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Danny Xeero’s Photography Exhibition at The Camera Museum
Are you a Travel-Landscape photography fans? Then you must come to The Camera Museum in Penang to explore Danny Xeero’s Solo Travelscape Photography Exhibition. The exhibition is held through the co-operation between Danny Xeero, The Camera Museum and Frambie. It will run for a month from 2nd to 31st August 2013.
About Danny Xeero
Danny is a self-taught, independent travel and landscape photographer. His color blindness has given him the unique color approach in his photography. Danny has worked as a travel and landscape photographer in Australia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
He was listed as 1 of the top 100 Travel photographers of the year (2013) by UK travel site. His work has been featured in magazines like Sands style magazine (Singapore), Singapore airlines in-flight magazine and Garuda in-flight magazine (Indonesia) and appears regularly on other international websites. He has served as a tutor for HDR One an Online Photography Magazine sharing his High Dynamic Range Imaging technique internationally.
Frambie – The Canvas Print Production Partner
We are proud to be the canvas print production partner of this exhibition. Through our canvas printing technology and experience, combined with Danny’s high quality image, the canvas printing output is so perfect, so stunning. After applied surface coating, the canvas print is now water resistant and it can last for more than 200 years.
What Can You See at The Exhibition?
The exhibition showcases 1 extra large (38” x 57”) photograph on canvas print, named as Light of Hope, it is also Danny’s signature landscape photograph. There are also 6 large (2ft x 3 ft) photographs alongside with 12 (12”x20”) selected Danny Xeero’s Travelscape collection.
List of Photos on Large Canvas Print (2ft x 3ft):
- Nevis Lone Tree
- Valley of God
- Burning Autumn
- The Green Wave
- The Magical Land of Pumpkin
- Starry Night at Church of Good Shepherd
Travelscape canvas prints are available for purchase. 30% of the exhibition print sale will go to arts-ED, which supports Penang arts education program for young people.
Ray Beh | Founder
Ray is the founder of Frambie who love contemporary and minimalist design. He focuses on designing products for arts and photos that bring beautiful visual sensation for the interior environment.