Posts Tagged: water

C. N. Hedeen : ‘Flows’ Series (Photography)

C. N. Hedeen is a self-taught photographer, based in South-western Montana. Producing fine art black and white landscapes for the discriminating collector.

C. N. Hedeen : ‘Flows’ Series (Photography)

C. N. Hedeen is a self-taught photographer, based in South-western Montana. Producing fine art black and white landscapes for the discriminating collector.

Mark Valentine : Photography Series

a selection of abstract and minimal photographs

Mark Valentine : Photography Series

a selection of abstract and minimal photographs

Michael Levin : Photography

Even though Michael Levin was born land-locked under a vast Prairie sky in Winnipeg, Canada, it was not until he moved out to Vancouver that he became engaged with the potential for landscape photography. Perhaps it was simply his need to better understand his new surroundings – water, water, everywhere – that provoked his deeper interest in the way landscape can shape photographic reality.

Michael Levin : Photography

Even though Michael Levin was born land-locked under a vast Prairie sky in Winnipeg, Canada, it was not until he moved out to Vancouver that he became engaged with the potential for landscape photography. Perhaps it was simply his need to better understand his new surroundings – water, water, everywhere – that provoked his deeper interest in the way landscape can shape photographic reality.

Lucie Bourassa : “Lumière d’été” (Photography)

a selection of monochrome, abstract and minimal photographs…

Lucie Bourassa : “Lumière d’été” (Photography)

a selection of monochrome, abstract and minimal photographs…

Shinichi Maruyama : “Kusho” Series (Photography)

The ‘Kusho’ series consists of twenty-three large scale colour photographs that represent the interplay of black ink and water, both in midair and on white surfaces. The phenomenon that Maruyama captures of the two liquids colliding a millisecond before they merge is the result of various actions and devices.

Shinichi Maruyama : “Kusho” Series (Photography)

The ‘Kusho’ series consists of twenty-three large scale colour photographs that represent the interplay of black ink and water, both in midair and on white surfaces. The phenomenon that Maruyama captures of the two liquids colliding a millisecond before they merge is the result of various actions and devices.