Established in 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 work of disabled artists around the world. 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 are currently working on turning the whole exhibition into a digital site. If you would like to help get in touch. All of our activities are free for everyone. The projects are run by volunteers - none of us take a salary.
Income generated from sales is used to run various Community Projects for disabled Civilians and Veterans, related to art
and well-being including the Disabled Artists' Network (DAN), 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.
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