Okay, okay…

26 11 2014

…notwithstanding that we did declare that ‘we are done’, perhaps it’s not inconceivable to imagine that we might pull the odd Nellie Melba when we deem instances to be worthy enough…

…like news from Jas…

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Paul Sutton Conduits of the Invisible now showing at jas hugonnet gallery

                                               www.hugonnet.com.au      ph 0417 235 916





From Jas…

17 03 2012

Paul Sutton

After the Rain  

jas hugonnet gallery www.hugonnet.com.au

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Sutton’s work focuses on the art of seeing, recording his experience of being in the world and creating evocative viewing encounters.

This collection began with the simple premise of making photographs after the rain, when the roads become mirrors, and the gutters shorelines.

After many forays into the drenched streets Sutton’s attention was drawn to fallen graphics, drops of light, and other washed up surprises.

The works that form After the Rain evoke the feeling of being outside when the air, charged with negative ions, presides over a wet and rejuvenated scene.

Now showing March 15 to June 15

to view the collection please click

http://www.hugonnet.com.au/nowshowing.php

To arrange an appointment to view or for media images, please call 0417 235 916 or contact the gallery via the website.





On the Virtual rounds…

12 02 2011

Paul Sutton

the forgotten language of light

now showing

jas hugonnet gallery www.hugonnet.com.au

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Following a hiatus that included a Masters, a heart attack and a move to the digital format, Sutton returns to the realm of exhibiting. A recent trip to India, in particular Rajasthan, is the inspiration behind the forgotten language of light. Sutton’s compositions are intriguing, transforming subject matter within the context of the photograph. The self described Secretary of the Invisible turns his lens to the ordinary, exposing life up close between horizontal and vertical reference points. The key to Sutton’s work is a spatial one and it admits the viewer via surfaces, imagined paths and unattainable space beyond.

To arrange an appointment to view or for media images, please contact the gallery via the website link above

Image: Paul Sutton, Stahnarha 2010