by Ross Spirou, Ray Fritz, Stephanie May, and Mark Hillyer
Fourms is a celebration of the beauty of the human form through the eyes of four Melbourne photographers: Ross Spirou, Ray Fritz, Stephanie May, and Mark Hillyer. With the male or female forms as the nexus and inspiration, photography gives these artists the power to imagine, capture and elaborate moments of energy or calm, grace and elegance, abstraction, mood and emotion or staged tableaux.
Mark Hillyer’s fine art nude images celebrate his philosophy that the power of photography is in the ability to capture the energy and soul of the subject in a moment in time, and that the strength of the photographer in this genre is going beyond being just the witness to a scene.
Ross Spirou is an award-winning Fine Art photographer. Inspired by nature, his work ranges from landscapes to artistic nudes. Artistic nudes in the great outdoors or in the studio particularly display this creative, artistic, and personal outlet.
Ray Fritz is a photographer of fine art nudes, portraiture, and commercial photography. The images in this exhibition illustrate the contrast between the human form and constructed environments or objects. The lines, textures, and shapes of the body complement and emphasise the rigidity and harshness of these environments.
Stephanie May’s creations as a fine art nude photographer are driven by a desire to express herself and her individuality through the portrayal of human beauty in all its diversity. She blends a unique range of perspectives and experiences as a photographer and model, and through self-portraits.
Ross Spirou, Up The Silo, 2017, Digital Print, 60cm x 40cm, Mark Hillyer, Circus, 2014, Digital Print, 60cm x 40cm
Stephanie May, Lucy, 2017, Digital Print, 60cm x 40cm, Ray Fritz, Neave, 2017, Digital Print, 40cm x 60cm,
Please select an entry time
- June 26, 2017 - September 18, 2017
8:00 am - 5:00 pm