Sarah Ainslie Rabley Event – Portrait Gallery

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Indian inspired backdrop

On Sunday 19th May there was a special studio photographic event to coincide with the opening of Sarah Ainslie’s exhibition ‘Indian Photographers Captured’ at Rabley Drawing Centre. Sarah used the rolling Rabley landscape as part of the perfect Indian inspired photographic backdrop, juxtaposed with rugs, materials and various quirky curios.

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Visitors to the gallery had their photographs taken by Sarah, a record to echo the studio photographs that many Indian families have taken over generations, as featured in her exhibition.

PORTRAIT GALLERY

Raising money for the children of the artists’ colony in India

The portrait prints are available to purchase for £20. All profits go to our Indian Education Trust that supports the education of the children of the artists’ colony in Jaisalmer, India. Rabley currently supports the education of 14 children.

Contact Meryl or Amy-Jane if you would like information or to purchase a copy of your portrait.

info@rableydrawingcentre.com / 01672 511999

Thanks to all those who came along and made the day so special.

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View Sarah Ainslie’s online exhibition catalogue for ‘Indian Photographers Captured’:

http://www.rableydrawingcentre.com/drawingsandprints/artist/1017/sarah-ainslie

See also –

Sarah’s website

http://www.sarahainslie.com/

Sarah’s recent photography project for Spitalfields Life magazine:

http://spitalfieldslife.com/2013/05/21/canal-dogs

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