Melbourne's Hidden Secrets... by Paul Louis Villani

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Captured Digitally in Melbourne’s Centre Place laneway. This image was finalist in the Tattersalls Contemporary Art Prize 2006 & was exhibition at The Williamstown Festival March 28 – April 3 at the The Substation Gallery of Newport. Was also a finalist in the 2006 CCP Kodak Salon Photo based exhibition and competition – June 2006 at The Centre for Contemporary Photography Victoria.

Art gives me the freedom to see with my own eyes what my minds eye has conceived.

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  • Melody
    Melodyover 7 years ago

    Fabulous!!!…strangely, there are so many shades of black, grey and white I almost see this in colour. I hope that makes sense. The substation is one of my favourite galleries in Melbourne…especially the decrepit part upstairs…:)

    Brilliance, I tell you!

  • Paul Louis Villani
    Paul Louis Vil...over 7 years ago

    Again you have very kind and very generous with your comments! Thank you Melody!:)

  • zee1
    zee1over 7 years ago

    Absolute WOW, this image is great!

  • Paul Louis Villani
    Paul Louis Vil...over 7 years ago

    Thanx Zee1!

  • bodymechanic
    bodymechanicover 7 years ago

    it bleeds with hidden colour, if i was colour blind i would see the colour, i can understand the
    acolades u got wit this 1!!! well done and then sum…

  • Paul Louis Villani
    Paul Louis Vil...over 7 years ago

    Toooooo kind mate but thanks heaps bodymechanic!

  • Lost Lost
    Lost Lostover 7 years ago

    Congrats mate, a top image. Great combination of tones and patterns..

  • Paul Louis Villani
    Paul Louis Vil...over 7 years ago

    Thanks heaps Pehpsi! :D

  • Helen McLean
    Helen McLeanover 7 years ago

    this looks unbelievable in B+W

  • Paul Louis Villani
    Paul Louis Vil...over 7 years ago

    Thank you very much Helen!! :D:D:D

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