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A Sense Of Good Exhibition

Article by Jonathon Stephenson December 8, 2016

© Peter Amey

During their time studying at Bath Spa University, Peter Amey and Tomos Morris have nurtured a love for the analogue mediums of photography. Now they are launching a magazine and preparing for their first exhibition.

Shooting primarily in colour 35mm film, the duo both developed a unique style. They founded Sense Of Good magazine, a creative collage of likeminded artists and photographers with a nostalgic, colourful aesthetic. The online magazine was originally hosted on Tumblr and Instagram. On 5 December the first print edition of the magazine was launched at Magalleria, Bath.

This series of images obtained exclusively for milk represent an early glimpse of what is to come for the pair. Tomos has a more organic feel within his work, making blur and grain an active part of the artistic composition. Peter has a fascinating multi-layered approach to creating his images, bringing together analogue film exposure and digital software based manipulation.

Together Peter and Tomos plan to run an art exhibition in London. With original work by each of them, the Sense Of Good exhibition will be held in early 2017. It will feature a number of yet to be announced artists and will act as a launch celebration of the newly released magazine.

To see more from Sense Of Good, check out their Tumblr. You can also donate to their crowdfunding campaign.

 

© Peter Amey

© Peter Amey

© Peter Amey

© Peter Amey

© Tomos Morris

© Tomos Morris

© Tomos Morris

© Tomos Morris

© Tomos Morris

© Tomos Morris

© Tomos Morris

© Tomos Morris

 

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