John Eastwood Landscape Photography - News and Events
John Eastwood is one of the leading British Fine Art Landscape Photographers, working in the light and landscapes of the North West - Cheshire, Derbyshire Peak District, Staffordshire, North Wales, Lake District and the Isle of Man. His limited edition photographic prints can be found in collections all over the world. John also offers sophisticated Photo restoration work.
Below are some recent additions to my Landscape Photography Gallery, click on any of these to view a larger preview image 0r visit the Gallery
Recent Additions to the Photography Gallery
Exhibition of landscape photography by John Eastwood - at Stockport Art Gallery 23 March - 29 April 2016
I am delighted to announce details of my solo exhibition of fine art landscape photography at Stockport War Memorial Art Gallery from 23 March - 29 April 2016.
The exhibition, 'The Way through the Woods', is in the East Gallery with 26 of my limited edition photographic prints from the North West UK on display. Stockport Art Gallery is on Wellington Road South, across from Stockport Town Hall, adjacent to Stockport College and close to the train station.
Feature Article in Christmas Supplements of Cheshire Life and Lancashire Life Magazines November 2016
'It's a Kind of Magic' - A 4-page feature article of my landscape photography including an interview and several of my pictures, can be found in a special Christmas Supplement that accompanies the November 2016 editions of both Cheshire Life and Lancashire Life Magazines. Further details and a copy of the article can be found on the Press Page of this website.
‘Defined by Water'
Over 30 pieces of my work have now been installed in the bedrooms of the elegant, newly refurbished Partridge in Stretton, Cheshire. The Partridge is nestled in the countryside yet adjacent to Junction 10 of the M56.
The Partridge, Stretton, Cheshire
For Macclesfield Barnaby Festival 2018, I am staging an installation 'House of the Magus' with the artist Richard Chadwick featuring a recreation of the legendary Macclesfield Tarot. You can visit the House of the Magus in the Grosvenor Shopping Centre SK10 1DY Opening Times: Thursday - Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm & Sunday 24 March 11:00am - 4:00pm Admission Free
Barnaby Festival Grosvenor Centre Macclesfield Tarot
Macclesfield Barnaby Festival 2018
Didsbury Open Gardens Sunday 17 June 2018
I am delighted to announce the dates for a new solo exhibition hosted by the Didsbury Parsonage Tust at the beautiful Old Parsonage in Parsonage Gardens, Stenner Lane, Didsbury, Manchester M20 2RQ. The exhibition 'Liminal Spaces' runs from 3 March until 25 March. Liminal Spaces are areas of transition, transformation and inspiration, poetic spaces that lie on the boundary or threshold, our bridges between reality, dreams and thought.
For Didsbury Open Gardens 2018, an exhibition of my work will be on display in the Summerhouse at the Welton Avenue Garden. With 32 spaces and gardens open to the public in aid of charity, an Arts Trail and a large number of supporting events, it's a great day out for all! www.didsburyopengardens.org
A New Solo Exhibition 'Liminal Spaces' at Didsbury Parsonage, Manchester, 3 - 25 March 2018
Macclesfield Tarot Cards
Copies of the Macclesfield Tarot Cards I designed and produced for Macclesfield Barnaby Festival 2018 are still available. This unique and beautiful set of tarot cards is limited to 250 signed and numbered copies. More info, history and images can be found at www.macctarot.co.uk - details of a new exhibition featuring the cards coming soon!
2 New Images added to the Gallery
I have added 2 new images to my Image Gallery: 'Stairway' and 'Sound, Mist and Sea'. The two images were captured early in the morning in the majestic area of The Sound at the southernmost tip of the Isle of Man as ethereal sea mists drifted across the rocks and inlets.
I found it impossible to choose between the two portrait and landscape format images, so both have made the gallery!
Visit the Gallery page for a higher resolution image and further narrative.
‘Sound, Mist and Sea'