In this exhibition curator John B. Turner has combined the works of these three very different artists, whose approaches to capturing the fragility and beauty of New Zealand’s forests are highly engaging. “Martin Hill, a designer and environmental sculptor makes impeccable photographic records of his temporal art works; Ian Macdonald has photographed some of the world's most important wilderness areas for the BBC; and Craig Potton uses photography as his main weapon as a green advocate and publisher dedicated to preserve wilderness areas,” says Turner providing a brief précis on each.
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