Taranaki Wall Art
Taranaki Photographer and Artist, Adam Buckle is based right here in this beautiful region in New Zealand.
Capturing and producing award winning, timeless landscape scenes for your home or office since 2001.
1st Place: IAPP Landscape Section, International Association of Panoramic Photographers USA
I now do the Markets at both Ngamotu Beach, the Seaside market New Plymouth (1st and 3rd Sunday)
and the Whanganui Riverside market, every Saturday (when I can and weather permits).
Also, I occasionally attend the Inglewood Market.
My personal award work is not currently on this site. Yet with my renewed life – this is changing.
Alternately should you require assistance or wish to order directly from myself, so the choice is yours.
Surprisingly I have found people generally prefer canvas.
It has that “Art Look” with a textured feel which above all is sturdy, so is very simple to transport.
Either stretched or traditionally framed and starting from as little as NZ$100- “Wall Art” of Taranaki is easily affordable.
If a super-sized Wow factor presentation is more your style, then Taranaki displayed up to 500mm high and 1500 mm wide is available.
Images of Taranaki have over the years gone to many countries worldwide, either as a framed piece or rolled in a tube for convenience.
For peace of mind, I ensure everything is just so, it’s all my own work, printing and framing, therefore the full process is with me.
In addition to the images in the galleries I am always creating new works, however capturing the perfect scene has its challenges.
I have even painted a few of my scenes in acrylic so I try to be more than just a Taranaki photographer.
Standard Sizes / Prices
These sizes and prices are for stretched canvases on a 20mm bar, which are ready to hang on your wall or gift to a loved one. I have a different pricing for my framed pieces.
150 mm x 450 mm $100-
205 mm x 615 mm $200-
300 mm x 900 mm $400-
415 mm x 1245 mm $750-
500 mm x 1500 mm $1,100-
An Emotional Response
“For me, photography is an emotional response. I endeavour to capture precise moments in time
that can be viewed for a millennia. Not so much how it looked, but rather how it felt,
to convey that unique experience of the mood and feeling of a scene to the viewer is of
utmost importance in my work. The Landscape is a living entity and I strive
to portray that life – whole heartedly and without compromise”
Here’s a few from my Iris entry for 2022 and earlier work.
Rose Buckle, my late mother that I captured on her 90th Birthday.
It just so happened it was used as the cover of the NZIPP Magazine the month she passed.
Commercial – Shells – My homage to Edward Weston
Creative – A Thousand Words – well not quite one thousand, however my poetry
Landscape – Just Me and My Friend – Motueka Salt Pools, Nelson and a stranger who was kind enough to model for me. The one on the right reminds me of a character from “Lost in Space”.
Landscape Open – Nibbly and Cat – The Trees at the Midhirst rail bridge, Taranaki
Sometimes, getting your feet wet is the only way to succeed in life.
I would need to check; I think this image was the one that achieved my sixth Gold Award for the privilege of Grand Master of Photography, the 13th (lucky for one) NZIPP Grand Master title awarded.
The Kawhia Rock as captured. The end result was already in my head when i was there, the oval thought,
came about during process playing.
A New / Old Direction. My passion for Ultra Large Photography.
As in Gigapixels or 5 – 10 thousand megapixel.
A past life connection as an Aircraft Weapons Technician in the Royal Air Force.
3kg Practice bomb with Carrier. The idea is that the carrier stays with the aircraft.
Duties under NATO, Former Yugoslavia with M134 Mini-Gun.
Spending time with the late Boss. God Rest Her Soul.