Feb 01, 2012
John Neville Cohen creates award winning pictures. About how he invented his original photographic technique using projectors to create his fascinating photographs that are now available as limited editions, restricted to only 8 of each picture.
Dec 17, 2011
Some antique jade has broken records because the wealthiest Chinese are now investing heavily in Jade, they are not collectors and have a very different set of values. Describing why and what older Western collectors find hard to appreciate.
Jul 20, 2011
Does size really matter? The answer has to be yes. In the current vogue for large spaces with the minimalism of clutter, rather than have a collection of pictures, just one single large picture is preferable. But how do you choose it!
Jul 15, 2011
John's pictures, limited editions of just 8, have great investment potential. Not yet one of the big names, but Arts Review mentioned Picasso when describing John's 'Spirit of Spring' and the exhibitions to date are impressive. A good time to buy!
Sep 19, 2010
New possibility with ‘Painting with Light’ pictures, whilst adding style, they can now look right in any decor. John N. Cohen, without any obligation, will create a new picture (based on your chosen picture) with any predominant colour required.
Aug 04, 2010
'The Magic Lantern' really lives up to it's name. By projecting images on to other things and then photographing the results John Cohen created a form of 'Painting with Light'. He shows for free how he created his amazing top award winning pictures.
Aug 02, 2010
The first ever transparency that had both a negative and positive image on the same film emulsion, was 'Spirit of Spring' it won the London Salon Trophy in 1967. Created by John N. Cohen's invented 'Painting with Light' technique and how to do it.
Aug 01, 2010
The first transparency that had both a negative and positive image on the same Kodachrome emulsion, was 'Spirit of Spring'. This picture won the London Salon Trophy in 1967, created by John N. Cohen's own invented 'Painting with Light' technique.
Jul 29, 2010
A very unusual exposure that had both a negative and positive image on the same Kodachrome emulsion, was called 'Spirit of Spring' this picture won the London Salon Trophy in 1967, created by John N. Cohen's invented 'Painting with Light' technique.
Jul 29, 2010
About the top international award winning photograph 'Spirit of Spring' created by a very original 'Painting with Light' special effect, that without any computer, enabled a negative and a positive image to be on the same Kodachrome film emulsion.