Exhibition : Love The Tarkine

By Loic Le Guilly

Dear friends

Please join us for the opening of the exhibition “Love The Tarkine” at the Long Gallery, Salamanca, Hobart on Thursday 06 March at 6pm.

The show itself runs until the 16th March.

This is a group showing of over 50 established and up and coming Tasmanian artists whose work celebrates the special qualities of the Tarkine. The exhibition is an opportunity to open hearts and minds to the spectacular beauty and natural values of the Tarkine as seen through the eyes of the contributing artists.

Guest Speakers at the opening are:

– Janet Laurence, 2013 Glover Prize winner;

– Bob Brown, environmentalist;

– Ruth Langford, the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre;

– Rob Blakers, wilderness photographer.

There will be light refreshments and music during the evening.

Please share this invitation and we look forward to seeing you there!

aurora australis photograph

Aurora australis in Hobart… what a show !

I was lucky enough to witness and photograph this stunning aurora australis in Hobart on July 15, 2012. The aurora australis is often called southern light. The phenomenon happens when particles carried by solar winds hit the Earth’s atmosphere.

This is my first attempt at capturing an aurora and I didn’t think I’d get such an awesome result. And thanks to the little clouds that add a bit of extra movement to the image.

A big thank you to Colin Terry for allowing me to take these photos on his camera while I’m still waiting on my D800 to arrive !

aurora australis photograph

This one is 2 images stitched together so I could get more of the Milky Way in the frame.

aurora australis and milky way from Hobart, Tasmania

A comment from an Icelandic friend :
“Extremely nice! I have seen northern lights more often than I can remember… hundreds of times for sure, but only a few of those have stuck in my memory. One of which was a red burning sky, but this one you have caught, is absolutely fantastic in it’s colours, and the black sky and the milky way make it all the better.”


Prints are available for purchase.  Just contact me with your details.

As a guide a 20×30 inch canvas printed, mounted and delivered to Australia is AU$360 (for other countries contact me for a quote).
The same size printed on lustre paper (not mounted or framed is $150.
The canvas print is made with Epson archival inks on Hahnemühle Fineart Canvas (400gm). A beautiful print.