Neal Panton: Sense of Place

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Neal Panton: Sense of Place

January 3 - January 28

How do we experience and make meaning of a particular place? For me I use my camera lens to create connections to a place.

Photography nurtures my feeling of belonging in this world. It is this deeper emotional connection that makes these places worth caring about, and that encourages my ongoing stewardship to my natural surroundings.

This collection represents my own sense of place.

Neal Panton is a fine art photographer who specializes primarily in landscapes. He favours large-format prints and panoramas. Neal has been photographing since 1984 exhibiting since 1992 and is primarily self-taught. He has won or been nominated for over a dozen awards, some in the Columbia Basin region, others from Europe and the USA.He has worked as a photojournalist for Reuters, taught photography and visual literacy, been published in over 25 countries, had 16 solo exhibits and 59 group exhibits in Canada, Europe, the United States, and South America, and self-published eight books showcasing his images. Neal is represented by Turning Art and Glasshouse Images in the USA. In Canada Neal is represented by Art Gallery Kimberley at The Laundromat.


January 3
January 28
Event Category:


Centre 64


Centre 64- Kimberley Arts