An exhibition of fine art photographs of St. Kilda by Beka Globe.
Beka Globe came to Harris when she was just 11 years old. Her father, sculptor Steve Dilworth stills lives and works locally. She studied photography and darkroom techniques from an early age at Napier University in Edinburgh. There she was inspired by Ansel Adams’ landscapes, Paul Strand’s portaits and Hiroshi Sugimoto’ seascapes.
Having travelled extensively, photographing America and New Zealand she returned to the Hebrides to explore her roots in the landscape she first viewed through the lens. Here she captures an emotive vastness, depth and simplicity. Her silent images are deeply moving, stirring a particular sense of place.
15 - 29 Sep 2012
10am to 6pm (Mondays to Saturdays)
Arts and Crafts
The Mission House Studio
Isle of Harris
Entry is free.