Wednesday, September 28, 2011

715 nanometre - An Infrared Photo Art Exhibition by Kate Davies

My first solo exhibition 715 nanometre opened last week Thursday (22nd September), and what a great evening it was. The turn out was phenomenal, the feedback was inspiring and my work seemed to speak for itself (which is quite a good thing, as i was slightly nervous.
Along with the Infrared landscapes, was some fantastic local talent in the form of Mr Matthew Roux, singing his new songs off his soon to be released debut album. Find more from him at

For all those who didn't make it to the opening evening, here are the images on display, as well as a brief description of the whys and hows behind the works.

Across the River, Robertson. 2011

Alone, yet still together, Table Mountain. 2011.

Along the river bank, Breede River. 2011

Are we nearly there yet? Cape Town. 2011

Bird, Lion's Head. 2011.

Civilisation barely seen, Robertson. 2011.

Draw my attention upward, Robertson. 2011.

Room for a view, Lion's Head. 2011.

Spectacular Solitude, Tulbagh. 2011.

Take the long road home, Tulbagh. 2011.

Thank you for today, De Waal Park. 2011.

The fork in the river, Breede River. 2011.

The house on the hill, Table Mountain. 2011.

The mirror lake, Tulbagh. 2011.

The peace in the silence, Robertson. 2011.

The return to the bubble, Robertson. 2011.

Seasons are changing, Tulbagh. 2011.

Waiting to embark, Breede River. 2011.

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