Gallery 2c - Photographic Art Blog

Photography is a much more accessible art form now and this has meant a growth in the popularity of Photographic Art. What is Photographic Art I hear you say? well we believe it is any image that has captured the moment and is attractive on the eye. This could be a Landscape image, Wildlife images, Abstract images or any other. We have created this blog to help promote Photography as an art form and to meet like minded individuals.

Thursday, 13 October 2011

Making waves exhibition


Making waves exhibition is now showing at Hotel du Vin

60's Rock n roll exhibition


Gallery 2c has the 60's rock and roll exhibition up in the clifton gallery now. Works by Gered Mankowitz, Terry O'Neill, Bill Zygmant, - all take you back to the 60's. Pictures of the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, apple studio, John Lenon and Yoko and George Harrison.

Making waves exhibition


Our current exhibition at Hotel Du Vin is Making waves by Adrian Peacock. A series of fantastic seascape pictures.
Adrian Peacock says Time is a crucial element to this series of works, and there is a sense of waiting for the moment when what could be a pretty snap turns into something more considered. Although the scene is captured within seconds, Peacock spends a long time waiting for the right conditions - the weather, the position of the sun, the tides- before he finally arrives at the decisive moment where all come together to make the definitive scene.

‘Only a few days a year is the sea is rough enough, and the light dramatic enough, to give me the right conditions to make these images’.

Saturday, 9 April 2011

Gallery2c's photostream

St Giles Cathedral and Royal Mile, Edinburgh, Gallery 2C exhibitionGlen Etive, Gallery 2C exhibitionEas nam Meirlich (riverbed), Glen Etive, Gallery 2C exhibitionTyninghame Beach, East Lothian, Gallery 2C exhibitionEdinburgh from Calton Hill dusk, Gallery 2C exhibitionPass of Killiecrankie, Gallery 2 C exhibition,

Our current exhibition at the Bristol gallery :

Images of Scotland Michael Stirling Aird

Michael specialises in Scottish landscape photography. He has a portfolio of large format images which are of the very highest quality. The stunning prints have a 'walk into the image' feel about them. The depth, tonal range, colour and detail of large format prints is truly special.

Sunday, 6 June 2010

Terry O' Neill Interview

Hi there, As many of you will know we currently have an exhibition of Terry O Neill's work in the Hotel Du Vin Bristol. It has been a great success and we feel very privileged to have a photographer of Terry O Neill's quality showing with us in Bristol. We have made a couple of videos; one of an interview with Terry and another of the Private view evening. Please feel free to take a look: Terry O'Neill.

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Tim Flach



Professional photographer Tim Flach takes photos mostly of animals that include horses, bats, pigs, monkeys and others. Renowned for his highly stylized animal portraits, design and detail dominate his visual style. Tim Flach's work has been featured in publications such as Creative Review and Stern Magazine and has won many international photography awards which include the Association of Photography and British Design & Art Direction Awards.
Tim Flach and his photography project Equus has established him as a top horse photographer.
Tim Flach's bestiary evokes pathos, humour and an unmistakably intimate human empathy. Not only do we begin to find supposedly repellent creatures charming, but discover a sympathetic vulnerability, an unexpected lightness and humour in their gestures and attitudes, as if putting on a performance for our benefit in a readily accessible comedy of manners all their own.
"You can never predict an animal's mood" - says Flach - "so you have to plan beforehand to get what you want." For example, the temperature in the studio often has to be carefully adjusted before animals feel comfortable. Some may need their handler's presence nearby. Most small creatures are easily intimidated by the mere height of a man and must be raised to an equal leve. Some like music, while others are distressed by noise. Sometimes Flach and his studio team must work together, like a circus animal trainer and his assistant, to achieve the required response.

Top Tip Numero Uno

Keep your camera on you all the time.
Photo opportunities often come when you least expect it. If you can keep your equipment relatively simple – just a small camera bag and a tripod – you might be able to take advantage of some of these.