Deb Gartland

Deb Gartland is a traditional and contemporary fine art imagery photographer. She is passionate about light, movement and colour and sees the world around her as a photographic wonderland. Deb’s images range from portraits, landscapes and macro to still life, abstract and experimental. She has had acceptances, and won awards, at local, national and international salons and competitions.

Deb is a self-taught photographer who has attended numerous workshops through her Societal Affiliations, Clubs and Groups. She continually strives to challenge and improve her photography through these channels, collaborations and experimentation.

Illustrative fantasy creation, using her own images, is a particular passion of Deb’s.

Deb Gartland is resident photographer at the Gellibrand River Gallery: you can see her work there and on the Gallery’s website. Deb is available for photographic shoots including (but not limited to) portraits, bands and commercial – feel free to contact her for information and a quote.

DebG is a traditional and contemporary fine art imagery photographer whose work is successful at national and international level Photographic Exhibitions and Salons.
Art, & the response of a viewer to it, is highly subjective. Love what you do & do what you love.

Contact Details

Contact Name: DebG

Phone number: 03 5235 8410

Email address: debbgartland@gmail.com

Location

14 Main Road, Gellibrand, Victoria, Australia

Deb Gartland

14 Main Road, Gellibrand, Victoria, Australia

DebG is a traditional and contemporary fine art imagery photographer whose work is successful at national and international level Photographic Exhibitions and Salons.

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Links

Gellibrand River Gallery

Membership of Organisations

Australian Photographic Judges Association Ltd
Australian Photographic Society
Benalla Camera Club
National Association for the Visual Arts
Photographic Society of America
Royal Photographic Society (United Kingdom)

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