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GERMANE solo Exhibition @ the Park Hyatt Canberra ,

120 Commonwealth Avenue Canberra ACT  canberrapark.hyatt.com Exhibiting in the Ballroom foyer & the Canberra room from the 28th September to the 28th February 2019 for more info please visit my blogs page. Dates and time open to general public and closing Event which held on Saturday 23rd of February 2019.

GERMANE GOING LIVE ON ARTSOUND.FM Radio CANBERRA interviewing CLARE MCSHANAG about GERMANE exhibit ClareFotografie’s Artwork which amazing experience

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Manuka Arts Centre
cnr NSW Crescent & Manuka Circle
Griffith ACT 2603
02-62957444
Canberra 92.7MHz Tuggeranong Valley 90.3MHz
Streaming online via artsound.fm

 

 

Artist Statement

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I make my Art to channel my inner and outer awareness as an expression of creation and colour -­‐ spilling out into image. My vision is to convert my passion into a medium that ignites a very fuelling and awakening experience for the eyes of the beholder. My inspiration is life and movement: -­‐ to be able to capture life as dynamic moments -­‐ a picture conveying a vigorous story, with all its undertones, highlights and shadows. “I feel I have a true blessing to see through my eyes”. The representation of my work is art reflecting life; capturing the true character and colour of life. A germane visual explosion -­‐ relevant to life, to our human-­‐ ness. My work is very personal; I would have you look closer into the image to the fine detail that unfolds upon each viewing. Dark and beautiful at the same time -­‐ a mixture of surreal and the abstract. Photographs that are distorted yet still discernable. Visible, soft, natural, yet a sharp edge. Intermittent encounter between the viewer and myself. I want us to be on a rollercoaster together. Beginning the visual process is to document a moment, research my point of subject. This will then take me into how I can expand the story with 3 to 4 different angles into a photograph. Abstraction becomes apparent, my ability as a technician with a camera shines -­‐ I feel at my rawest state. So my artwork is of its purist form. I want to enable an interactive experience with a conscious intent to attract deeper thoughts, exposing mixed memories and imagination from a visual pleasure. “The Camera’s eyes are window to the soul