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The Good, The Bad, and The Ass – David Yarrow
11Sep

The Good, The Bad, and The Ass – David Yarrow

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE ASS Namib Desert, Namibia 2017 One of my favourite art quotes is from the legendary American photographer Diane Arbus: “A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you, the less you know.” I enjoy telling stories and am influenced by

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Hairspray – David Yarrow
11Sep

Hairspray – David Yarrow

HAIRSPRAY Dinokeng, South Africa 2017 Words by Kevin Richardson (“The Lion Whisperer”) There is no doubt that the lion is one of the most culturally significant animals for humankind and has been depicted throughout the world for millennia. In Egypt the sphinx has the body of a lion, which was

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78 Degrees North – David Yarrow
01Aug

78 Degrees North – David Yarrow

78 DEGREES NORTH Svalbard, Norway 2017 I should start by saying that I have generally been disappointed by my own work with polar bears in Svalbard. I haven’t tended to do them or their habitat justice. This is a “Giants’ Kingdom” and my images from previous trips have been too

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Emperor of the North – David Yarrow
01Aug

Emperor of the North – David Yarrow

THE EMPEROR OF THE NORTH Svalbard, Norway 2017 What adjectives best describe an adult male polar bear? This question is often the start of a cognitive process that bends back and prompts me in my deliberations as to how to take an animal’s portrait in a way that does it

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Rush – David Yarrow
01Aug

Rush – David Yarrow

RUSH Svalbard, Norway 2017 This was not a normal Thursday morning and the adrenaline was high throughout this brief encounter a day’s sailing south of Longyearbyen in Svalbard. This was a seriously big bear. As with all head on images of alpha predators like this – three factors are key

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Primeval – David Yarrow
01Aug

Primeval – David Yarrow

PRIMEVAL Alaska 2017 I don’t tend to seek decisive moment images – I prefer serenity over intensity and a preconception based on action is difficult to linearly follow through to its conception. This is simply because action in the wild is a “crap shoot”. If it happens it happens, but

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The Fisher King – David Yarrow
01Aug

The Fisher King – David Yarrow

FISHER KING Alaska 2017 Over the years, I have spent many days working close to grizzlies in Alaska and this is surely my most visually arresting photograph. The intimacy is courtesy of a well-positioned camera and a 28 mm wide angle lens. The bear was big, primeval and menacing, and

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The Happy Bear – David Yarrow
01Aug

The Happy Bear – David Yarrow

THE HAPPY BEAR Alaska 2017 Everything in this dynamic image works – the light, the shape of the bear and most of all, his facial expression. At this one moment in time, he looks so happy just being a bear. And so he should – the water is bursting with

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Ron Greene – The Art of Changing Perceptions
10Jul

Ron Greene – The Art of Changing Perceptions

Artist Ron Greene creates a window into his ongoing exploration of the world through abstract drawings and photographs. By capturing fragile moments, Ron’s drawings offer his viewer the potential to gaze inside their own subconscious. His art forges a link between observation and reality, demonstrating the ways in which technology

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Cecilia Arrospide – The Art of Painting for Pleasure
05Jul

Cecilia Arrospide – The Art of Painting for Pleasure

Drawing inspiration from the graceful landscapes of her homeland, Peruvian artist Cecilia Arrospide gives the viewer a glimpse into her vibrant world. Cecilia’s expertise includes colorful collages, abstract paintings, and black-and-white ink drawings. With a deep love and deft perception of color, Cecilia creates immersive artwork that reflects her motto

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