Town & Country: Architectural & East End Extractions by Mike McLaughlin.
Through March 31, 2019
(also on exhibit: works by Alex Ferrone)

“Architectural Extractions”
An admirer of modern architecture, fine art photographer Mike McLaughlin’s Architectural Extractions series emphasizes the solitary beauty of classical and modern buildings. With a desire to honor the spare, clean lines of the architectural aesthetic, McLaughlin has removed the crowded urban environments from a scene to encourage the viewer to focus on the detail of a structure’s form and ornament.

Each archival pigment print measures 12 x 12 inches and is printed on Epson Legacy Fibre fine art paper. Works are framed 18 x 18 inches, flat white metal profile, completed with an 8-ply archival mat and non-reflective Art Glass.

All works in this exhibit are available framed or unframed.  Physical works do not contain watermark. 
Click thumbnail to view full image; scroll over image for info. Read about the artist below.
Inquiries, please call the Gallery.

“East End Extractions”
An expansion of his urban Architectural Extractions series of images, Mike continues to encourage viewers to focus on the details of a structure's form and ornament in his new series East End Extractions. With his same desire to honor a clean style, Mike has removed distracting elements and backgrounds that surround familiar and iconic buildings of the North Fork in this selection of smaller works.

Each archival pigment print measures 7.5 x 7.5 inches and is printed on Epson Legacy Fibre fine art paper. Works are framed 12 x 12 inches, flat white metal profile, completed with an 8-ply archival mat and non-reflective Art Glass.
All works in this exhibit are available framed or unframed.  Physical works do not contain watermark. 
Click thumbnail to view full image; scroll over image for info. Read about the artist below.
Inquiries, please call the Gallery.

About Mike McLaughlin
Residing in both Manhattan and the east end of Long Island, fine art photographer Mike McLaughlin enjoys the opportunity to capture both, urban and rural settings, for his work.  Initially self-taught, McLaughlin developed his photographic skills through course work at the International Center of Photography in New York City.  Recently retired from a career as a research analyst, McLaughlin’s quantitative background in combination with a passion for modern architecture has informed his approach to both composition and post-processing technique.  Inspired by architectural icons like Mies van der Rohe and Walter Gropius, Mike’s work is characterized by a clean style as he seeks to evoke purity of form.  McLaughlin’s photographs have been shown in solo and group exhibitions regionally including at The Heckscher Museum of Art, Garrison Art Center, George Billis Gallery, and Art League of LI, among others.  Accolades for his work include prestigious awards from Salmagundi Club, East Hampton’s Guild Hall, and East End Arts.