Art / Photography

Welcome to Cornucopia Art and Photography

We work in the dark - we do what we can - we give what we have. Our doubt is our passion and our passion is our task. The rest is the madness of art. 
[Henry James - The Middle Years]

This is the home of the picture galleries; to go to a gallery click on its featured picture. Once there, you will see it divided into various numbered rooms which are accessed individually from the bottom of the gallery page.

… and, after the galleries (just to show you it’s not all about me), you will find the section “Featured Art, Artists and Activities” where you can see some of the things that have caught my attention.

Gallery 1 : No Comment

An on-the-fly collection of images that some might consider “amusing”.

Gallery: “ No Comment”

Gallery 2 : Beauty in Function and Form

Originally a celebration of the beauty found in the function and form of artefacts born out of the western Industrial Revolution, now extended by popular demand to include anything mechanical or electrical whose function (and therefore beauty) can be seen with the naked eye.

Machine 1
Gallery: “ Beauty in Function and Form”

Gallery 3 : Notices

A look at how information is presented in public places and how the logic of that medium can be turned on itself.

Night Vision
Gallery: “Notices”

Gallery 4 : Blackpool

A one-nighter in Blackpool, September 2018.

Gallery: “ Blackpool”

Gallery 5 : Katrina

New Orleans 2006 – one year after hurricane Katrina.

Gallery: “Katrina”

Gallery 6 : India

Pictures and tales from my three month trip in 1998.

Gallery: “ India”

Gallery 7 : Auschwitz

Pictures from my visit to Auschwitz, Easter 2008, in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of its liberation.

Featured Art, Artists and Activities

Angela Fabry

A cornucopia of extraordinary work from an extraordinary artist.

Ant Fox

How refreshing: an artist with a sense of humour.

Susan Grace Hinman

Fabulous fashion and more.

Paxton Glew: Urban Miniatures

An exciting pop up exhibition bringing together the big names of the Urban Art scene on a tiny scale.

Paxton Glew – Miniatures