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Tasmanian Infrared Landscapes

Re-imagine familiar Tasmanian scenes through infrared photography.


Jennifer O’Connell is a photographer who concentrates on taking photographs in infrared.  The images in this exhibition are scenes from around Tasmania including Hobart, Sheffield, the East Coast and Huon Valley. Photographs taken in the infrared spectrum are often surreal and dreamlike and they encourage the viewer to re-imagine a familiar landscape.

Saturday 2 March – Saturday 13 April 2019
Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm | Saturdays 10:00am – 2:00pm

Tuesday 12 March 2019 @ 6:00pm
Exhibition to be opened by Dr Mary Knights, Senior Curator of Art, TMAG

Join the facbeook event

Curious about infrared photography? The artist will give a 20 minute floor talk on infrared photography, why she chose the genre and how she takes her photographs.
Saturday 23 March 2019 @ 12:00noon (Duration 20 minutes)


Jennifer O’Connell

Jennifer O’Connell is a photographer and painter who is interested in representing through art what we cannot see in the visible light spectrum.

Jennifer captures images in the infrared spectrum and these images provide subject matter for her paintings. Having recently moved to Hobart, Jennifer is finding lots of inspiration in the landscape of Tasmania, as well as the historical sites and buildings.  

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Tasmanian Infrared Landscapes

77 Salamanca Place, Battery Point TAS, Australia

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