Steve Parish To Open Crows Nest Gallery Exhibition, Sunday April 13

A photographer who has seen and photographed some of Australia’s most remote locations and unique flora and fauna is the special guest at a contemporary photography exhibition opening at the Crows Nest Regional Art Gallery this weekend.
Steve ParishRenowned Australian nature photographer and publisher Steve Parish will open Angle of View from 1.30pm on Sunday, April 13. Crows Nest Regional Art Gallery is participating in the annual Queensland Festival of Photography 5 run by the Queensland Centre of Photography. Please RSVP to attend the official opening by calling the Gallery on 4698 1687.

Angle of View presents four perspectives by four contemporary photographers who work in diverse genres of photography, while applying various techniques, both traditional and alternative. These four series of works range from contemplative, majestic landscapes and abstract aerial views, to digital explorations in intangible qualities, and the notion of personal identity in the family unit.

The exhibition of contemporary works by Queensland-based photographers will be displayed until May 4th.

Anna Gee is a recent Bachelor of Photography graduate from Griffith University, QCA;
David Nielsen is a photo-journalist who was awarded a prize in the prestigious 2013 Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award;
Greg Harm is known for his alternative digital explorations and has a wealth of photographic knowledge having worked for Steve Parish publishing for many years, and
Judi Neumann has photographed landscapes and the natural world in various locations around the world and has received a number of local awards.

Crows Nest Regional Art Gallery generally is open Tuesday to Saturday 10.30am-3.30pm and from 11.30am to 3.30pm on Sunday. Patrons are advised to phone 4698 1687 in advance to ensure the community art space is open.

Submitted by:
Angus Moffatt
Media Relations Officer
Stakeholder Engagement and Communication
Toowoomba Regional Council

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