Award-winning photographer Rob Love is showing his Timeless exhibition at Melbourne’s Colour Factory gallery soon.
Rob Love’s series ‘Timeless’, a collection of images capturing the interplay of water and light, will be showing soon at the Colour Factory Gallery in Melbourne. In this series Love creates photographs which show water and light in all their forms.
The images are taken by applying slightly extended shutter speeds and without the use of image-enhancing software. Love is an award-winning photographer whose images hang in a major Los Angeles medical centre and in private collections on the US east coast. His photographs have also been acquired by collectors in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Love was recognised by the US Professional Photographers Association with an Award of Distinction, in 1996. He was invited to address the New Zealand Professional Photographers Association in 1992 and the Institute of Photographic Technology seminar at RMIT University in 2009.
He has exhibited widely in Melbourne, including at the Photographers Gallery in South Yarra, Gold Street Studios, Rembar Gallery and the MLC Acquisitive Art Exhibition. He was also invited to exhibit in the Leica Gallery in Melbourne. He has twice been a semi-finalist in the prestigious Australian Moran Contemporary Photographic Competition.
The ‘Timeless’ exhibition will be on show from April 9 until May 2. There will be an artist’s talk on Saturday, April 18, at 2pm. The gallery is open Monday to Friday from 11am to 5pm, and on Saturdays from 1 to 4pm.