AUCKLAND FESTIVAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY - Landscape Exhibition

CPF proudly present a LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION of leading New Zealand photographers. With a special feature of work by JACKIE RANKEN, Photographer of the Year 2012 - NZIPP and three times winner of Best Australian Landscape.


From 31st May to 9th June. Excluding 4th June.    


10:30am to 7pm


At KINDER HOUSE, 2 Ayr Street, Parnell


Admission is free and no bookings are required.


 


All work will be available for sale by a Silent Auction. 


 


Lectures on COLLECTING PHOTOGRAPHY will be run during the exhibition - for details and booking CLICK HERE.


 


 


 


 


 


Jackie Ranken


FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHER - JACKIE RANKEN


Biography Jackie has over thirty years experience within the arts.  Her interest began with photography at the tender age of 16. Her art practice then shifted to ceramics and painting, gaining an Associate Diploma in Fine Arts.


Returning to photography, throughout the next fifteen years she worked within the industry as a darkroom technician, freelance photographer, wedding photographer, commercial photographer and photojournalist, learning her craft.


In 1996 she began work as a teacher of 'Fine Art' photography at Illawarra TAFE, Goulburn. 


Now as an art photographer she combines her art practice with teaching and as a presenter in workshops and seminars internationally. 


Jackie is a Director of Queenstown Centre for Creative Photography in Queenstown, New Zealand where she conducts photography workshops with her husband Mike Langford: www.qccp.co.nz.


Currently represented by:



  • The Picture Lounge-Wanaka, New Zealand


Exhibitions:



  • 2012 The Picture Lounge-Wanaka, New Zealand

  • 2006 Skyline Gallery, Queenstown, New Zealand

  • 2005 Australian Photographers Gallery, Balmain, Sydney.

  • 2005 Hamills Restaurant, Queenstown, New Zealand.

  • 2003 Stills South Gallery, Sydney NSW.

  • 2003 Photo Technica Gallery - Urban Abstracts, (She Saw) Sydney NSW.

  • 2002 Goulburn Club - Favourites, Goulburn, NSW.

  • 2002 Stills Gallery - Aerial Abstracts, Sydney NSW

  • 2002 Goulburn. Reg. Art Gallery - Human Constructs.

  • 2002 New Contemporaries Gallery - Aerial Abstracts II, Sydney.

  • 2002 Sturt Gallery - Past and Present, Mittagong, NSW.

  • 2001 Goulburn. Regional Art Gallery - Aerial Abstracts and Reflections on Miles Franklin's Brilliant Career

  • 2000 Goulburn. Regional Art Gallery - The Making of the Olympic Rings.

  • 1999 Sturt Gallery - Teachers Exhibition, Mittagong, NSW.

  • 1999 Goulburn Regional Art Gallery - Transitions Goulburn.

  • 1998 Goulburn Regional Art Gallery - Community Images Goulburn NSW.

  • 1997 Old Brewery Gallery - Teachers Exhibition, Goulburn.

  • 1988 Goulburn Regional Art Gallery - Return to Goulburn NSW.


Collections:



  • 2002 Goulburn Regional Art Gallery.

  • 2002 Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery.

  • 2002 New South Wales State Library.


 


Published books:



  • Aerial Abstracts

  • Kitchen Stories

  • Rocks, grass, trees, water, clouds, objects

  • Creative Field Guide to Landscape Photography.


 Photographic Awards: M. Photog. IV, Grand Master NZIPP, Canon EOS Master.



  • 2012 NZIPP (New Zealand) Photographer of the Year

  • 2012 NZIPP (New Zealand) Highest-Scoring Monochrome Print

  • 2012 NZIPP (New Zealand) Portrait Creative Category Winner

  • 2011 Illustrative Photographer of the Year

  • 2011 Canon Landscape Photographer of the Year

  • 2011 Editorial Photographer of the Year

  • 2011 Highest-Scoring Monochrome Print Award

  • 2010 NZIPP (New Zealand) Illustrative Photographer of the Year

  • 2010 EOS Master Photographer

  • 2009 NZIPP (New Zealand) Illustrative Photographer of the Year

  • 2008 EPSON/NZIPP Photographer of the Year.

  • 2008 NZIPP Landscape Photographer of the Year.

  • 2007 NSW AIPP Landscape Photographer of the Year.

  • 2007 NSW AIPP Professional Photographer of the Year.

  • 2006 NZIPP Highest-Scoring Monochrome Image.

  • 2005 CANON / NZIPP Iris Awards - Open Category Winner.

  • 2005 CANON / AIPP Photography Book Award - Aerial Abstracts.

  • 2005 CANON / AIPP Athol Smyth, Highest-Scoring Monochrome Image.

  • 2004 NSW AIPP Runner-up Landscape Photographer of the Year. Highest Scoring Print.


Education:



  • 1992 Associate Diploma of Fine Arts- Ceramics/painting major Illawarra Institute of TAFE



  • 1979 Mulwaree High School, Goulburn, NSW Australia HSC


 


All my life experiences have modelled me into a person who is 'happy in her own skin'.