Magnet Galleries, a not-for-profit, is designed to draw together people with an interest in and a passion for photography, to share their knowledge, experience and aspirations and gain new insights and expertise. The exhibition is an intimate account of life on the Western Front, seen through the eyes of a young man more interested in and enamoured of the arts of peace than in the horrors of war.
Les Chandler, a survivor of WW1, was an ornithologist, farmer and environmental activist, who grew fruit on his property for the rest of his life, dying at the age of 92. He was also an excellent amateur photographer who won many awards for his photography.
Les Chandler, Self Portrait, 1916
Please select an entry time
- June 26, 2017 - September 18, 2017
8:00 am - 5:00 pm