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An art exhibition featuring Deborah Pendell’s work opened today at Gallery 6, Stodman Street, Newark





An exhibition featuring limited edition photographic prints opened today at a gallery in the town centre.

The Vinyl Revival exhibition starts today (November 29) at Gallery 6, Stodman Street, Newark until January 20.

The artist Deborah Pendell, is a self taught fine art photographer, who lived in Newark until her late teens and is now based in Cambridge.

The Vinyl Revival exhibition at Gallery 6, Newark.
The Vinyl Revival exhibition at Gallery 6, Newark.

Deborah’s artistic approach to art is to photograph and reimagine every day, sometimes nostalgic subjects and recreate these as contemporary artworks.

She describes her work as playing with pixels because every artwork starts life as a photograph or a combination of photographs that she has taken, she then works with the pixels until a new artwork organically develops.

“I rarely know where this experimentation is going to go but I know when I am finished,” said the artist.

The Vinyl Revival exhibition at Gallery 6, Newark.
The Vinyl Revival exhibition at Gallery 6, Newark.
Steve Davy of Winthorpe looking around the Vinyl Revival exhibition at Gallery 6, Newark.
Steve Davy of Winthorpe looking around the Vinyl Revival exhibition at Gallery 6, Newark.

The Vinyl Revival collection captures the tangible aesthetic of vinyl records but with a modern day makeover creating a striking aesthetic.

A small selection of unframed limited edition prints from Deborah’s Stamp Collection, which celebrates the beauty of vintage postage stamps elevated with manipulation, adding twists of contemporary pop art colour will be available.

Deborah will be present for a meet and greet at the gallery on Saturday, December 9 for a Christmas fizz and vinyl music event from 2pm to 4pm.



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