Stef van Vuuren has lived in Horsham since 2004, when he arrived from South Africa. The beautiful countryside of Sussex and the South Coast was the inspiration to develop a passion for photography and catalyst to explore more of the UK and abroad. Once a year, a return to South Africa to visit family provides the ideal opportunity to visit game reserves and enjoy the wildlife and “Big Five” in nature. Now he doesn’t travel anywhere without his camera gear, and early morning starts to watch the sun rising at dawn or setting late in the day are well worth the effort and create stunning light and colours.
The brilliant local museum at Horsham is a fantastic showcase of the history and development of the area and Stef is delighted to collaborate with Horsham Museum as a gallery for his work.
Stef has decided to use the topic “Scapes” for his first exhibition and his images of land-scapes, sea-scapes, sky-scapes portray a visual escape for the eye and mind.
As well as landscapes, Stef enjoys portrait & wildlife photography and is training for commercial operations with drones for photography and videography.
Scapes by Stef van Vuuren is open from 16 April to 13 July 2019
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