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Jonathan Yeo portraits

Exhibition at the Lowry 

Landscape photography exhibition ‘From the Road Again’ is finally up in the gallery and looks stunning.  The exhibition opens this evening and will run through 7th June.  Be sure to stop by to see the work of Rob Carter, Harry Cory Wright, Gerry Fox, Rick Giles, Jonathan Glynn-Smith, Jane Hilton, Dede Johnston, Peter Newman and David Yarrow.

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Image:


Harry Cory Wright
Praa Sands,  2006
C print
Image size: 27 x 33 in / 68 x 85 cm
Paper size: 33 x 39 in / 83 x 100 cm
Edition of 7

Landscape photography exhibition ‘From the Road Again’ is finally up in the gallery and looks stunning.  The exhibition opens this evening and will run through 7th June.  Be sure to stop by to see the work of Rob Carter, Harry Cory Wright, Gerry Fox, Rick Giles, Jonathan Glynn-Smith, Jane Hilton, Dede Johnston, Peter Newman and David Yarrow.

Image:

Harry Cory Wright

Praa Sands,  2006

C print

Image size: 27 x 33 in / 68 x 85 cm

Paper size: 33 x 39 in / 83 x 100 cm

Edition of 7

More images from our forthcoming landscape photograph exhibition ‘From the Road Again’ which opens next Thursday night 10th April at Eleven.

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Images from top to bottom:

 

 

Jonathan Glynn-Smith

Bus Stop, Kerbulak District Kazakhstan, 2012

Giclée photographic print

Image size: 43 ½ x 55 in / 110 x 140 cm

Edition of 10

 

 

 

Rob Carter

Travelling Still, Coral Reef II, Barbados, 2005

Hand print on Cibachrome paper

51 x 51 in / 130 x 130 cm

Edition of 3 

 

 

Jane Hilton

Truck Inn, Nevada, 2006

C-Type hand print

Paper size: 16 x 20 in / 41 x 51 cm

Edition  of 10

 

 

Dede Johnston

Crossroads IV, 2013

Lambda fine art print

40 x 50 in / 102 x 127 cm

Edition of 5

Eleven is pleased to present landscape photography exhibition From the Road Again featuring Rob Carter, Harry Cory Wright, Gerry Fox, Rick Giles, Jonathan Glynn-Smith, Jane Hilton, Dede Johnston, Peter Newman and David Yarrow. The exhibition highlights each artists unique perspective of the environments which inspire them.

From natural phenomenon to towering urban structures, the photographs featured convey a strong sense of location. Carefully considering their environments, these artists vividly capture an experience of being in a place. Their personal and evocative relationship with the space around them is articulated, revealing atmospheres from wonderment or adventure to solitude and isolation.

The artists employ diverse photographic techniques to capture the landscapes they discover. Newman adapts a vintage wide angle lens to fit his high-tech digital camera whereas Fox gently blurs the boundaries between photography and video delicately bringing a landscape to life. Equally, Cory Wright utilises a large format camera to precisely capture the fine details of a place where conversely Carter allows the exposure from a rotating lens to deconstruct the landscape, reducing the image to threads of colour and light. Glynn-Smith and Hilton immerse themselves into documentary studies of landscape resulting in an intimate portrayal of culture as well as setting.

This exhibition reflects the endless potential presented by a landscape to an artist. Here these possibilities are represented by a clear environmental awareness, expressed through a combination of the epic prospective as well as carefully observed minutia offered by a scene. 

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Images

Peter Newman, London St. Mary’s Axe, 2013, C-print, mounted in wooden frame, 48 in / 122 cm diameter, Edition of 5 plus 1 artist proof

Rob Carter, Travelling Still, Motel, Las Vegas, 2005, Hand print on Cibachrome paper, 51 x 51 in / 130 x 130 cm, Edition of 3 

Rick Giles, Erasing the Past, 2012, C print, Image size: 30 x 40 in / 76 x 102 cm, Frame size: 33 ½ x 43 in / 85 x 110 cm, Edition of 3 plus 1 artist proof

Dede Johnston, Off the Beaten Path, 2013, Lambda fine art print, 40 x 50 in / 102 x 127 cm, Edition of 5

Jane Hilton, Fence, Laramie, 2006, C-type hand print, Paper size: 23 x 28 in / 58.5 x 71 cm, Edition  of 10

Natasha Law’s newest print ‘Back in Green’ has been flying off the shelves.  Our special publishing price of £120 runs through 31st March before it increases to £150 thereafter so be sure to get yours soon!
The print can be ordered directly from our website:
http://elevenfineart.com/?pageid=7

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Natasha Law
Back in Green, 2014 Silkscreen print with foiled detail on Somerset Satin White 300 gsm paper  Paper size: 29.5 x 17 cm  Limited edition of 100 plus 15 artist proofs  Signed and numbered on the front by the artist

Natasha Law’s newest print ‘Back in Green’ has been flying off the shelves.  Our special publishing price of £120 runs through 31st March before it increases to £150 thereafter so be sure to get yours soon!

The print can be ordered directly from our website:

http://elevenfineart.com/?pageid=7

Natasha Law

Back in Green, 2014
Silkscreen print with foiled detail on Somerset Satin White 300 gsm paper
Paper size: 29.5 x 17 cm
Limited edition of 100 plus 15 artist proofs
Signed and numbered on the front by the artist

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