New Ways of Seeing - COVID19
In these crazy times its important for Artists to remain active and develop new ways of interacting with the audience. With an increasing move towards self isolation and in an effort to reach out, I have set up a studio webcam and will start to livestream. If I`ve got something interesting, I`ll announce it beforehand on Instagram or Facebook, so keep your eye`s peeled! Scroll down the home page for latest videos. Use can also use the orange bubble (bottom right) to Instant Message me if you fancy a chat. Feel free to ask any questions. You don`t have to buy anything. It`s ok just to chew the fat and say howdy!
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Exhibition: Journeys and Discoveries - Bayside Gallery, Brighton
29th January-8th March 2020
Brighton Town Hall, Corner Wilson and Carpenter Streets, Brighton, Victoria 3186
Free Event: Exhibition Artists in Conversation with Bayside Gallery Curators: Saturday 15th February 2pm
'Bayside Local' is a group exhibition that showcases the work of accomplished artists living in and around Bayside who have responded to the theme of 'journeys and discoveries'.
Exhibition: Group Chemistry 2019 - Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
Friday 30th August - 15th September 2019
Level 1 and 2/322 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065
“Group Chemistry 2019 is the third exhibition by the Melbourne based, Friends of Photography Group. Featuring analogue film work, the exhibition invites the viewer to experience the chemistry of photography through two different contexts: the scientific magic of the darkroom and the intangible chemistry of a group who share their knowledge, build community and encourage creativity through film photography"
Exhibition: Extending Tradition 2 - LightBox Photographic Gallery, Astoria, Oregon
Saturday 10th August - 11th September 2019
1045 Marine Drive, Astoria, Oregon 97103-4219
“Thirty-six Photographers exhibit work celebrating the traditional approach and beauty of large format film photography. This exhibition gives recognition to those whose interest follows the masterful path of traditional large format photography. The LightBox Photographic Gallery features the work of Photographers who use traditional tools and methods from the early days of photography. Each Photographer finds their own reward in their disciplined and methodical practice which results in these distinctive and unique photographs”