- Posted by Claire Thomas
- On 29th March 2017
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Julian Perry, of ‘JP-Digitalart’, is presenting an exhibition of his photography and digital art in the Plaxton Room at Lingfield and Dormansland Community Centre on Friday 21st April from 12 – 5 and on Saturday 22nd from 10 – 5.
Pieces from the so called ‘East Grinstead Collection’ will be on display alongside a wide cross section of his other work embracing photography, watercolour, pastel and oil style pictures created using digital paintbrushes and tools. A selection of art posters and ready matted prints will be on sale and Julian will be able to discuss and arrange bespoke wall art based on any of his images. The artist will be on hand to talk generally about his work and also to discuss his new service of restoring and enhancing customers’ own images or creating art work from them.
Julian had a career as a scientist for the NHS in various London teaching hospitals before training in a branch of complimentary medicine and later to become a secondary school science teacher. Now retired from teaching he can focus full time on his artwork, a passion he has explored for over 35 years, from working with transparencies, film and the darkroom through to the latest digital systems and editing software. His particular focus is the patterns and designs to be found in the natural and organic world in the hope that his art may inspire and create a sense of peace and wonder at what lies quietly awaiting our perception and acknowledgement.