My latest gallery to be featured is the “waterworks” gallery. Everything to do with water can be found in this gallery, sea, boating, animals, beach, macro work is all in there. A lot of the images were taken around the Docklands area in Melbourne, Australia, others around the Mornington Peninsula. Click on the image below to see the full collection on my website, http://www.galleriamancuso.com
My 2012 calendar range is now ready and available for purchase. Fourteen themes to choose from or mix and match my images to create your own.
Follow the links here and here to find one to suit you. They make fantastic Christmas gifts.
It’s been a while since I sent out an update so here’s a little of what’s new at galleria mancuso.
I’ve added many new images to all the galleries, some really moody and atmospheric works. Have a browse through and let me know what you think. Just click on the image below.
I’ve also created a new gallery which is exclusively pictures taken with my iphone and processed using instagram.
Check it out here.
My 2011 calendar series is still available and I’ll be taking orders soon for 2012. Let me know if you’re interested. You can choose from the 9 ready made themes or select any of my images in the image galleries to custom make your own.
They’re A3 in size and printed on 200gsm satin art paper and wire bound for easy hanging with one page per month.
Priced at just AU$26.95 they make a great gift for Christmas. Great savings on bulk orders too. Please contact me for details.
Also, If you live in Melbourne, some of my work is now on permanent display at Pekish restaurant. My friend owns it so tell Dave I sent you and he’ll look after you
You can also keep up to date on facebook and twitter.
Please contact me for further details.
A number of my works are currently on display at Pekish Restaurant as part of the Hobsons Bay Council’s “Art in Public Places Exhibitions” 15 works in total plus a number of other prints located around the bar.
Art in Public Places is held in a number of venues around Melbourne’s West and is now in its 7th year. Please check out the website for locations near you.
The exhibition runs from 8th March to 17th April 2011.
To view my works head to Pekish 1 Mason St, Newport, Melbourne.
I discovered a wonderful new world of macro water photography recently while washing my car. The fine water spray coming to rest on the roof and windows caught my eye as they glistened in the sun.
Here are some of the results.
I kind of got carried away with the photographing and as a result, the car is still dirty! All images are available for purchase by clicking on the image and following the prompts or simply by contacting me.
I thought I might post some before and after shots that might interest you.
The first was taken from a moving train in Beijing. I spotted the buildings and thought they looked interesting. The original shot is nothing special as you can see here.
I cropped a lot out of this image, converted to mono and added a second texture image for mood. I also cloned out distracitng buildings and ended up with (what I think) looks like something from an old Eastern block country.
The second shot was also taken in Beijing at the Forbidden City. The original has lots of distractions in it including people, light posts and tunnels.
First I converted the image into square format, removed the posts, people and tunnels, filled in the holes and added texture and colour layers to create some mood and atmosphere.
I enjoy reworking otherwise ordinary images, changing their original appearance to make them more appealing.
Both of the reworked images are available for purchase in the “image galleries” inside the “simple by design” and “urban art” galleries.
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.
These and many more new images are in the galleries. Please take a look through. All work available at www.galleriamancuso.com