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“Inspired by the sea” Craig Howarth


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raig has a passion to provide fine art collectors with


stunning depictions of the everyday natural world at its most evocative. His photographic travels have taken him across the USA and Europe. Dartmouth has now become his home and as such he lovingly captures this in his current project “Inspired by the Sea”. craig is a classically trained fine


art photographer and as such is passionate about traditional techniques being used in today’s digital world in order to perfect each piece of artwork he creates.


Craig uses his knowledge of the Zone System, a technique pioneered by Ansel Adams in California 1940, who’s continues to be a true inspiration to Craig. He uses this system to ensure every shadow and highlight detail are produced to perfection.”


This range of exclusive prints will only be produced in an edition of 95 and will be on display at White Sails Gallery, Dart- mouth and Stokeley Farm, Kingsbridge, www.whitespaceart.com


Art Inspired By The Dart - to be contd....


baxters


12 Foss Street, Dartmouth, Devon, TQ6 9DR Tel: 01803 839000


info@baxtersgallery.co.uk www.baxtersgallery.co.uk


from the top: ‘Most Powerful’ - Castle Cove ‘The Wash’ - Slapton Sands


‘Passage’ - Blackpool Sands -


The bright and airy space of Baxters on the corner of Foss St and Flavel St in Dartmouth shows an


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