I’m rather new to Word Press, but I have found a couple blogs that are just so special they bear reblogging. Canadian Art Junkie is one such blog. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
The 32 large format photographic color prints on exhibit at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery are selected from a body of work by Arnold Zageris, who focuses on arctic and sub-arctic regions of Canada. They’re captured using a traditional large format 4×5 view camera. (Above: Minerals, Labrador; Below: Frost, Abitibi)
His combination of traditional technique and methodical patience lends him the ability to show us a world we may not see otherwise; an extraordinary view of a geographic region not often travelled. The result is a photograph with a painterly quality, bewitched with startling colours. –RMG Gallery
-Moss Jungle (Abitibi series)
-Northern Lights (Labrador)
-Reflections of a Monolith (Labrador)
-Memories of Gondwana (Antarctica)