Juried by Photographic Artist, Edward Moffat
About the Show:
There are those who say that nothing is ever black and white, but instead a spectrum of shades of gray. And while many things can count this true, there are moments, feelings, and entire worlds that belong to the stark, the compelling, the bare form and the contrast of black and white.
Beaux Arts asks artists to submit photographic pieces that show us the stark, the simply raw forms and elements of our world before us. Artworks that must captivate in their black and white form for art sake.
Artworks that must captivate in their black and white form for art sake.
About the Juror:
At the age of 10, his mother handed him a disposable film camera on a family trip to Disney World. “You can take pictures of anything you like, but don’t get the sun in the images.”
So you know what he did.
Edward Moffat is a Photographic Artist living in Brampton. He does portraiture, commercial photography and videography through moffatcreative.ca. Clients using his work include Voortmans Cookies, IBM, The Ontario Telemedicine Network, RBC, Panasonic, Canada Border Services, Hitachi Data Systems, Distillery District Magazine, and The IT Media Group around North America. Fashion and various forms of portraiture work have taken him coast to coast in Canada. He has been published in Canada, the US and Mexico.
Edward does private commissions and project work found at edwardmoffat.com. There he explores imagery he ordinarily doesn’t get to do in a commercial setting. From helping models build their portfolios to exploring the beauty of the Canadian shield, he enjoys a variety of shooting styles.
Edward was formerly on the Board of Directors at Beaux-Arts Brampton. He has taught Portraiture as well as Videography at Humber College’s Photographic Techniques program and teaches photography and lighting classes privately in his studio.
Friday, April 15, 2022, 5:00:00 PM EDT
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