Maud Creative, a contemporary fine-art gallery located in Newstead, is currently hosting two exciting exhibitions this Winter, Transit-ory by AIPP Master Photographer Jannick Clausen and Death Valley by Richard Muldoon.
Both of these exhibitions are FREE to view and are now open till Saturday, 15th August 2015.
Transit-ory is located in Gallery I.
Jannick Clausen is a professional photographer with an established commercial business in Brisbane, specialising in weddings, portraits and fine art photography.
He was a finalist in the landscape category in the Epson Queensland Professional Photography Awards in 2013 and in the following year achieved Master of Photography status by receiving two gold and two silver awards at the 2014 Australian Professional Photography Awards.
In his latest exhibition, Jannick develops upon his interest in nature and in particular, patterns in the landscape. The result is a beautiful collection of images, that simultaneously explore motion and stillness.
"A magical landscape of another world is born in a fleeting moment. Frozen in time and only visible to those who pause to imagine. Imprinted in our memories forever, escaping the reality through the infrared channel of dreams."
Co-exhibiting alongside Transit-ory is Death Valley in Gallery II.
Richard Muldoon is an award-winning Brisbane based artist working in the mediums of painting and photography, and was recently awarded the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) 2015 Epson Queensland Professional Photographer of the Year.
This latest exhibition showcases a series of photographs taken in Death Valley; the hottest, driest location in the United States. In this harsh environment, Richard was able to focus on the unique landscape and capture a poetic serenity.
The images are striking, vivid and dramatic, with some scenes unusually including the tourists who frequent the location. Richard's award winning photographic landscape series of four images is also included in this exhibition.
Both exhibitions will run at Maud Creative Gallery until Saturday, 15th August 2015. The gallery is open to the public Wednesday to Friday 10am-5pm and Saturday 11am-4pm.
For more information please visit www.maud-creative.com