A world in pictures
PHOTOGRAPHER David Drury will be displaying his work in an exhibition in the Foyer Gallery at Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre. Hitchin-born David first became interested in photography in 1994 when he was inspired by landscape images captured by a famil
PHOTOGRAPHER David Drury will be displaying his work in an exhibition in the Foyer Gallery at Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre.
Hitchin-born David first became interested in photography in 1994 when he was inspired by landscape images captured by a family friend.
Born in 1971, David has travelled the world capturing exotic and striking landscapes.
He hopes the images in his exhibition will inspire people to see more of the world's mysterious and unexplained beauty.
He has also recently diversified into other areas of photography including commercial work and family portraits.
The exhibition will be on display from January 8 to February 4.
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MALSO at the Leisure Centre, two artists will be exhibiting their work in the Boxfield Gallery.
Liz Boast studied fine art at Hertfordshire University and is an accomplished painter and printmaker.
John Sellings is also a printmaker and describes his work as "figurative paintings that are created from his personal observation."
He is interested in classic Greek and ancient history and this inspires many of his creations.
They have each had many exhibitions, both locally and internationally.
The exhibition will be on display from January 12 to February 11.
The exhibition is free to visit and all exhibits can be purchased.