Noel Myles Principally Trees
Time & Location
About the Event
Noel Myles' Suffolk Oaks have been exhibited through a global gallery network from as a far afield as New York, Moscow, Paris, Berlin and Melbourne.
Peter Rumsey, curator of The Mill Tye Gallery and long standing supporter of Noel's work, suggested mounting a survey of his tree compositions in the gallery's beautifully contemplative upper room.
Myles compositions have a photographic base and each comprises dozens of individual uncut component frames. He calls them 'Still Films' that explore the territory between single frame photography and moving image.
They have been exhibited in England in the Royal Academy, Victoria and Albert Museum, Royal Photographic Society, National Museum of Photography, Film and Television and National Portrait Gallery as well as private galleries. They have been featured in many magazines and the national press.
'Principally Trees' will be open to the public from Saturday 5th June until Sunday 29th August.
Free entry. Everyone welcome.