Mónica Ortega, Spain

For me every river is more than just one river. Every rock is more than just one rock. It is a fact that a real estate looks across an open field and sees comfortable homes, while a farmer sees endless rows of wheat and a hunter sees a prey unaware of his presence. The open field is the same physical thing, but it carries multiple … Continue reading Mónica Ortega, Spain

Kenneth Gray, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Scenes of Fountainbridge, Edinburgh. The McEwan’s Brewery used to be here, but it is now demolished. It is shortly to be the new home for the Boroughmuir school, as well as the new Edinburgh Printmakers Workshop. A regeneration programme has seen the building of accommodation for students of Napier University, the Fountain Park leisure complex and Edinburgh Quay at Lochrin. It is the current state … Continue reading Kenneth Gray, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Michela Griffith, United Kingdom

My ‘Streamscapes’ – images of water and light – originate in and around the River Dove in the Peak District National Park and although created in camera, they are sometimes mistaken for paintings. Many of these “Streamscapes” are drawn from two tributaries. Individually and collectively they show the influence of geology, the passing of the seasons, the character of the day, the legacy of rain … Continue reading Michela Griffith, United Kingdom

Christopher Swan, Glasgow, Scotland

Glasgow’s riverside has undergone a massive programme of regeneration in the last 10-20 years. The industry has gone, the docks have been infilled and the Clyde is now a place of entertainment and leisure rather than work. The Clyde of today is characterised by cinemas, casinos, concert venues, museums and acres of car parks. The buildings themselves are a series of shiny baubles designed by … Continue reading Christopher Swan, Glasgow, Scotland