View an inspiring display of beautiful and impactful works by photographer, Dr Graham Cam and watercolourist, Steve Tredinnick.
Two friends, Graham Cam and Steve Tredinnick, celebrate their twenty-five-year journey through remote and wild places, documenting the wonder of our birds and promoting an awareness of why their survival shapes our future.
Birds inspire us, uplift us, bring us hope. They are exquisite forms of beauty. Their powers of flight amaze us, with their innate control, their sense of freedom, and the often-extraordinary distances they cover, simply to exist. In a rapidly changing environment, both locally and globally, with immense pressures upon our ecosystems, we must value, cherish, and protect these remarkable creatures with an ever-increasing sense of urgency.
Blue Mountains residents Steve Tredinnick and Dr Graham Cam, to their great fortune, have loved and studied birds all their lives. Together, since 1999 they have collaborated on a project studying the birds of the Capertee Valley, and which continues to this day. In addition, Graham has expanded his studies to include NSW arid zone birds, which will be integrated into this new exhibition. As individual artists, but with a shared motivation for documenting and expressing their emotional experiences with birds, Steve primarily paints watercolours, whilst Graham utilises the medium of photography. Graham and Steve have previously held successful joint exhibitions at the Braemar Gallery, Springwood NSW and the Everglades Gallery, Leura NSW.
Visit Everglades Gallery in October to see their latest spectacular showcase for yourself.
Image: Courtesy of Dr Graham Cam and Steve Tredinnick
Exhibition open 10am – 4pm, Wednesday – Monday from Thursday 3 – Sunday 27 October 2024.
How to book your tickets
Exhibition is included in a valid Everglades General Entry ticket.
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