October 17, 2019 @ 09:00 – October 19, 2019 @ 18:00
A promenade exhibition along the shops in Greyhound Walk
Stuart Fertado is back as part of Thame Art Crawl 2019. Stuart is a self-taught photographer with no formal training. Inspired by man made and natural forms, his work covers many photographic genres, all of which he approaches with an eye for compositions and creativity. From Vibrant colour abstracts to moody monochrome landscapes and all points between, his work is well received.
From the age of 17 or 18, when he was given a Kodak Instamatic for a Christmas present, to the current day, Stuart has had a keen interest in photography. This was centered around family and holiday images for the most part but when the Kodak was replaced by an SLR (another Christmas present!) he started to improve his technical skills and creativity. With the digital age, the ability to experiment and learn afforded by digital technology put him on the path to where he is today.
A member of the Royal Photographic Society, who have awarded him the Liscantiate Award (LRPS) and The Princes Risborough Photographic Society, he has been exhibiting for 7 years, during Bucks Art Weeks, Oxfordshire Art Weeks and Local Art and Craft Fairs. He’s also held successful exhibitions in the ‘A Little Bird Told Me’ gallery in Wendover, the ‘Stables Gallery’ of the Claydon Estate near Buckingham and as part of Thame Art Crawl in 2018. His work has also been selected to represent the Chilterns Association of Camera Clubs (CACC) in National competition.