Currently Gallery-Close is exhibiting work from a diverse range of photographers from;
Nadia Attura, ethereal underwater images of Jellyfish and layered landscapes from India and Italy amongst others.
John Claridge, black and white portraits from his days living above Ronnie Scott's Jazz club.
Julian Calverley, stunning series of images of Scottish and other landscapes, which, with their muted colours and textures are often compared to oil paintings
Paul Kenny, this saught after fine art photographer produces work that is truly abstract. His camera-less technique is intriguing and highly collectable with only limited pieces being produced each year. The National Galleries of Scotland hold a collection of his work and Paul is currently working on a commission in the Scottish Islands.
Chris Close, owner/director Chris Close has work from his Greenland series, The Iceberg's Cometh as well as other figure study nudes which use a technique of fragmenting the image into blocks to produce work that is influenced by cubism and the likes of Paolozzi. Thius early stage work will develop as Chris continues to experiment.
Doug Corrance, a photographer whose work across Scotland should be held by the national institutions. Gallery-Close was quick to bring in a select few pieces of Doug's and the skipping girls and Wee Janie are glorious examples of childhood joy and innocence.
Phil Laverey, the latest photographer in the gallery whose project In Praise of Shadows deals with abstract views of architecture and has received critical acclaim.