Peter Steedman Exhibits at Lauderdale House
Peter Steedman’s new exhibition at Lauderdale House encompasses a wide variety of themes ranging from landscapes to textures, plant portraits to old buildings. Lauderdale House is located in Waterlow Park on Highgate Hill in north London. The exhibition runs until 12th June, and is open daily from 11.00am to 4.00pm Tuesday to Friday, and midday to 5.00pm on Sunday. Admission is free.
London photographer Peter Steedman exhibits at Lauderdale House
London-based photographer Peter Steedman returns to Lauderdale House with a stunning new collection of limited edition pictures. The exhibition encompasses a wide variety of themes ranging from landscapes to textures, plant portraits to old buildings, and runs from Wednesday June 1st to Sunday June 12th.
Peter has exhibited widely in the UK and Ireland, and returns to the familiar surroundings of Lauderdale House, the venue of his first public exhibition in 2006. Since that time his work has steadily gained an enthusiastic following, admired both for its eclectic range of subject matter and striking sense of drama.
Originally built in 1582, Lauderdale House is conveniently located in the beautiful Waterlow Park on Highgate Hill in north London, and provides a fitting backdrop for Steedman’s thought-provoking images.
Following a private viewing on the evening of June 1st, the exhibition is open daily from 11.00am to 4.00pm Tuesday to Friday, and midday to 5.00pm on Sunday. Admission is free.
Further information on the photographer can be found at www.pmsphotography.com, where a range of limited edition prints are also available for sale. More information on the exhibition can be found at www.lauderdalehouse.co.uk
Photo: Peter Steedman’s limited edition photograph of an Old Boat – Glengarriff, Ireland 2010