wolfgang glowacki > artscapes

Following the success of ‘Macro Artscapes’, ‘Artscapes’ is Wolfgang’s second exhibition with one hundredth gallery.

Wolfgang Glowacki is a Tasmanian and Australian wilderness landscape photographer. He specializes in Tasmanian landscape photography and wilderness photography. Be inspired by the amazing landscapes, intricate details and incredible macro.  His photography has received numerous awards and his photographs have been published extensively in a large variety of media ranging from calendars, books, advertising and the publications of Australian  Geographic, Wild magazine, 40 Degree South and many more.

“Thank you for having a look at my photographic art – Artscapes. I’d like to introduce you to the natural world I know. Come follow along on my journey. Explore, consider, and take something with you. This is nature through my eyes. These photographs do not arise from any particular desire to see the world through a lens, but rather from my deep passion for this land we call wilderness. It has shaped every aspect of my life. I wish to show you the amazing, beautiful and powerful forces that have created the Earth we live on.”

“Tasmania has long been renowned for its amazing and mostly untouched landscape and wilderness.  From the wild west coast to the windswept rugged mountain, lush Gondwana rain forest to the beautiful white sandy beaches of the east coast.” – Wolfgang Glowacki

Please enjoy ‘Artscapes’ by Wolfgang Glowacki

All content on this page (and links from this page) remains the intellectual property of Wolfgang Glowacki and is protected under the Australian Commonwealth Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). No use is permitted without the expressed written consent of Wolfgang Glowacki. For more information on copyright, please visit http://www.copyright.org.au.

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2 responses

23 03 2011
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24 03 2011
Troy Mortensen

Looks good Wolfgang. Keep up all the good work. Makes me wanna go in the Otway Ranges an snap away :)

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