Aussie wildlife photographers bring first exhibition to Sydney
The first solo exhibition by award winning Australian photographers Ken & Michelle Dyball opens next week at Sydney's Black Eye Gallery.
The Dyball's both grew up in Port Macquarie on the north coast of New South Wales. A love of nature and adventure, photography and curiosity, drew them together in a partnership lasting more than 30 years.
Highly awarded internationally for their stunning landscape and nature photographs of Africa – both b&w and colour - they are also the epitome of true adventurers, with a large collection of their images currently being negotiated for purchase by the Natural History Museum, London.
Once managing high-end luxury game reserves (Richard Branson's Mahali Mzuri being one of them) and leading personal African Safari Tours, now they spend most of their time travelling in their own modified cut down truck and camping in the wilderness looking for stunning and unique photographic moments.
This exhibition of Limited Edition large scale archival digital prints is the first time these works have been exhibited in Australia, and all photographs are signed and available for purchase.
You can see some of the work on exhibition below:
AFRIKA – The Wild
14 November – 03 December 2017
Opening event: Thurs 16 Nov 6-8pm
Black Eye Gallery, 138 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst, Sydney
Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 6pm
Phone: 02 8084 7541