I was recently asked for samples of some of my images from across Canada for a unique project, so here is a compilation from my travels from the last few years.
A few photos I managed to take in between conversations during the Opening Reception at Motion Gallery Eau Claire Market in Calgary. Most of the photos were taken late in the evening after most people had left. We had a really wonderful time. Thank you to the staff at Motion Gallery for the great night!
A friend recently asked me what images I had of Ontario. While I lived in Ontario I was a bit earlier on in my photography hobby, and the first few years I was using film. But digging through my 120,000 plus images, I was able to locate a few.
A few long exposure images of the Inglis Falls waterfall as it tumbles over the Niagara Escarpment and a short hike in the surrounding conservation area.
I’m very excited about being one of the featured artists at Motion Gallery in Calgary for the month of May! The gallery is a not for profit organization for emerging artists, and is located at the Eau Claire Market in downtown Calgary. For this show I ordered some new prints, including this one from a London Underground station that I had printed on metal. I’ve not tried this medium before, but it really works well for some images. It feels like the lights in the picture are really shining!
Detail shot of the metal print.
We dropped off quite a load of images and I look forward to seeing the display. If you are in Calgary this month, please stop by Motion Gallery and check it out!
Thanks to El Nino, spring has come a bit early this year in central Alberta. (more…)