Ken Duncan’s Walking in the Wild Exhibition

November 14 to 29

Ken Duncan Gallery is proud to announce the release of Ken’s long-awaited book, Walking in the Wild. And, to celebrate, we are hosting a new exhibition featuring many stunning new wildlife shots, along with some of your all-time favourites.

Ken’s Walking in the Wild exhibition will be on display at his Central Coast Gallery from November 14. We know you can’t travel the world right now, so we invite you to visit Ken’s new exhibition to see his latest photos of exotic animals, photographed on every continent.

We understand you may not be able to make this exhibition in person due to COVID-19 restrictions. So, with this in mind, Ken hosted a Virtual Exhibition Launch, where he takes you around his Gallery and tells you the stories behind the new images in the exhibition. You can watch a replay right here.

Wildlife Photography Tips

During this new exhibition, you will have the opportunity to watch a video of Ken presenting his top wildlife photography tips. Tickets for Ken’s Wildlife Photography Tips are $30 per person.

If you’d like to book and view Ken’s Wildlife Photography Tips, then please call the Gallery to book on +61 2 4367 6701.

 

For more information regarding Ken’s new exhibition call the Gallery on +61 2 4367 6701 or email erina@kenduncan.com

You can order your copy of Ken’s new book Walking in the Wild right now.

Ken Duncan Road Show at Costco Canberra

December 2 to 13

Canberra Airport, 39-41 Mustang Ave, Majura Park ACT 2609

Ken Duncan is heading to Canberra and showcasing a selection of spectacular landscape and wildlife images from his new exhibition, plus his new book, Walking in the Wild, 2021 calendars, Christmas cards, jigsaw puzzles and more.
This will all be on display at Costco in Canberra, ACT. You will have the opportunity to meet Ken and chat with him every day, plus he is happy to sign books and things for you.
You will be able to grab incredible bargains on some of Ken’s best-loved images. Anyone can visit the store and browse. But you must be a Costco member to shop there. However, if you do decide to buy, you can save hundreds of dollars on Ken’s Limited Edition Prints.
For more information you can call our Gallery on +61 2 4367 6701.

Chasing the Light Documentary Screenings

In this award-winning Australian documentary, iconic photographer Ken Duncan, and renowned photo-journalist, Ray Martin, venture into one of the world’s wildest and most isolated coastlines at the tail end of the Wet Season. When Ray Martin ventured into the remote and rugger Kimberley region of W.A. with Ken Duncan, he discovered there is far more to capturing the perfect landscape image than he bargained for. In a wild and unexpected adventure into the breathtaking Kimberley wilderness, Ray discovers a connection with the land he never expected – and a view of the Australian landscape his camera will never fully capture.

What is it: Chasing the Light Screenings
Where is it: Ken Duncan Gallery – 414 The Entrance Road, Erina Height NSW 2260
When is it: Daily between 10:30am to 3:00pm (subject to availability)
Duration: 60 minutes
How much: $10 per person
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Contact us

Ken Duncan Group

PO Box 3015 Wamberal NSW 2260 Australia Gallery: +612 4367 6701 Head Office: +612 4367 6777 Free Call: 1800 807 737 Email: info@kenduncan.com

Contact Us

Ken Duncan Group

PO Box 3015 Wamberal NSW 2260 Australia
Gallery: +612 4367 6701
Head Office: +612 4367 6777
Free Call: 1800 807 737
Email: info@kenduncan.com

Colour Match

Every effort has been made on this Gallery site to accurately represent the vibrant colours of Ken’s images. However, due to differences in computer screens and certain other variations, the images here should only to be taken as a guide. Obviously, the colour and sharpness of a finished Ken Duncan Limited Edition Print are far superior to what can be presented on a small screen.

About Ken

Ken Duncan is well known as the pioneer of Limited Edition Photographic Art in Australia. After a visit to New York in the early 1980’s, Ken returned home with a dream to have photography widely accepted as an art form in this country. Read More..

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