Established in December 2002, Wolf Photography is a therapeutic work project with the following aim: To Promote Creativity As A Coping Mechanism For Disability. I sell books and images to support and showcase the Disabled Artists' Network (DAN), our camera club (WPICC) and poetry group (WIPE). I don't charge these artists a fee. This a community project that doesn't make a profit.
Our main exhibition venue is Tesco Bulwell Extra, Jennison Street, Nottingham NG6 8EQ, UK. As a result of the pandemic, we have converted our exhibition space into a digital gallery. The projects are run by volunteers - none of us take a salary or claim any expenses. You can access the DAN menu on the right of this page.
Income generated from sales is used to run various Community Projects for disabled Civilians and Veterans, related to art and well-being including , as well as a camera club and poetry exhibition. I hope you'll support the project by buying a print or a book or leasing an image for your website or blog.
If you have a visual impairment and would like help to interact with us, please try the 'Be My Eyes' project by clicking here.
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