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Barry Cawston

United Kingdom Born in: 1966
Barry Cawston’s fine art photography has won numerous awards and competitions including in the British Open Art awards in 2012 and 2013, the Exeter Contemporary Open, which he won in 2007, and the Chairman’s Choice Award at the RWA Photographic Open 2008 and the South West Art Prize 2010. In 2011 his piece the “Tibetan Cowboy” was a star feature of BBC2’s Show Me The Monet. He is regularly commissioned by English Heritage and by international charities.

Much of Cawston’s photography has both sociological and architectural elements. Ranging from breathtaking panoramas of China’s changing urban landscape to the historic grandeur of Bristol Docks to the crumbling desolation of Cuban interiors, his images capture the beauty of otherwise passed over places. Shot on large format the images have a cinematic quality enhanced by Barry Cawston’s subtle use of light and observation of detail.
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Barry Cawston, 195 Flats, Photography

Barry Cawston

195 Flats, 2012
42.5 x 48 inch


Barry Cawston, Golden windows, Photography

Barry Cawston

Golden windows, 2014
26.4 x 78.7 inch


Barry Cawston, The Party, Photography

Barry Cawston

The Party, 2014
48 x 37.4 inch


Barry Cawston, In search of Hopper, Photography

Barry Cawston

In search of Hopper, 2014
38.2 x 48 inch


Few works remaining by Barry Cawston

These are the last remaining works by Barry Cawston.
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Focal Point

Capital Culture Gallery

Focal Point
From February, 11 To March, 8 2015

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