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.
new work – seascape
Eternal…. Four image panorama.
Bass Strait, Mornington Peninsula
Available for purchase “here”
These are the latest images in my photo gallery. They are available for purchase by clicking on the image.
Many more images available at www.galleriamancuso.com
You can also view and purchase my work at redbubble.
My 2010 fine art calendars are now available for purchase. Choose from the many themes available or custom make your very own from any of my images in my gallery. Simply choose one for the cover and one for each month, email me the names and in what order, and I’ll custom make one exclusivly for you.
All calendars are printed on an HP Indigo 5000 (for those who haven’t heard, this is the digital press). Each page is a matte coated print on 170gsm pages. The cover shows your choice of image on heavier 300gsm paper. Your calendars have a hanger and white wire binding. Calendars are satin-coated prints on high quality art paper. They’re A3 size (that’s 297x420mm, or 11.69×16.54″)
And once the year has ended, you’ll have 12 great works of art to frame or do with as you please.
For these and many more go to www.galleriamancuso.com
Here’s a small sample of some of my monotone works.
All of these images are available for larger view and to purchase here.
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.