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Art on display at Glossop train station

Some of the art work on display at the station by Jane Crosbie.

Visitors to Glossop train station can enjoy an exhibition of photographic images exploring light and colour until 4 September.

The work by Jane Crosbie is available to view free of charge at the station waiting room gallery.  

“It is really nice to have something up locally. I’d encourage people to have a look if they are going for a train or passing through. 

“It is a nice little gallery and I’d encourage people to sit down and take it in. It is really nice quiet space.” 

Another of the images by Jane 

Explaining more about the images in the exhibition, Jane said: “These images represent my love of light and colour and how they interact with everyday objects in the world. 

“I am inspired by abstract shapes and forms in nature and reflections, there is more to see if we look in new ways. 

“Using light and materials to distort the images, these photographs capture everything from reflections in the kitchen to guitar picks and dashboard lights. 

If you would like a free copy of any of the prints after the exhibition, you can get in touch with Jane via email crosbiejane@gmail.com or @janecrosbie_ on Instagram. 

Anyone who would like to exhibit in the station gallery can contact John Kimpton from Friends of Glossop Station on 01457 859128. 

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