George Jackson Art Collections
Shop for artwork from George Jackson based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by George Jackson
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Three Sisters and Smerwick Harbour From Dooneen, Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry, Ireland by George Jackson
Sunrise over the Blasket Islands from Coumeenoole November 2018 by George Jackson
Sunrise over Ventry Harbour February 2019 by George Jackson
Clogher Strand Dingle Kerry Ireland by George Jackson
Sunset at Sybil Head, Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry, Ireland by George Jackson
Molly's Cottage, Black Valley, Kerry, Ireland by George Jackson
The Path to Dunquin Pier Dingle by George Jackson
Sunrise over Ventry Strand Dingle Peninsula November 2017 by George Jackson
Clogher Strand Dingle Co Kerry Ireland by George Jackson
Smerwick Harbour and the Three Sisters, Dingle by George Jackson
Waterfall on the Conor Pass, Dingle, Kerry, Ireland by George Jackson
Dunmore Head and the Blasket Islands by George Jackson
Ferriters Cove and Sybil Head from Ballincolla, Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland by George Jackson
Dunquin Pier Sunset by George Jackson
Ruins at Coumeenoole following snowfall by George Jackson
Cappagh Beach Cloghane Dingle Peninsula by George Jackson
Sunset over Dingle Harbour June 2018 by George Jackson
Watching the Watchers Dunmore Head and The Blasket Islands by George Jackson
Coumeenoole Strand Dingle at sunset 2017 by George Jackson
Sheep in the Black Valley Co Kerry by George Jackson
Abandoned Farmhouse at Fahan, Dingle, Co Kerry, Ireland by George Jackson
Rhododendron in the Black Valley, Ireland by George Jackson
Midsummer sunset from Slea Head by George Jackson
The Road to Eask Tower, Dingle by George Jackson
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About George Jackson
I live in Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland, along with my family, and surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the hills & mountains of the Dingle peninsula.
I'm originally from London in England, and on annual visits to my mother's family home in Milltown, Dingle, I was always in awe of the massive contrast between the Dingle Peninsula and the area I grew up in, even more so when I really started to explore and learn about photography in the early 1990's.
I've always had an interest in Landscape photography, even from an early age, well before I had access to any kind of camera, I remember "framing up" my shots using my fingers as a viewfinder. I eventually bought a Minolta SLR on a working holiday to Australia in 1989 and really caught the bug. When I returned to London I enrolled on a photography evening class and it was here I was introduced to the darkroom with its total control and artistic input from developing the film to making the final print.
I continue to work in Black & White photography using traditional film and darkroom techniques and use mainly digital for colour although I'm still tempted every now and again to run some colour film through my cameras.
I run photography tours and workshops throughout the year on the Dingle Peninsula, more information at www.dingledarkroom.com
I'm also a member of An Gailearai Beag in Main Street, Dingle, the showcase for a co-operative of local artists and craftworkers on the Dingle Peninsula.
I have a site dedicated to my film & darkroom photography at georgejacksonphotography.com
You can catch up with my latest photography projects and ideas or just say hello on social media:
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Finally, Thank you for visiting my gallery and shop here at www.dingle.photography
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