October 15, 2013
I’m very pleased to announce that the UK’s Royal Horticultural Society, the RHS, have selected my work as part of this year’s London Shades of Autumn Show, on between 22nd and 23rd October 2013.
Twelve prints from my fine-art “Petalum” series will be on display at the Show, which celebrates all things botanical.
The RHS holds a wide range of large-scale flower shows around the UK each year and the London Shades of Autumn Show will also be featuring show-gardens, trade-stands, nurseries, presentations and exhibitions.
RHS Horticultural Halls, Westminster, London SW1P 2PE.
Tuesday 22 October, 10am-7pm and Wednesday 23 October, 10am-5pm
For further details, please visit the show’s website.
July 4, 2013
I’ve been updating my website a little over the last few weeks and a significant change that has been made is to the homepage address. The new homepage is “www.paulcoghlin.com“, which is shorter and snappier!
Meanwhile, I’m currently working on a couple of new projects, and I’m hoping to be able to release new images from these soon. Watch this space…
March 5, 2013
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.
February 5, 2013
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.
December 21, 2012
Platinum/palladium prints of two of my animal images have been featured in the latest edition of “The International Journal of Contemporary Photography”, aka “Silvershotz”, in an article by David Chow, along with platinum/palladium print reproductions of work by Rankin and Damien Hirst, Wendy Bevan, Stefan Milev, Simon Larbalestier and other artists.
To view the article, in Volume 8, Edition 4, please click here.
November 29, 2012
I’m please to announce that many of my “Behind The Eyes” animal prints are now available through the 1stdibs / Weston Gallery website.
Along with established prints such as “Lion’s Stare II” and “Inquisitive Fawn“, the selection also features new work, such as “Giraffe II” and “Two Elephants“.
Based in New York, 1stdibs is a major global marketplace for antique and modern furniture, haute couture, fine art and vintage luxury.
For further details, please visit: 1stdibs/Weston Gallery.
October 20, 2012
After almost a year of work on the project, my new botanical series “Petalum” is now available and can be viewed online here.
It’s been a very gradual process of selecting and locating the flowers, photographing them in our studio using a variety of lighting techniques to bring out the wonderful detail in each bloom, and then finally creating the finished print. It’s certainly been a labour of love!
I’m intending to add further flowers and plants to the series and am also looking at the possibility of producing colour images in addition to the monochrome photographs.
As with my other images, fine-art prints of the Petalum series are available in a variety of sizes in both limited and open editions, and also as hand-crafted limited edition platinum prints, created by one of the UK’s leading specialists in alternative printing techniques.
If you’d like further details on the prints and prices, please don’t hesitate to drop me an email. Thanks!
In the meantime, enjoy the new series!