Museum & Tearoom Open
Wednesday-Sunday 10am-4pm

26th Jan – 13th May 2017

Scientist and artist, Jan Ramscar, presents an exhibition of botanical photograms created without a camera. Following in the footsteps of early photographic pioneers, Jan works in a darkroom, shining light through flowers and seeds onto photographic paper to create unique and intricate images of some of the smallest elements of the natural world. ‘Each image is completely unique and unrepeatable,’ says Jan, ‘much like a monoprint in Art … so these images cross the boundary between photography and Fine Art.’