After 13 years of running the Fremantle gallery it has come down to just two weeks to go until the end… Well, until I close the gallery anyway, which for me is really a beginning, the beginning of the next chapter.
To make a little easier for everyone to know what stock I have available on sale I have created a web page with a list that you can see HERE>>
Another year, another birthday. This December 15th Monk Art Photography Gallery turns 13, and this will be the final birthday. After 13 years I am moving in to the cyber age and going completely online… and shutting the Gallery.
So I’m having the sale to end all sales, everything in the gallery either gets sold, or moves to my house!
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Happy Easter Long Weekend for 2017. Down here in Fremantle it’s the weekend of the Fremantle Street Arts Festival, which has grown into one of the biggest festivals we have here and definitely my favourite. This year is extra special because the festival pitches are spreading out right down High Street past the gallery. From Saturday 15 April until Monday 17th April High Street will be closed to cars and the whole of High street down to Mouat Street will full of performers performing and watchers saying “Wow!” There will be loads of happy people wandering around enjoying the sights and having fun, it’s probably the best weekend of the year to visit Fremantle, especially with the magic weather we are having, so come on down and join in.
The Gallery is Open all weekend.
The High Street Gallery will be open the whole weekend (Saturday-Monday) from 10am to 5pm with a great new selection of new images, including this one below…
A bit of last minute notice here for the Camera Swapmeet on at the Leederville Town Hall tomorrow morning from 8.30am (Sunday 20th February). Its a great social event and if you’ve never been to one its also a bit of a photographic cultural event too, with all sorts of gear being traded from digital to large format studio cameras, slide projectors and enlargers. You can get a cup of tea and a home made cake Read the rest of this entry »