Dianne Bos- Flanders Poppies with Stones, 2016

Dianne Bos- Flanders Poppies with Stones, 2016

Dianne Bos- Flanders Poppies with Stones, 2016

Edition1/1
MediumColour Pinhole Photograph, Black wood frame with renaissance wax
Dimensions32 x 32 x 1.25 inches framed
Value$4,000.00
Opening Bid$3,000.00
Current Bid$0
Artist Biography

Dianne Bos has been exhibiting her photo based work for over 40 years. She has evolved various thematic bodies of work, and merged technical innovations to create new visual hybrids: her innovative uses of pinhole, film, camera obscura, photogram, installation, and cyanotype all explore the world around us.
‘The excitement, for me, lies not in photographing and reproducing something I can see, but in revealing the imperceptible (and maybe only the imagined) using the physics of light and time and traditional darkroom techniques.’
Bos has been the recipient of many awards and grants and has also been nominated twice for the Scotia Bank Photography Award.
Her work has been presented internationally and she is a sought after presenter on alternative photography techniques. Her work is represented in many private and public collections including The National Gallery of Canada, Glenbow Museum, Art Gallery of Hamilton, The McMaster Museum of Art.

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Dianne Bos- Skies Over the Somme

Dianne Bos- Skies Over the Somme

Dianne Bos- Skies Over the Somme

Edition1/1
MediumColour Photograph
Dimensions29 x 29 inches image size
31.5 x 31.5 x 1.25 inches framed size
Value$4,000.00 framed, edition 1/1
Mounting Optionsframed in white wood sealed with renaissance wax (no glass)
Artist Biography

Dianne Bos has been exhibiting her photo based work for over 40 years. She has evolved various thematic bodies of work, and merged technical innovations to create new visual hybrids: her innovative uses of pinhole, film, camera obscura, photogram, installation, and cyanotype all explore the world around us.
‘The excitement, for me, lies not in photographing and reproducing something I can see, but in revealing the imperceptible (and maybe only the imagined) using the physics of light and time and traditional darkroom techniques.’
Bos has been the recipient of many awards and grants and has also been nominated twice for the Scotia Bank Photography Award.
Her work has been presented internationally and she is a sought after presenter on alternative photography techniques. Her work is represented in many private and public collections including The National Gallery of Canada, Glenbow Museum, Art Gallery of Hamilton, The McMaster Museum of Art.

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1070 Homer Street,
Vancouver, BC, V6B 2W9, Canada

T. 604.737.3969
E. info@kostuikgallery.com

Dianne Bos- Flanders Poppies with Stones, 2016

Diane Bos – Flanders Poppies with Stones, 2016, edition 1/1

Diane Bos – Flanders Poppies with Stones, 2016, edition 1/1

MediumColour Pinhole Photograph
Dimensions29 x 29 inches image size
32 x 32 x 1.25 inches framed size
Value$4,000.00 framed, edition 1/1
Mounting Optionsframed in black wood sealed with renaissance wax (no glass)
Artist Biography

Dianne Bos has been exhibiting her photo based work for over 40 years. She has evolved various thematic bodies of work, and merged technical innovations to create new visual hybrids: her innovative uses of pinhole, film, camera obscura, photogram, installation, and cyanotype all explore the world around us.
‘The excitement, for me, lies not in photographing and reproducing something I can see, but in revealing the imperceptible (and maybe only the imagined) using the physics of light and time and traditional darkroom techniques.’
Bos has been the recipient of many awards and grants and has also been nominated twice for the Scotia Bank Photography Award.
Her work has been presented internationally and she is a sought after presenter on alternative photography techniques. Her work is represented in many private and public collections including The National Gallery of Canada, Glenbow Museum, Art Gallery of Hamilton, The McMaster Museum of Art.

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Vimy Ridge with Field,  Rocks, and  Sheep, 2015

Vimy Ridge with Field, Rocks, and Sheep, 2015

Vimy Ridge with Field, Rocks, and Sheep, 2015

Edition1/1
MediumColour Photograph
Dimensions29 x 29 inches image size
32.5 x 32.5 x 1.25 inches framed size
Value$4,000.00
Mounting Optionsframed in white wood sealed with renaissance wax (no glass)
Artist Biography

Dianne Bos has been exhibiting her photo based work for over 40 years. She has evolved various thematic bodies of work, and merged technical innovations to create new visual hybrids: her innovative uses of pinhole, film, camera obscura, photogram, installation, and cyanotype all explore the world around us.
‘The excitement, for me, lies not in photographing and reproducing something I can see, but in revealing the imperceptible (and maybe only the imagined) using the physics of light and time and traditional darkroom techniques.’
Bos has been the recipient of many awards and grants and has also been nominated twice for the Scotia Bank Photography Award.
Her work has been presented internationally and she is a sought after presenter on alternative photography techniques. Her work is represented in many private and public collections including The National Gallery of Canada, Glenbow Museum, Art Gallery of Hamilton, The McMaster Museum of Art.

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1070 Homer Street,
Vancouver, BC, V6B 2W9, Canada

T. 604.737.3969
E. info@kostuikgallery.com

Dianne Bos- Skies Over the Somme

Skies Over the Somme, 2017

Skies Over the Somme, 2017

Edition1/1
MediumColour Photograph
Dimensions29 x 29 inches image size
31.5 x 31.5 x 1.25 inches framed size
Value$4,000.00 framed
Mounting Optionsframed in white wood sealed with renaissance wax (no glass)
Artist Biography

Dianne Bos has been exhibiting her photo based work for over 40 years. She has evolved various thematic bodies of work, and merged technical innovations to create new visual hybrids: her innovative uses of pinhole, film, camera obscura, photogram, installation, and cyanotype all explore the world around us.
‘The excitement, for me, lies not in photographing and reproducing something I can see, but in revealing the imperceptible (and maybe only the imagined) using the physics of light and time and traditional darkroom techniques.’
Bos has been the recipient of many awards and grants and has also been nominated twice for the Scotia Bank Photography Award.
Her work has been presented internationally and she is a sought after presenter on alternative photography techniques. Her work is represented in many private and public collections including The National Gallery of Canada, Glenbow Museum, Art Gallery of Hamilton, The McMaster Museum of Art.

Related Images:


1070 Homer Street,
Vancouver, BC, V6B 2W9, Canada

T. 604.737.3969
E. info@kostuikgallery.com