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A Tribute to Ansel Adams:                               100 years of photographing Yosemite

Photographs by Charles Cramer Joe Cornish & Dave Chalmers


16 November - 7pm to late


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Personalised 2017 Desktop/Wall Calendar & Seasonal Cards

Orders being taken now

Now that the summer is fading into a distant memory, we at the Joe Cornish Gallery have been preparing for the festive season and beyond. Therefore we are delighted to announce that we are once again taking orders for personalised Joe Cornish Calendars and Seasonal Cards.


Due to the popularity of last year's multi-purpose Desktop/Wall Calendar coupled with feedback from customers, we have now made this year's calendar even bigger. Furthermore our ever-popular seasonal greetings cards can also be personalised.


Desktop/Wall Calendars

Our double-sided Desktop/Wall Calendar is available for overprinting in full colour on both sides with a company logo and details. These serve as a great gift for your customers and a lasting advert for your business.


Seasonal Greetings Cards

Our seasonal range of cards is available for printing in single or two-colours with your personalised greeting or logo.


All cards and calendars are supplied with envelopes.

Minimum quantities apply (see order form for details)

Orders come with free delivery to TS or DL Postcodes, other areas charged at cost.

All prices are subject to VAT at 20%

Please note: we have a limited availability of cards and calendars for overprinting so please order early.

Order by October 7th for delivery week commencing November 14th.

If you require any further details or samples please contact sales@joecornishgallery.co.uk


Download Order Form





Corporate Calendars 2017 



Seasonal Greetings Card range 



Slow Moments Photography Competition

Inntravel - The Slow Holiday people

If you have been on your travels at home or abroad this summer with your camera then this competition could be for you.

Our friends at Inntravel have teamed up with us for their excellent Slow Moments Photography Competition.


They want entrants to submit an image that reflects an evocative 'Slow Moment' in time.

Images should be between 2MB - 10MB and accompanied by a short description of no more than 40 words.


Monthly winners and short-listed entries will be entered into the 'Grand Final' with all the images going on display here at the Joe Cornish Gallery in January 2017.

From these he overall winner will be announced, winning a Photographic Assignment Holiday to the Black Forest in south-west Germany.


The deadline for entries in 31st October so there is still plenty of time to submit your entries

Full details are available on Inntravel's website:  SLOW MOMENTS COMPETITION




Slow Moments



FotoFest hosted by our friends at Fotospeed takes place at the Pound Arts Centre in Corsham, Wilts on the weekend of 3rd & 4th September.

Joe will be appearing as one of the guest speakers and tickets are available at www.fotospeed.com/fotofest




Go wild with us...

Slideshow & talk

At 2pm on the afternoon of Saturday 27 August Joe Cornish is hosting a talk with two wildlife photographers, Param Sandhu and Will Nicholls. Both Will and Param will present a talk and a slideshow about the indigenous wildlife of, respectively, the scrub jungles of India and the regenerating Amazonian rainforest of Peru. To be followed by a question and answer session with Joe and the audience.

Tickets for the event are £12.50, click here to buy tickets.

The event runs from 2pm - 4pm. Refreshments are included.

The exhibition Life on the brink: wildlife of India & Amazonia is on display from 27 August - 24 September

On Landscape Room: photographic gallery

Permanent group exhibition

From July this year, On Landscape, the online landscape photography magazine, will have a permanent exhibition gallery, housed on our first floor. The Gallery will feature a changing selection of work by member-photographers, showcasing some of the finest landscape images being produced today.

The first exhibition will include work by: Colin Bell, Nigel Morton, Paul Mitchell, Peter Hyde and Stephen Barnett.

More information is available in the latest edition of On Landscape -