What are your plans over the next few days? If you fancy a trip to London, we’ve found the perfect place for you to visit! The best news? You can take your dog with you too! Hosted by one of our favourite charities, All Dogs Matter and gourmet dog food producer, Cuffleberry & Co, we were invited along with others such as Teddy Maximus and TV’s Marc Abrahamto the official launch of a very special photographic exhibition from esteemed fashion photographer, Andrew Lamb, which will be in the capital for the next few days. Andrew has magically captured a series of stunning photographs entitled ‘Canines and Companions – Women and Their Dogs.’ If you love dogs, take it from us, you’ll want to take a look! Join us today as we share our experience and tell you all you need to know about this exciting exhibition!
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What could be better than strolling around a lovely gallery with your four-legged friend, admiring photographs which showcase one thing all dog lovers can relate to; the special bond with your dog. The photos vary in size and subject matter (you may spot some celebrity faces amongst them such as actress Michelle Collins or Instagram famous pooch, Bruno the Mini Dachshund) but the one thing which is consistent, is the way dogs clearlymake an impact on all of ourlives. The photos capture this perfectly.
Next to each of the photos are a few short words from the ‘canine companion’ about their relationship with their dog. Some of the words are really touching and provide a thoughtful insight into the bond between human and dog, which is clearly visible in each of the photographs. So adorable!! Interspersed amongst them, beautiful quotes from well known figures adorn the walls, adding a beautiful finishing touch to this exhibition. Take it from us, there’s nothing quite like admiring all of these photos and quotes, then looking down at your own dog or thinking of those who have passed. We found it all rather moving actually and completely inspiring.
Once you’ve finished admiring all the wonderful photographs and soaked up the ambience, you’ll find information fromAll Dogs Matter at the venue, including how you can get involved with them and maybe even find a new addition to your family. Wouldn’t that be great? Cuffleberry & Co also have information available within the gallery so you can find out more about this exciting new brand (and you’ll want to!) They have even commissioned Repeat Repeat (Tracy Emin’s pottery designers) to create a limited edition porcelain bowl, which celebrates the Queen’s 90th birthday. There are only 90 available and you can pick one up at the exhibition too, with all proceeds going to All Dogs Matter! Don’t you think they’re fabulous? We do!!
WHERE IS IT??
We don’t want to spoil the show by including all the photographs here, so if this has whet your appetite and you fancy popping along, make sure you get yourself to London ASAP so you don’t miss out! All the details below:
Canine & Companions – Women and Their Dogs
Gallery Different, 14 Percy St, London W1T 1DR.
Friday 22nd April – Sunday 24th April
The exhibition really is a celebration of how important and far reaching the bond between canine and humans can be. Congratulations to Andrew Lamb for creating such a beautiful exhibition; all the human and four-legged subject matters who were lucky enough to be photographed and All Dogs Matter and Cuffleberry & Co for hosting such a special exhibition. With the proceeds of all sold framed originals going to All Dogs Matter, here’s hoping a lot of money will be raised, allowing them to continue their amazing efforts rescuing and rehoming dogs.
For anywho doubt the bond between humans and dogs, send them to this exhibition; they won’t be able to doubt for very long!
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