Our waterways have long provided creative inspiration for artists and writers. Gloucestershire's canals and rivers provide a huge range of locations from the sublime and sometimes ferocious River Severn, the busy Gloucester/Sharpness canal, to the long abandoned but soon to be renovated Stroudwater canal.
'WaterWay' examines these arteries of wildlife, trade and recreation, while also looking at the surrounding landscape, those who make a living along it's shores, the communities who live close-by waterways or those who come simply to enjoy the water in all it's various moods.
Kel Portman is a founder member of the arts collective 'Walking the Land' and makes artworks, photographs and installations that are inspired by walks and journeys through the landscape.
The Art of Walking Published September 07, 2014
The Art of Walking Published August 20, 2014
Encounters in Skyros Published July 01, 2014
Works in Progress Published December 28, 2013
Walking. Working. Interactions and Encounters 2013 Published December 28, 2013
Between the Woods and the Water Published April 21, 2013
earth.wind.water.sky Published April 27, 2012
Beyond the Comfort Zone New and unseen works by members of PhotoStroud Published October 21, 2011