Good things come in threes, and this month I have three bits of good news to share with you: an exhibition, a book, and my new online store.
I’m really pleased that three of my prints are now showing in a group exhibition at Glenn Echo Photoworks, which is just outside Washington DC in the US. Many thanks to Scott Davis who organised the exhibition (and took this photo). This is my first exhibition in the US – and I’m thrilled to be taking part.
These are the three prints:
All three are available as limited edition 11″x14″ platinum prints. The next Venus Rising will be 6/24, while both Vitas are new so are at 1/24.
If you would like to see these prints in the real world, then do please visit Photoworks. The exhibition is from 26th March to 11th April, so you still have time.
Here’s a link: Rendering the Spirit.
Nudes – A New Book
Last month I published a new book of photographs, which includes 58 nudes from my Glimpses, Figures of Beauty, and Perspectives portfolios. Entitled Nudes this book is available now via Blurb or direct from me. If you buy direct from me then you will get a signed copy with a dedication of your choice.
I am also bundling the book with two print offers.
Print Offer #1: Signed copy with an open edition 8cm x 20cm pigment-on-paper print. The print is Nida which is the book’s cover image (shown below).
Print Offer #2: Signed copy with a limited edition 5″x4″ platinum print. The print is Nicola, which is normally part of the triptych featured on pages 40 and 41 of the book. The edition is limited to 24 prints.
The book is 12″x12″ with a linen hardback cover. It has 74 pages, and is printed on a beautiful matte paper. You can find out more in my new online store.
New Online Store
This month I’m also launching my online store. At the moment I have a selection of nudes (platinum prints), plus my Jazz portfolio (palladium prints) and Swiss Alps series (pigment-on-paper prints). You can also buy books and eBooks.
Here is a link: https://www.ianleake.com/shop/.
This online store is a simple and safe way to buy my artwork. All credit card processing is done by PayPal so your credit card details are protected. Of course you can continue to pay by direct bank transfer or in person when you pick up your prints.
That’s it from me this month. I would love to hear from you, so if you have any questions or comments then just reply to this email.
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