May 122011
 

Well, it’s been a while since my last post; busy times at Jack Lowe Studio and the small matter of a semi-enforced break for a Royal Wedding…anyway, it’s good to be back in the Blogosphere once more.

I’m pleased to announce that four of my very own photographic pieces, Tree Spaces, will be showing at Hoults Yard’s ThinkTank for two nights only (Friday 13th and Saturday 14th May) as part of The Late Shows in and around Newcastle upon Tyne…

'Tree Space 2', Bolam Lake, Northumberland, 2004

'Tree Space 2', Bolam Lake, Northumberland, 2004

You may have seen my previous post a while ago but here’s a reminder for you:

Made at Bolam Lake in 2004, this is the first time I have shown all four of these pieces together.

At 40 inches across, my Tree Spaces turn walls into windows.

I hope the audience enjoys the sensation of ‘being there’ as if standing in the woodland releasing the shutter themselves.

These pieces are for sale individually as Archival Pigment Prints on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm, each in an edition of 25.

As an added bonus, I’m also hoping to show my Calotype of Chris, made using an HP Digital Negative.

I’ll be showing alongside the Aurora-chasing Reed Ingram Weir and renowned street artist, Sickboy.

If you can make it, I’ll look forward to seeing you there…

 

'Chris' by Jack Lowe, 1999, 20x16" Calotype from HP Digital Negative

'Chris' by Jack Lowe, 1999, 20x16" Calotype from HP Digital Negative

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