An exhibition of photographs by fine art digital printmaker, Cam Neville, of Storm Imaging and Gallery.
Storm Imaging uses the best printing systems available in the world, for colour as well as black & white prints. They exclusively print the Max Dupain Negative Archive and for the State Library Exhibitions Department, as well as for many photographers, artists, art publishers, galleries and museums. The digital printing method used is Giclée printing in which archival inks are sprayed onto specially selected art papers, producing work of the highest quality. This method is only used by a few printers in Sydney and is favoured by artists because of its archival quality.
This is a collection of eloquent and mysterious photographs, taken more than 20 years ago on the South Coast of England. They reflect an emotional time in this young man’s life. They are simple moments captured with a romantic, searching eye, in a traditiona black and white style.
Opening: Thursday, 11th March, 7-9 pm
This Exhibition is free to the public and all welcome.
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