Exhibition at the Stableyard Gallery: 'Still Waters' Fine Art Photography by Angelika Spranger
This exhibition is a free event and runs from Tuesday 2 to Tuesday 16 October. Open daily from 10am to 5pm.
About the Exhibition
Angelika creates un-manipulated photography with a specific interest in water. By presenting water in a unique way, she hopes to cultivate a greater understanding of nature, allowing people to better connect with it and ground themselves.
Her work is shown in the form of prints on different media: Giclee prints, prints on aluminium for use indoors and outdoors, and video projections. She is interested in developing a visual language to evoke a greater understanding of, and connection with, water.
Angelika’s photographs draw attention to the innate beauty prominent in nature. All forms of water inspire her, including the sea, lakes, rivers and especially local streams. The works’ purpose is to raise awareness of the gift that water provides us with.
Angelika’s intention is to create a space of inspiration to invite the spectator to enjoy a moment of mindfulness and peace. The artist would also like to draw attention to the importance of mindfulness, mental health and the magic of water meditation.
Furthermore, the photographer is exhibiting an installation to show plastic pollution found in our local waters. Through an exhibition of prints on different media and a video presentation of water, her aim is to inspire a broader awareness of what water means to us and the way we treasure it. She also likes to encourage visitors to connect with nature and to pay attention to how their environment at home or in the workplace fosters that connection with nature and mindfulness.
About the Artist
Angelika Spranger BA (First class honours) Art for Public Space is a London based artist with a focus on fine art photography.
She curated her recent solo show at the gallery space in St Georges Hospital, London. The artist was also selected for the “Tomorrow’s Child” exhibition to raise awareness of the importance of the very early years of the development of a child, at the Houses of Parliament, London.
She exhibits at art fairs, and galleries in and outside London. Her artwork is enjoyed in public spaces and by private collectors in and outside the UK.
Watch a 2-minute video from a recent solo exhibition:
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About the Gallery
The Stableyard Gallery is a glass-fronted, airy exhibition space with café situated within Morden Hall Park. Exhibitions are staged here by local artists and community groups.
If you are a local artist or community group and would like to apply to hold an exhibition in the Stableyard Gallery, please email Volunteer Exhibition Co-ordinator Sarah-Jane.England@nationaltrust.org.uk.