"I am interested in the artistic potential hidden in natural forms, photographed honestly. I believe that Nature needs no embellishment, so I have no use for artificial lighting, tripods, or digital manipulation."
English photographer, Barrie Dale was born in 1941 and today lives and works in Oxford, where he performed three classical guitar recitals in the 60s and held three exhibitions with his watercolors in the 70s. He has had one solo exhibit showcasing his photography at Bampton Gallery, Oxfordshire in 2015. Barrie Dale was Chairman of Oxford Area Arts Council in the 1970's, and an instrumental figure in setting up an Arts Centre (still in existence), as well as saving a church of architectural interest from demolition. The artist holds a First Class Honors Degree, a Master’s Degree and a Doctorate Degree in Chemistry from Oxford University.
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