Blue Mountains News
Gary Hayes Exhibition - Lithgow Library
Gary has been taking photographs since the early 1980s and loves capturing emotive landscapes and travel photography. He has lived in UK, USA and Australia. He currently resides in Mount Victoria which he is using as a base to build his catalogue of the rich local scenery of New South Wales mountains, cities and coastlines.
Gary is primarily a landscape photographer. His work has appeared in numerous photography, tourist magazines and other publications such as Australian Geographic as well as two Australian stamps and several exhibitions. Many framed works have been sold privately and several series appear in hotels and resorts around the Blue Mountains. Gary also sells self-published books of photos of the area.
“I love seeing the eclectic range of exhibitions the Library hosts each month,” said Mayor Ray Thompson. “I encourage everyone to visit the Library and enjoy the works of these amazing artists.”
Gary Hayes’ exhibition will be on display during Library opening hours from Saturday 2 until Friday 29 March. There is no cost for this exhibition.
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