The Camera Obscura gallery presents for the first time the work of Jeffrey Conley. “Photography is for me a kind of meditation which widens my perception of the existing and evolving world around us. I seek refuge and simplicity in my photographs; and I find in it a personal accomplishment that I sincerely hope others too can feel. ” Jeffrey Conley Jeffrey Conley is a landscape photographer, known for his monochrome prints, meticulously produced with traditional argentic processes in the darkroom and platinum / palladium coated by hand. In 2011, his first monograph, Winter, was published by Nazraeli Press, out of print since. A second monograph, “Reverence,” focusing on Conley’s use of the platinum / palladium process, was published by Nazraeli Press in 2018. Through her photography, Conley aspires to a balanced simplicity that evokes a feeling of wonder and respect for the natural world. The scale and palette vary from small, intimate and subtle, to large, grand and dramatic. He seeks to capture a meditative spirit, unique in its genre in landscape photography. He painstakingly strives to create unique,...
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