Friday 21st May 2021 to
Saturday 12th June 2021
A series of photographs featuring photographs of the Crowstone, the well-known and solitary local landmark which stands off the coast at Chalkwell. Mark has been documenting the stone, its interactivity with the public, and the changing tides, seasons and weather over the past couple of years. With every visit he tries to find a new way of seeing it. The stone is a kind of sentinel, keeping guard over the estuary since long before any of us were around, and continuing to do so long after we're gone. It must have stood witness to a lot over the years.
About the artist
Mark Massey is a photographer, focusing on documentary and portraiture. Mark studied graphic design at college, worked in London as an art editor/magazine designer for 20 years, and now a freelance graphic designer/photographer.
Mark Massey is interested in photography as ‘social documentary’ - observing and discovering everyday places, and the interaction between people and the environment. His community is also important to his work, so local issues have formed the focus of several personal projects.