We are proud to announce that the Healey Dell Heritage Centre & Tea Rooms will be opening a new photography exhibition showcasing the work of Emma Holt.
As Emma's work comprises of some large pieces, her exhibits will be on display in the ground floor Heritage Room, the hallway, stairs and in the 1st floor Victorian Tea Room. All are strictly limited to just 50 pieces, have been gallery mounted, framed & glazed, a signed and dated and available to purchase.
If you are not already familiar with Emma's work, here's an overview: Emma Holt is fast becoming one of the North’s leading female, Fine-Art Landscape photographers. She is best known for the emotional connection she is able to capture between her and her chosen subject matter… Often shooting on location, she is able to react to her surroundings, creating extremely emotive and atmospheric work, choosing to work mainly in monochrome has enabled her to perfect atmospheric photography.
She has previously exhibited an exciting series of works, based on the Industrial heritage of the North West. The images featured historic cotton mills, against the backdrop of the rolling hills of Lancashire.