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Chosen for Auckland Festival of Photography

[News Release] -- JUNE 2006

Chosen to be part of the Auckland Festival of Photography...

Clay Bodvin’s exhibition aqua room series (which runs thru to July 2) is representing the Lopdell House Gallery in this year’s expanded Festival.

Also, as part of the Festival's activities, the artist will give a floor talk on June 18 discussing, among other things, the role photography has in his work.

To review the entire programme for the Auckland Festival of Photography (starting on June 2) please follow this link

http://www.photographyfestival.org.nz/

== meanwhile, elsewhere ==

‘Highly Recommended’ awarded - plus
one year free membership granted...

In the recently juried London-Photographic-Awards competition titled My Best Shot, Clay Bodvin’s single entry - the atmospheric UrbanScape-16 - won a Gold LPA Online Portfolio as well as free membership in the newly launched London Photographic Association, both for one year.

This turns out to be the first public offering of the artist’s pure photography and marks a new direction which will see the integration of more photographic imagery into Clay’s ongoing investigation of the still life art form.

Examine Bodvin's work, and the rest of the selected exhibition, at

http://www.london-photographic-awards.com/

under “competitions” select View the current winners & finalists

click on the “My Best Shot - Winners and finalists” arrow-link

select the Single Image winners and finalists gallery

and then scroll down to the artist’s work. While at the LPA you can find other new photographic work on Bodvin’s portfolio page.

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And to review a selection of photomedia paintings by the artist go to

http://www.absolutearts.com/portfolios/m/mediummixer/


ENDS

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