Bass Coast Artists Society(BCAS) proudly announces their First Annual Photography Exhibition to be held throughout September at the Bass Coast Shire Council Inverloch Community Hub Gallery.
The public is invited to view the over 30 works from seven local photographers.
The photographs, both black and white and color, covering a wide range of subjects and techniques are all for sale.
The official opening will be by Auntie Sonya Weston on Saturday 2nd September from `12 noon
The Gallery is open Weekdays: 9am to 4pm Weekends: 10am to 4pm
Admittance is free.
Below are some of the photographers Biographies
Loch from Above and Above Bena
Emma Turner is an artist based in South Gippsland, predominantly working in photography and watercolour. She has completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts and a Masters of Teaching. She currently works at Korumburra Secondary College teaching art. She is interested in and uses all forms of photography, from 35mm film to drone photography.
Jagged Sunset, Metal in the Mist, Overflow And Racing Clouds
Faith Stanes, local resident of Bass Coast for the last 4 years, has been interested in photography since the age of 12 when she picked up her first camera. Faith has developed her passion and love of landscape-long- exposure- photography over many years.
Darby River Dune Series – Numbers I to VI
Edward Minty, has had a lifelong interest in geology and photography and uses photography to develop a narrative. The Darby River series develops a story of past climate change and aboriginal habitation. Working mostly in black & white attempts to concentrate the graphic designs within the landscape.
Forest Feels, High Tide and Bourne Again
Though Greg Bourke has been a photographer for about seven years he has no set niche. He loves all facets of photography, though landscape/seascape portrait and automotive would have to top his list. Greg shoots a lot of landscapes and seascapes as he is lucky enough to live near both the ocean and rolling hills of the Bass Coast. Water holds a fascination as there are so many ways to capture it.
Emerald Green, Broken Jetty, Warm glow on Old Sticks,
Sunset Gold and Old Milking Shed
Keith Haggett is a fine art landscape photographer whose passion is being out with his camera, chasing that fleeting moment in time when all the elements come together. Light and colour, can be captured, and reinterpreted to create art from a fleeting instant.
Tunnel of Light, Ageing Beautifully, Lush Carpet and Our Dramatic Past
Ian Stevenson, moving from Melbourne two years ago, became beguiled by many aspects of life on the Bass Coast. He uses film photography as well as a variety of drawing and painting mediums to represent and capture the beauty he encounters.