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2016 – The Shark Bay Exhibition

29 Nov 2013 at 12:06pm

2016 – The Shark Bay Exhibition

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So what is this 2016 thing all about. Well, it is an exhibition and project the ND5 boys are putting together the final result being a celebration of our photography coinciding with the 400 year anniversary of the first landing by the Dutch in Shark Bay.

2016 – Inscriptions is the first exhibition and is an aerial expose of the amazing Shark Bay World Heritage Area.

We have some of the biggest names in landscape photography in Australia involved including Peter Eastway, Tony Hewitt (current Australian Photographer of the year), Les Walkling, Michael Fletcher and of course me. Notice I save the best for last!!!

This is some of our best work to date after three years of travelling together and putting on Exhibitions. Well worth a look and maybe a purchase as these limited edition exclusive prints will be collectors items, ………..after we are dead anyway!

So here are the important details-

Opening night 9th of December 6-8pm.
Exhibition from the 5th – 31st of December.
Linton & Kay Galleries.
The Old Perth Technical School.
1/137 St Georges Tce, Perth.

RSVP is essential, you can not just rock up. There is a licence for only 350 people so you must email perth@lintonandkay.com.au

All the boys will be there to talk about there work and answer any question on a technical or artistic note. The opening night will also feature a preview of Michaels documentary of the making of  “2016 – Inscriptions”

If you are in other states, don’t worry we are planing of touring this exhibition with the first date being in Bribane in February 2014. We are also talking about a one day seminar as we haven’t done anything there yet.

See you on opening night, don’t forget the date, the 9th of December, and don’t forget to book your spot.

 

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4 comments

  1. Steven f says:

    Look forward to the Brisvegas event… Hope it all goes well.

  2. Paul Brooker says:

    Hi, I was at the opening last night and would like to congratulate you all on the amazing images, I think the way this type of photography captures texture and colour is both incredible and unexpected to a certain extent, whenever flying to asia I always like going over this area as is it so interesting, but you have taken that to a new level. The detail in the images just keeps you looking and discovering new elements.
    Top stuff!

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