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Tarkine in Motion

Tarkine in Motion

The Tarkine in Motion exhibition is now on at Hobart’s famous Long Gallery in Salamanca. For full details visit the exhibition page on the Salamanca Arts Centre website. This exhibition is a collaboration of many artists including photographers, painters, videographers, performance artists and jewellery/craft… Read more →
Wonders of Wynyard Exhibition Centre: “Solitude”

Wonders of Wynyard Exhibition Centre: “Solitude”

My exhibition, “Solitude – Landscapes & Wilderness of North West Tasmania” is now open at the Wonders of Wynyard Exhibition Centre! The exhibition features many new images of north west Tasmania, including the Tarkine, Cradle Mountain and a few other locations a little further afield… Read more →
“Solitude” – Landscapes & Wilderness of North West Tasmania

“Solitude” – Landscapes & Wilderness of North West Tasmania

Announcing: “Solitude” – Landscapes & Wilderness of North West Tasmania An exhibition by Luke O’Brien Wonders of Wynyard Exhibition Centre, as part of the annual Spring Tulip Festival. Runs from September 15 to October 31, 2015 I am very excited to announce an exhibition of images of North West Tasmania – including the exquisite Tarkine rainforest and the stunning Cradle Mountain area, as well as a few from a little further afield… Read more →
Island Light Exhibition

Island Light Exhibition

Lovers of Tasmanian wilderness photography will be very excited to hear about the Island Light Exhibition at Hobart’s Long Gallery in Salamanca! The exhibition is a collaborative effort of 17 of Tasmania’s best known landscape photographers. The exhibition is being curated by Wolfgang Glowacki and will feature a selection of images by well known Tasmanian photographers such as Dennis Harding, Matthew Newton, Paul Hoelen and Nick Monk… Read more →
Wild Island Gallery Tasmania

Wild Island Gallery Tasmania

For those interested in Tasmanian photography and keen to view the newest works from many of the islands most well respected landscape and wilderness photographers – the new Wild Island gallery is a a must see. As well as displaying photography, the gallery is aiming to become something of a hub for nature based activities and appreciation, including workshops and information evenings… Read more →
Tarkine Exhibition Opening Night Photos

Tarkine Exhibition Opening Night Photos

The Wilderness Societys Love the Tarkine exhibition opened last night at the Long Gallery in Hobart’s historic Salamanca. The spacious gallery was jam packed with a passionate crowd who lapped up inspirational speeches by Glover Prize winner, Janet Laurence; former Greens leader Bob Brown and Tasmania’s most well known wilderness photographer Rob Blakers… Read more →
Tarkine Photography and Art Exhibition: March 6~16 2014

Tarkine Photography and Art Exhibition: March 6~16 2014

The Wilderness Society are holding an exhibition of art inspired by Tasmania’s wonderful Tarkine region from March 6 ~ 16 2014. At Salamanca’s Long Gallery in Hobart, opening night is Thursday March 6th at 6:00pm. Guest speakers on opening night include former Australian Greens leader Bob Brown, photographer Rob Blakers and 2013 Glover Prize winner Janet Laurence… Read more →

Important News from the Landscapes Gallery

As some of you may already know, we will be closing the Landscapes Gallery on August 21, 2013 after 4 years here on Melville St. The good news is that most of the same services will still be available, and it is only the full-time “bricks and mortar” aspect of my photography that we are letting go… Read more →

Nitchi Design Timber Frames

The Landscapes Gallery is now proudly stocking the wonderful Tasmanian Timber frames from Nitchi Design! We are currently stocking Myrtle, Sassafras, Huon Pine, Leatherwood, Blackwood & Tas Oak and all timbers can be custom ordered, with or without one of my images… Read more →

Exhibition Wrap Up

All of a sudden, ”Rebuilding Lives”, our Fundraising Exhibition for Japan in the wake of the Earthquake & Tsunami disasters of March 11, is finished. There was a great turn out all week and we sincerely thank the people of Hobart for their wonderful generosity and empathy towards the people of Tohoku, Japan… Read more →