Photography Monthly magazine interview

March 5, 2013

(c) Photography Monthly Magazine / Paul J Coghlin

Over here in the UK, the March 2013 edition of Photography Monthly magazine has a five-page interview feature on “Petalum“, illustrated with many images from the from the thirty-print botanical series.  In addition to the flowers, the article also includes a number of my personal favourite images from recent years.

Available, as they say, from all good UK bookshops and newsagents.


“Petalum” exhibition, 1 February – 4 March 2013

February 5, 2013

PTL009 Pink Rose, Study III  (c) Paul J Coghlin

My new botanical series – “Petalum” – is currently on show until 4th March 2013 at the new “Fine & Contemporary” Gallery in Clare, Suffolk, UK.

The thirty monochrome prints feature a wide range of flowers and plants: from the beautifully sculpted Aqua Rose, to the crêpe paper petals of a field poppy, to the more exotic-looking Black Parrot tulip.

The series’ style hints at a more classical period in photography, but with a contemporary feel: capturing the fine detail inherent in each flower, but also the subtleties of light, shade, texture and tone.

The exhibition details:

1 February – 4 March 2013

Fine & Contemporary Gallery, Well Lane, Clare, Suffolk, UK  CO10 8NH

Mon, Thurs, Fri, Sat 10.00am-5.00pm;  Sunday 1.00pm – 5.00pm  (Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday)

Please click here to visit the Petalum series website.