CONTEMPORARY WALL ART

Celia HendersonCelia Henderson LRPS

Celia uses her photographs of flower images to create contemporary wall art on print, canvas, metal and acrylic. Celia also submits to stock libraries and is a successful seller of not just flower and abstract images, but general and current event photography. 

This year I will be exhibiting during the Arundel Gallery Trail from my own home, although slightly out of the town, I have plenty of free parking and lots more space to show more of both my new work and some of my old favourites. I do hope you will be able to visit between Saturday 19 August and Monday 28 August (open til 6:30 pm every day). See exhibitions page for more details.

I'm delighted to launch a series of new photography and Photoshop workshops this year - do have a look at the workshop details and let me know if you would like to know more or if you would like me to arrange a bespoke session for you, a small group or your camera club.

Celia also prints her images to silk, cotton and voile fabric for interior design projects and has a range of deckchair canvas slings. Her work has the objective of capturing the beauty, shape and intricate detail of organic and botanical subjects seen through the photographer's macro lens.

Sony Advocate PhotographerCelia Henderson LRPS

She is one of Sony’s Advocate photographers (since 2009) and in her role as a Sony Advocate has run workshops and given lectures on macro and flower photography at the 2012 Sony World Photography Awards in Somerset House, London, the Edinburgh University Photographic Society and “Focus on Imaging” show at the NEC Birmingham.

Between 2009 - 2013 Celia was the administrator of the Arundel Gallery Trail, one of the original Open Houses Art Trails representing over 100 artists in 60 Arundel venues.

She has had a range of 16 limited editions, distributed by Buckingham Fine Arts.  Celia’s work continues to be commissioned by interior designers to provide images for use in domestic residences and show home developments.  Her work has appeared in TV Channel 5 room make-over programmes and was featured at the NEC Grand Design Show.  She exhibits regularly in East and West Sussex galleries and venues, including the London Affordable Art Show and her work is purchased by private collectors. 

Celia lives in Arundel with her husband and two daughters. She is an IT Trainer and Lecturer in Computing and involved with promoting art projects for school fundraising opportunities.

Commissions
If you fancy something on your wall to match the curtains, she would be happy to take on a commission – no fee (unless you decide you like it).