After 6 months (including a 3 month extension) my Bad Driburg exhibition is now closed.
Framed and unframed prints can still be purchased by contacting me through the ‚Contact‘ page on this website.
Many thanks to all who went to see the exhibition, purchased prints, or gave feedback on my work.
I’ve just released a new range of fine art, handmade gift- & postcards.
The range was specifically designed and released for the Leopoldstal area, a tourism destination in the Eggegebirge of Germany.
It was initiated by a local business offering accomodation and fine foods.
The cards are produced using the finest Giclée materials available.
Their purpose is to show the beauty of area in a fresh light, showcasing it to current and potential visitors.
Soon the cards will be followed by A4 sized fine art prints for framing.
Here is a view of the selection of images printed on the cards:
While my first exhibition in Germany is still hanging on the walls, my 2nd exhibition has been confirmed, and will take place in Coesfeld.
That’s great news for me as I thoroughly enjoyed putting the first exhibition together.
While thematically the 1st exhibition is focused on images taken around the Bad Driburg area, the new exhibition will take a wider approach.
Here images of people and landscapes will mingle without a geographical link.
The overall impression of the show will be that of ‚Lebensfreude‘, the German word for ‚zest for life‘.
The preliminary date for the opening is the 01 December 2013.
Further details will be released closer to the date.
After three months of planning, photographing, post-producing and framing, my first German exhibition of 11, A2 size, Giclée photographs has opened in Bad Driburg, Germany.
I’d like to thank the fantastic people of the ‚Katholische Hospitalvereinigung Weser-Egge‘ for the co-operation and help in making the exhibition come together.
Special mention go to Herr Spieß (CEO/Geschaeftsleitung), Herr Dr. med. Marcus Ruebsam (Medical Director/Aerztlicher Direktor), Herr Schmale (Head of Administration/Verwaltungsleiter) und Herr Zug (Technical department/Techniker).
Not only does the exhibition look great on the walls, it was immensely satisfying to work with above mentioned people.
The exhibition can be viewed at the St. Josef Hospital, Elmarstrasse 38, 33014 Bad Driburg, Germany.
All prints are for sale at €299 (+ freight) for framed prints, and €199 (+ freight) for prints only.
I only use archival printing materials and framing methods, so all prints are produced and mounted using conservation quality materials, processes and methods.
Orders can be placed by sending a message from my ‚Kontakt‘ page, or by filling in the available order form at the hospital and mailing it to me.
Alternatively, you can download the order form from the link below:
1) Right-click the download link, then click ‚Save Link As‘.
You will be prompted to choose a download location on your computer (such as your desktop or ‚Downloads‘ folder). Click ‚Save‘ and the file will be downloaded to your chosen location.
2) Click the download link. This will open the file in your browser. From there you can save the file to your chosen location on your computer.
To order you will need to open the downloaded ‚Order Form / Bestellform‘ file in ‚Adobe Reader‘ (or equivalent), fill it in and email it back to me.