Scott Everingham is a Canadian artist who’s exhibited both nationally and internationally. Receiving a MFA from the University of Waterloo and an BFA from NSCAD University. His painting are extremely expressive and abstract yet the content matter (which tend to be landscapes) is ever present.
Photographer Andrew Lyman has a beautiful series entitled “Fleeted Happenings”. Lyman that shoots portraits of people who appear like ghostly figures on earthy landscapes. Lyman’s says his collection explores “the transcendence of memory through time in relation to space.”
Camereon is a Wałbrzych based photographer. Camereon composes captivating photographs of deserted and abandoned places. His work plays with perspective, symmetry and a great sense of light. His explorations invite viewers to reflect on the relationship between the time and the space of the location.
Michael Wolf was born in Germany and was raised in the United States, Europe, and Canada. In 1976 he obtained a degree in visual communication at the University of Essen, Germany, where he studied with Otto Steinert. In his Architecture of Density series, Wolf takes a look at how the urban landscape is itself powerful imagery.
Christian Aslund is a Swedish photographer based in Stockholm. Working in a variety of practices in the photography field, from editorial photography to commercial photography, Aslund loves to tell stories through his work.
The wait can last for up to eight hours. Using his large format 4×5 camera, 33 year-old Sydney photographer Samuel Burns hides under a dark cloth to carefully compose his image on a ground glass, seeing the image up-side-down and back-to-front he utilises old fashioned dials and movements such as rise, tilt and shift to adjust and refine his composure. Everything needs to be painstakingly perfect. The wait begins once the film is carefully loaded.