Christmas time is …. different for each and every one of us.
As a visual artist, I recorded what I saw with Exa 1a camera and on Kodak Tmax film.
Wishing you all very blessed and happy Christmas!
…and I can keep posting photographs – just for the love of it 😊
Minolta X500 and Rollei Retro 400S, developed in RO9 one shot.
Rain in Ireland comes suddenly and disappears suddenly. Standing on the edge of the cliffs and watching ships that pass by on the horizon is one of my favourite things.
You need to see this photograph up close and personal…the grain from the film is “the thing” that gives a specific feel to it.
You are invited to the launch of HALFTONE Dublin‘s Fresh New Print Fair 2nd November at The Library Project.
I am one of the 80 artist exhibiting and selling at the Halftone.
HALFTONE, a celebration of the printed matter in all its forms, is an initiative by PhotoIreland Foundation, hosted every year at The Library Project. Running over 18 days this year, the fair brings together a large selection of works by over 80 established and emerging artists, showcasing Ireland’s exciting Art scene.
I hope you are all rested and relaxed after summer holidays, cos I’m not 😀 . It was an extreme summer, but I managed to create pretty good photographs.
Oddly enough, I took only two cameras with me – Konica and SeaSea Marine. Both simple, old, 35mm.
What I envisioned and produced will be posted in the next few posts.
The Arts Weekend Kinsale is coming to an end. I had a photogravure demo and one of my paintings were in the Philip Gray’s gallery for the exhibition. All in all, I think it went pretty good and some happy ladies went home with a piece of finished photogravure print. I joined the event in the last minute but for the next time I’ll be better prepared (I hope).