Evan Hancock’s stunning photographic exhibition captures the majestic Victorian scenery as it is reborn following the ten-year anniversary of Victoria’s Black Saturday bushfires. 

The series Light.Ash.White consists of landscapes and aerial photographs that reveal texture, patterning and the illusion of perspective through the natural environment. The “visually stunning pieces” have left viewers asking “is it a painting?…it looks like brush strokes.”  Evan has “captured so much detail over such a vast area”. The breathtaking scenery across Victoria’s Yarra Ranges National Park, Murrindindi, Marysville and the Lake Mountain Regions instils the power of re-birth, regeneration and the beauty of life. 

Evan Hancock’s Light.Ash.White exhibition is currently displayed at fortyfivedownstairs, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000. 

The exhibition runs until Saturday 16 February 2019

Tuesday – Friday 11am-5pm, Saturday 11am-3pm.

If you’ve missed his exhibition, follow him on Instagram. Or view his work here.