My next exhibition features images taken at Jokulsarlon, Iceland over several visits. The prints will be available for sale in editions of 5 only. Each one will be matted, signed, dated and numbered.
Jokulsarlon is a glacial lagoon on the south coast of Iceland. It is formed by ice breaking off the Breidamerkurjokull in the Vatnajokull National Park.
The ice floats out to sea through a narrow channel and is often washed back onto the black lava sand beach by tides and storms.
This area is frequently battered by wind and heavy rain and received a lot of ash and dust from the 2010 eruption.
The images in this exhibition were taken over several visits: never in good weather. They are my interpretation of the wild beauty in this ever-changing landscape of rock and ice.
If you are in the vicinity of Point Cook, please drop in. My thanks to the people at Wyndham Art Spaces for this opportunity.