Philip Bell

After a long career teaching media at Australian universities, Philip has found time to exhibit his sometimes abstract images of diverse landscapes and landforms taken from North America, Britain and far-flung reaches of Australia. As well as exhibiting his limited edition photographs at Sydney galleries and in ‘Head-On,  he has published several articles of photojournalism on Australian geographical regions, including the Murray-Darling Basin, the Blue Mountains, and Lake Mungo. He is director of the Corner Gallery Stanmore. Philip Bell has exhibited photographs of Australian landscapes in Sydney and Copenhagen, and has published several articles of photojournalism on Australian geographical regions. “I photograph nature, aware of the threat from climate change and human degradation that Australian landforms confront. I use quite long exposure and low light settings because I don’t mind a soft image, one that is pushed to lose the sheen that I associate with digital tourism and advertising imagery.” Philip Bell Philip’s limited edition photographs of the Landscape and its microcosms around the Warrumbungle National Park and Central Australia reveal the rich palette of the bush and outback and capture its shifting patterns of light. Philip also owns and operates a small independent gallery, The Corner Gallery Stanmore located in Sydney’s Inner West.  For several years he has been exhibiting ‘art’ photographs of Australia; some conventional landscapes and some more abstract interpretations of landforms and water.

As well as exhibiting his limited edition photographs at Sydney galleries and in ‘Head-On,  he has published several articles of photojournalism on Australian geographical regions, including the Murray-Darling Basin, the Blue Mountains, and Lake Mungo. He is director of the Corner Gallery Stanmore.
Philip Bell has exhibited photographs of Australian landscapes in Sydney and Copenhagen, and has published several articles of photojournalism on Australian geographical regions. “I photograph nature, aware of the threat from climate change and human degradation that Australian landforms confront. I use quite long exposure and low light settings because I don’t mind a soft image, one that is pushed to lose the sheen that I associate with digital tourism and advertising imagery.” Philip Bell Philip’s limited edition photographs of the Landscape and its microcosms around the Warrumbungle National Park and Central Australia reveal the rich palette of the bush and outback and capture its shifting patterns of light. Philip also owns and operates a small independent gallery, The Corner Gallery Stanmore located in Sydney’s Inner West.  For several years he has been exhibiting ‘art’ photographs of Australia; some conventional landscapes and some more abstract interpretations of landforms and water.

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‘Eagles Landing Dusk – After Albert’

digital ink-jet prints on archival photo-rag

Limited edition: 1/7

  60cm x 40cm

Unframed

view by request

$300
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