‘Ocean Seen’ Photography by Nigel Millard, Rick Tomlinson and Jason Swain

Fantastic new exhibition at Dimbola Museum and Galleries atm, bringing together three great oceanic photographers to celebrate the way we interact with our great British coastline.

We’re big fans of good photography and love the range of exhibition at Dimbola Museum and Galleries. Ed

Jason Swain Ventnor:One of the current exhibitions, is a collaborative summer show, bringing together three great oceanic photographers to celebrate the way we interact with our great British coastline.

From spending the day walking its beautiful shores and admiring the breathtaking landscapes – to riding the waves for a thrill on a high speed yacht.

Jason Swain
Jason Swain, who is well known on the Island for his breathtaking coastal shots and his work with the Wight Surf History will be displaying some of his very best ‘Panorama’s’ and ‘Vertorama’s’ which will be for sale.

Nigel Millard
Nigel Millard who photographs for the RNLI will also be exhibiting some of his captivating shots of hero’s that weather the coasts many personalities day in day out to keep us safe and also those that provide us with the ‘catch of the day’.

Rick Tomlinson
This is not the first time that Nigel Millard and Rick Tomlinson’s photography has been shown together.

They were recently published in the book Face to Face: Ocean Portraits by Huw Lewis Jones – “A stunning account of pioneering ocean photography and modern portraiture, with new commissions from leading photographers lifeboat man Nigel Millard and yachtsman Rick Tomlinson alongside historic treasures from the world s finest maritime collections”.

See Events On The Wight for opening times. Runs until 2nd September 2012.

Image: © Jason Swain

Wednesday, 4th July, 2012 4:49pm

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mark francis

Jasob Swain is amazing.

mark francis

-or even Jason – I havent got my glasses.