I will begin featuring one of my galleries on a weekly basis. This week’s feature is the “land and seascape” gallery. Works are sourced from around Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula, Point Cook and surrounds and Beijing, China.
I’ve added a whole lot of new work into the galleries. Here are just a few.
like a rainbow…..
A reflective view of the NAB (National Australia Bank) building at Docklands, Melbourne, Australia. In the “creative reality” gallery.
This was taken at the Forbidden City, Beijing, China. In the “simple by design” gallery.
I was playing around with some nails and a macro filter on my lens. In the “mostly monotone” gallery.
Cape Schanck lighthouse, Mornington Peninsula, Australia. In the “land & seascapes” gallery.
This is from a series of images I did on this theme. More can be seen in the “simple by design” gallery.
A quick update on a few things happening in the galleria.
My image “on yer bike” won a rebubble challenge in the Nikon D80 User group called “two wheels”
Plus some new work.
Cleansed…..was taken during my trip to Beijing in 2008. This is inside the Forbidden city.
The note…. was taken aboard a train in Beijing.
All work available at www.galleriamancuso.com
I’ve been busy lately working on some new images for the galleries. Here are just a few examples of what I’ve been up to.
late one afternoon…..
Taken in the fantastic hills at Cape Schanck, Mornington Peninsula, Australia. I’ve added two extra images for colour and texture.
An empty parking lot at Docklands, Melbourne. Saturated colours and second image texture added for colour and effect.
Taken on a moving train in Beijing, China.
These are just a few of my newest images. Please go to the galleries to see more.
These are my latest images in my gallery and are all available for purchase by clicking on the image.
breathing – white
breathing – black
These works and many more available at www.galleriamancuso.com
From my series on Chinese images, these miniature replica statues are of China’s famous Terracotta Army. The original’s are life size and number around 8000. They were buried underground at the entrance of China’s first Emperor, Qinshihuang’s tomb to protect him in the afterlife. They were modeled on actual citizens of the time and no two are the same.
“the emperor’s army”
These two images compliment each other and are available for sale here.
Hi there, just letting you know I’ve added two new images to the galleries.