Digital photographic print, framed.
You can find more from Ginny here
"I'm Ginny, a local portrait photographer specialising in family, business and creative portraiture. I held my first solo photography exhibition in Morecambe in 2019 (entitled 'Ablaze!' and hosted by the Morecambe Artist Colony at More Music); a portrait series celebrating people with brightly coloured dyed hair.
I have been collaborating with local artists during lockdown too, inviting them to use prints of mine as a starting point for new art work. All art works are created using 'Analogue' methods as a soothing response to the frenetic digital nature of our current world.
I also love to run workshops, encouraging people who may not consider themselves 'creative' to have a go at something new. I have run many smartphone photography and stop-motion animation workshops in recent years, often in collaboration with local organisations such as The Exchange (now Good Things Collective). I have recently developed a new online smartphone photography course with a mood-boosting focus called 'The Gratitude Gallery'.
Prior to starting my business in 2015, I spent 14 years working as an Occupational Therapist in mental health services. This allowed me to assist people to re-engage with activities that are meaningful to them, which were often creative in nature."
Discombobulation by Ginny Koppenhol
Delivery - we will arrange for safe delivery of your item 3-5 working days after the exhibition has finished and been taken down on 23rd February 2021.
Click and Collect - we will not be offering this service during the lockdown to encourage people to stay home and reduce transmission. Please only select this option if you do not require the item immediately and are happy to wait until lockdown measures ease.
Any profits or commission generated from sales will be used to support ongoing work of the Good Things Collective. A social enterprise* (not a charity) working collectively with our community to see more creative spaces, opportunities and activities that will improve what our area has to offer. Our growing community is working to establish a supportive culture where people use and share their skills to help and support each other and make where we live even better.
*Being a social enterprise means we run like a business but instead of giving our profits to private shareholders we reinvest them inline with our social purpose for the benefit of the community. We are regulated by the Community Interest Company (CIC) regulator.