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Adopted Artist

Regatta Radio has adopted an artist Allan Henderson. Allan lives and works in Henley.

What attracted us to Allan's work was his "Leander Sculler". This captures Mark Hunter, (ex-Leander Captain) in the catch position.

Many of you will know that Mark and his partner Zac Purchase won gold at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 in the lightweight double. This work is a limited edition and there are only a few left.

His more recent work concerns Motion & Repetition. This group of projects have been made in association with the athletes of the GB lightweight men’s rowing team. The concept of motion and repetition was developed through significant in-depth study and observation, giving the resulting images a high degree of insight and integrity.

The work has been exhibited twice at The River and Rowing Museum Henley as part of the official countdown to the London 2012 Olympics. It was reviewed by Cathy Reynolds, the International Inspiration Advisor for The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games 2012 on their website as follows.

“Allan’s work was incredible, his installation called “Motion & Repetition” captured the strength and beauty of this sport, as well as the relentless pursuit for technical perfection. Every stroke matters. Allan had filmed a crew on the river by setting up different cameras at unusual angles on the boat. The synchronised videos become not only a work of art but fascinating to rowers themselves as a training tool.”

Allan is in search of partners to sponsor the development of his Motion and Repetition video installation into a world-class piece of art. He believes that the concept would be an extremely powerful and dynamic way to promote rowing, leading up to 2012 and beyond. He would be delighted to arrange a meeting to discuss this exciting project further. You can contact Allan directly on or send him an e-mail.