Living Memory Finalist - National Photographic Portrait Prize 2021I am delighted to be a finalist in the 2021 National Photographic Portrait Prize. Here are the exhibition details:

31 July-7 November 2021
National Portrait Gallery
King Edward Terrace
Canberra, ACT

Visit the National Portrait Gallery.  


Also coming this year

This Changes Everything

8 May-20 June 2021

This is a group exhibition at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, Katoomba NSW. This Changes Everything explores the responses of several artists to the events of 2020. Read more about the exhibition on the Cultural Centre website

Tracy Ponich: Aftermath 4, Bells Line of Road, photograph

Aftermath 4, Bells Line of Road, Blue Mountains

Business Not Usual: A Photographic Study of an Unimaginable Time in 2020

26 June-15 August 2021
A Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Exposé Program exhibition

Find out more, see more here.

Photographer Tracy Ponich - Max, Max Steel Blue Mountains

Max, Max Steel Blue Mountains

Recently exhibited

Blue Mountains Portraits 2021

23 January-7 March 2021
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

This is Neil Haigh of Hope Tree Framing & Art.

Tracy Ponich, Portrait of Neil (x3), Blue Mountains Cultural Centre 2021, Katoomba

Tracy Ponich: Portrait of Neil (x3), Blue Mountains Cultural Centre 2021, Katoomba

A few favourites

Broken Stories

Photographer Tracy Ponich: Tracy Ponich, Nightfall Over Desert, Broken Hill

Nightfall Over Desert, Broken Hill

Braemar House, Springwood. This was an exhibition with artist and friend Scott Pollock. Broken Stories is our shared experience of Australia’s Big Dry. Awe-inspiring landscape. Completely heartbreaking. See a few more of the works here

When we were free to travel

Tracy Ponich, Feathermark Photography: Faraway 5 - Açores, Pico do Carvão

Faraway 5 – Açores, Pico do Carvão, photograph on handmade washi

See more of the works from my Faraway series here. This was an Artists of the Round Yard exhibition at Retford Park Bowral (National Trust of Australia (NSW)).


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