Bronwen Hyde

London, United Kingdom

i am an australian fine art photographer living in london. / you can see more of my work and buy limited edition prints at...

off with her head!

Just dropping in to let you know the Flower Power exhibition is still on at the Artworkers Alliance gallery at the old Paddington Substation in Brisbane until 24th April, and they have an open day from 10am-12pm on the 24th, which I’m planning to attend. They actually changed the opening and closing dates back a week from my original post about it, but as I was on my road trip when they did it, I wasn’t able to update the info. So you have one more week (or most thereof) to see my three prints and lots of other floral beauty.

I’m also letting you know I’ve entered an image into the latest round of the Saatchi Showdown Feel free to vote.

I have two images in the latest issue of F-Stop Magazine

And, excitingly, I’m included in the latest issue of the Australian Art Collector Magazine Though funnily enough, it’s not my work; it’s an image from a series by Nick Kind that I posed for just before leaving Melbourne. His exhibition of images from the shoot, Interference, will run from 4 – 17 June 2010 at Brunswick Street Gallery in Melbourne. I had thought until today that I wouldn’t be able to make it to Melbourne for the show, but a little birdy told me something that’s as yet unconfirmed, so still secret, but I may be back in Melbourne again sooner than expected.

I’m also pretty pleased to be in this particular issue as there is an ad for the new Bill Henson exhibition on the back cover; but even more special, there is a piece on undiscovered artists which includes the fantastic Lauren Olney whose project graces the front cover. Amusingly, I picked up the magazine and thought, “oh… someone’s done a copy of Beautiful Agony …”, a website of various anonymous punters showing their pleasure all over their faces as they pleasure themselves. Only to find that Miss Olney is actually the brainchild behind the project and website, which I did a tribute to in my 365 Days project.

You can see new works for Week 7 of the Divine Diptych Project here

Oh, and lastly, I’ve been quite pleasantly surprised by all the views on my Facebook page the past few weeks – generally 300-400 views a week lately :o So thank you if you’re a fan or have happened by.

Still haven’t had a chance to get onto road trip photo editing – this is a shot from last October! – but working on it!

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