios, 2011
A Piece for Peace, Curated for International Women’s Week, 2010
The Toads Mouth Too, Botanical Illustrations – Recent Drawings and watercolours, Lee Green Open studios and Limelight Gallery, 2010
The View Finders Gallery, SE10 ‘Open Salon’, 2009
Women in Photography- South of the River, The Arthouse Gallery, 2009
Pigment and Paint, The Tank Gallery SE4, Deptford X ‘Shift’,
(Selected prizewinner), 2009
The New Cross Art Prize, The Arthouse Gallery, 2008
The Power of Drawing, The Arthouse Gallery, 2008