Nothing fixes a thing so intensely in the memory as the wish to forget it.

Michel de Montaigne (1533 - 1592)


Four of my photographs have been selected by the Paul Nigra Center in Mayfield, NY in a juried competition. The Center's website is http://www.pncreativeartscenter.org

 

It's a photo of a reflection off a Ferrari's hood (bonnet), capturing the Saratoga Auto Museum's windows, dripping rather like a Dali painting...  ©2017 Sean Walmsley.

It's a photo of a reflection off a Ferrari's hood (bonnet), capturing the Saratoga Auto Museum's windows, dripping rather like a Dali painting...  ©2017 Sean Walmsley.


This is a photo of Le Cité de Carcassonne, in France, foregrounded by a vineyard. ©2017 Sean Walmsley.

This is a photo of Le Cité de Carcassonne, in France, foregrounded by a vineyard. ©2017 Sean Walmsley.


This photo was taken looking down from a gondola at the London Eye. It's made up of several photos taken in rapid succession, some of which have been turned into black-and-white. ©2017 Sean Walmsley.

This photo was taken looking down from a gondola at the London Eye. It's made up of several photos taken in rapid succession, some of which have been turned into black-and-white. ©2017 Sean Walmsley.


This photo was taken from my front porch, I only realized there were geese migrating after I shot it. I was really only interested in the clouds!  ©2017 Sean Walmsley.

This photo was taken from my front porch, I only realized there were geese migrating after I shot it. I was really only interested in the clouds!  ©2017 Sean Walmsley.


And another photo is currently in a Member Show in Glens Falls, hosted by LARAC (Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council). Their website is: http://www.larac.org

This is a 'herm', it's in Congress Park, Saratoga Springs. It represents a satyr, probably Pan, the Greek god of the forest. ©2017 Sean Walmsley.

This is a 'herm', it's in Congress Park, Saratoga Springs. It represents a satyr, probably Pan, the Greek god of the forest. ©2017 Sean Walmsley.


Crataegus Paul’s Scarlet, more commonly known as Midland Hawthorn Tree. Falcondale Hotel, Lampeter, Wales.   ©2017 Sean Walmsley.

Crataegus Paul’s Scarlet, more commonly known as Midland Hawthorn Tree. Falcondale Hotel, Lampeter, Wales.   ©2017 Sean Walmsley.

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There are six main areas here. The first ones focus on interests of mine: photography,  website design, and academic publications.
Others focus on my relatives, past and present. My father (Leo Walmsley) was a writer, and my grandfather (Ulric Walmsley) was a painter. My mother (Margaret Walmsley) was foremost a teacher, but also a painter and a wood carver.  My sister Anna Scott is a ceramicist, and she lives in France.
There's a society devoted to my father and grandfather, called appropriately enough, the Walmsley Society. I'm currently President of it. 
So I've devoted four sections to my own work, and then sections that display examples of the artistic fruits of my father and grandfather, my sister Anna, and my mother Margaret (we called her "M", but she also went under the name "Jerry" and my father called her "Dain" in his autobiographical novels).