My underwater photography solo exhibition Coral Lands opens at @saint_cloche in two weeks!! This is me signing ‘Lucid Orchid Dream’ before it went off to the framer. 68.5 x 100.3cm, limited edition of 7 + 2AP, Archival pigment print on cotton rag.
If you’re in Sydney on Wednesday the 20th of June, I would love to see your faces on opening night from 6-8pm. Come join me for a drink 🍷
Saint Cloche, 37 McDonald St, Paddington, NSW.
Exhibition runs from 20th June - 1st July.
For the full Catalogue, email email@example.com
Download PDF - https://saintcloche.com/…/CoralLands_SaintCloche_Cat_v2a.pdf
Coral has long been a source of fascination and mystery for early philosophers and scientists. Theophrastus, Aristotle’s pupil included them in both his book on stones, and in his Enquiries on Plants describing them as “large stony plants that reveal bright flowers when under water.” .
Pliny the elder described coral as being “neither animals nor plants, but are possessed of a third nature.”
Printing by Thirds Fine Art Printing
Coral kindly supplied by James at Hifin Aquarium
Florals supplied by Vasette