Category Archives: Photographers

photo sculptures by letha wilson

“I think the interesting thing about photography is you’re trying to capture that moment because you want to hold onto it, this vision, this view you see that’s encompassing you, so you’re using photography as an attempt to capture, but then there’s something interesting when you look at that photograph in a different place and time; it conveys another place, a third meaning. That’s what I’m trying to do with my work, using physical or structural components to bring that third element in so it’s not really here nor there, and make it more present at the moment of viewing. I think it fills a gap. I’m really drawn to sculpture, and as a viewer I think it has a lot of possibilities and potential, so I’m really trying to mix the physical presence of an artwork with an image.” –  Letha Wilson 2011


Altogether At Once | © Letha Wilson 2011


Vertical Horizon | © Letha Wilson 2011


Angled Aspens | © Letha Wilson 2011


Sunset Airplane | © Letha Wilson 2009


Rockface | © Letha Wilson 2011


Two by Four | © Letha Wilson 2011


Hug Grand Tentons | © Letha Wilson 2011



my new favourite person

Axel Hütte is a German contemporary landscape photographer. Hütte is part of a generation of German photographers that includes Thomas Struth, Thomas Ruff, and Andreas Gursky, who have been influential in the creation of this unique photographic aesthetic. His photographs follow a strict objective approach devoid of narrative and yet evoke emotive qualities with poetic sensibility.


Bryant Park | © Axel Hütte Date unknown


Ingelheim | © Axel Hütte 2009


Niederwald | © Axel Hütte 2009


Title unknown | © Axel Hütte Date unknown


Caesars Palace en Las Vegas | © Axel Hütte 2009


Elfenweiher | © Axel Hütte 2004


Sandia Mountains, USA| © Axel Hütte Date unknown


Underworld, New Mexico | © Axel Hütte 2008

i remember a time once…

How can one explore the poetic beauty of adolescent angst, of lost innocence, of a tumultuous existence without being controversial? More art should be beautifully controversial.


Untitled #75 | © Bill Henson 2000 - 2003


Untitled #3 | © Bill Henson 1998 - 2000


Untitled #66 | © Bill Henson 2000 - 2003


Untitled #72 | © Bill Henson 2000 - 2003


Untitled #95 | © Bill Henson 2000 - 2003


Untitled #68 | © Bill Henson 1998 - 2000



Although these two Queensland based artists, Yavuz Erkan and Alix Perry, are engaging with different ideas I am interested in their use of self-portraiture and the interaction with objects. These absurd and yet playful gestures reveal a tension between the self and society highlighting the construction of gender.


Yavuz Erkan – Unorthodox Aphorisms


Bubble Gum from Unorthodox Aphorisms | © Yavuz Erkan 2011


Airline Socks from Unorthodox Aphorisms | © Yavuz Erkan 2011


Saliva from Unorthodox Aphorisms | © Yavuz Erkan 2011


Milk from Unorthodox Aphorisms | © Yavuz Erkan 2011


Alix Perry – I sowed a seed…


Under Pressure from I sowed a seed... | © Alix Perry 2010


Self-portrait (Loves Shadow) from I sowed a seed... | © Alix Perry 2010


to the core to the core from I sowed a seed... | © Alix Perry 2010


Nesting from I sowed a seed... | © Alix Perry 2010

riitta päiväläinen

Whimsical, sculptural, emotive and eerie are some words to describe the work of Finnish photographer Riitta Päiväläinen who is fascinated by the presence of unwritten history, particularly that which shrouds second hand clothes.  Päiväläinen combines my love for cold landscapes and installations made of cloth.


Nest, Structura | © Riitta Päiväläinen 2005


Vaults, Vestige | © Riitta Päiväläinen 2005


Camouflag II | © Riitta Päiväläinen 2005 Shelter, Vestige | © Riitta Päiväläinen 2005


Imaginary Meeting V | © Riitta Päiväläinen 2005


Papaver Somniferum | © Riitta Päiväläinen 2006



tim macpherson

Having just added my For Sale cubby houses to the website I feel Tim MacPherson‘s photographs would tie in nicely.


Untitled | © Time MacPherson


Untitled | © Time MacPherson

Untitled | © Time MacPherson

nicholas hughes

I was recently directed to the work of British photographer Nicholas Hughes. His minimalist photographs flit between the romantic and gothic but are always poetic. The reference to poetry is explicit as each series is separated into Verses. I am particularly drawn to Hughes’ use of colour in these almost monochromatic photographs and to his use of motion blur.


Image #1 from Edge, Verse II | © Nicholas Hughes 2007


Image 1 from Field VIII | © Nicholas Hughes 2009


Image #13 from In Darkness, Visible, Verse I | © Nicholas Hughes 2007