Gallery news & updates:
NEW ARTISTS We are thrilled to be working with the incredibly talented duo, Francisco Diaz (USA) and Deb Young (New Zealand) of the International Collaboration Project. Their photo-montages have been described as “disturbingly beautiful” and their uniqueness has given rise to the designation “cinematic narrative photo-montages.” Learn all about this incredibly creative team on the gallery’s site and read the press recent release.
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SEUNG HOON PARK, SOUTH KOREA A great slideshow was created by Yahoo News Canada featuring S. Korean photographer, Sueng Hoon Park showing 18 of his woven tapestries. His work is truly unique and should not be missed.
EIKOH HOSOE, JAPAN A large collection of photographs by famed Japanese photographer Eikoh Hosoe have been added to the website. Please be sure to visit the pages and view all of the works from Embrace, Ordeal By Roses, Kamatachi, Simon, A Private Landscape, Gaudi Ceilings and a selection of images from the artist’s workshops.
VINTAGE WORKS We have a new classification under the artists’ pages on the website which reads: Vintage Works for Sale. The images which will be found under this category will be ‘ones of’ only, older prints, and in some cases may truly be vintage, but in most cases, will not be vintage as the name suggests, but earlier prints being offered from private collections for resale. There will always be a variety of artist’s works found under this category. Currently there are images by Max Yavno, Jerry N. Uelsmann, Andre Kertesz, George Tice, Robert Doisneau, Ansel Adams, Irving Penn and newly added work by New Mexico photographer, Betty Hahn.
TALENT DRIVING THE O.C. ART SCENE We were thrilled to be featured in Riviera Magazine’s Arts & Power Issue in the article “Talent Driving the O.C. Art Scene”. Check it out.