Vibrant colour, exotic locations, amazing wild life and intriguing compositions all form part of the Old Church Gallery Moore’s forthcoming photography exhibition entitled “Far and Wild”.
The Old Church Gallery Moore is pleased to announce that we will be holding an exhibition of photography featuring works by six South East Queensland based photographers with widely differing backgrounds and experience, opening on Sunday November 20 and running through until Christmas.
Photographers have been asked to provide work, which in their minds, fits with the exhibition theme “Far and Wild”. The theme encompasses a broad interpretation covering exotic travel locations in the Mediterranean, Europe, Scotland and North America as well as “wild” artistic colours provided by nature and captured by the photographer.
Photographers featured in the “Far and Wild” Exhibition include Lucy Robertson-Cuninghame, a long standing professional photographer from Toowoomba, local photographers from the Somerset Region; Vivienne Pastars and Wayne Gillis, Sunshine Coast photographer Mike Kafcaloudis, Gold Coast based Christiana Rose together with Old Church Gallery Moore’s own David Mackenzie with his unique wild life and nature images from the local area as well as some spectacular pictures captured in Wyoming, USA from where he has just returned.
All works included in the exhibition are for sale and purchasers will be able take their acquisitions with them immediately. All photos in the exhibition have been carefully selected and printed on high quality fine art paper or canvas to best showcase the qualities of the images.
Commenting on the exhibition, Gallery owner David Mackenzie said “I am delighted that these talented photographers can join me in this exhibition to show such a variety of work, demonstrating that photography has a very solid place in the art world”.
For more information, please contact Old Church Gallery Moore;
Phone: 07 54247126
Gallery Address: 35 Linville Road, Moore. Qld 4306
Gallery hours are Thursday to Sunday, 10am to 4pm.