“Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.”

– Cecil Beaton

DIVERSE

BATLEUR EAGLE – JASPER DALGLIESH

A fierce-looking Batleur Eagle stares into the lens with intensity.

SCRATCHY – BRIAN GRIMWOOD

Grimwood’s directly draws from the imagery of Picasso in this conception of the man and bull. A recurring motif in Picasso’s work, it came to the fore in his iconic ‘Guernica’. Black and white, with dashes of colour, Grimwood presents the view with both a side profile and full portrait. The expressive colour and form in this work recalls the work of great painters such as Matisse and Picasso.

A DESERTED CASTLE ON A SUNNY DAY I – MATTHIAS HAKER

Shot on a high summer day, warm light streams into this unruly, wild building steeped in forgotten glory. Stucco detailing, Venetian arches, and intricate pink, peach and green wall painting have been ravaged by the affects of time.

STRIPED NUDE – DANIELA FEDERICI

Federici displays her artful mastery of form and tone to create an abstract of the female nude using the shadows of a window blind. Recalling the sculptural photographs of Bill Brandt, the subtle eroticism of Helmut Newton and the classical forms of Horst, Federici draws from varying aspects of the photographic masters.

ABSTRACT 131 – MO TUNCAY

In this piece, Tuncay roughly paints vertical stripes of burnt orange and red, that resemble the sails of a boat.

CENTRAL LIBRARY – STEPHEN MILLERSHIP

Millership grew up in the industrial landscape of northern England and is determined to preserve its iconic buildings through artistic record. The product of expert draftsmanship, this illustration depicts the Library bathed in a warm afternoon sun beaming across the square.

RUSHING RIVER – DARWIN WIGGETT

Taken with a slow exposure, this landscape photograph of a flowing river is simply beautiful. A warm light peaks through a forest and reminds us of the great salmon runs that takes place every year in Canada.

JOURNAL DE MER 01 – LINDA LIEBERMAN

‘Journal de Mer’ is part of a sequence of works which are based on the five continents, this one is Africa. In this, we see that the concerns for the ocean becomes yesterday’s news, replaced by our vapid consumerism of celebrity culture.

DIFFERENT KIND – YOSHIHIKO WADA

Pointing his camera upwards, Wada shoots the relationship of a circular tower to square skyscrapers. Their interplay and the resultant negative space gives away to an almost abstract artwork.

SVOLVAER RORBU – HAMISH ROOTS

Hamish Root spent a long period of time chronicling the life and landscape of Norway’s Lofoten Islands. Here, he focuses on the small, picturesque town of Svolvaer Rorbu. Taking the edge of the town as its meets the majesty of its natural surroundings, Root focuses on the relationship between nature and the city. A long exposure enhances the beauty and colourful reflections of the water.

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