Ken's Books

Ken Ball has published ten photography books in the last nine years all in limited editions. Some titles now have only a few copies remaining.

IMPRESSIONS OF NATURE

Impressions of Nature
(Published in 2004)
Ken’s first book has become an inspiration for photographers and artists alike with his impressionist style of photography. Each copy is numbered and signed.

(Only 15 remaining copies)
$40 each + $7.50 p&h

IMPRESSIONS OF THE FEMALE FORM

Impressions of the female form
(Published in 2005)
Ken’s impressionist style of photography turns to a mixture of Nature and the female form in this book of delicate images.

$40 each + $7.50 p&h

IMPRESSIONS IN PASSING

Impressions in passing
(Published in 2006)
In his third impressionist photography book, Ken’s world travels are documented in breathtaking images which have formed the basis of several exhibitions.

(Only 18 copies left)
$40 each + $7.50 p&h

HAPPENING WOMEN IN AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

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(Published in 2007)
A book of compelling portraits of women of achievement and the story of their dreams. This book will certainly inspire young females in the lives and careers.

$40 each + $7.50 p&h

BLUE DREAM

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(Published in 2009)
A joint project with composer and pianist Fiona Joy Hawkins, this photography book comes in a clamshell boxed set complete with a CD of Fiona’s composition, produced by Grammy Award winner Will Ackerman – all nicely tied up with blue ribbon. (The CD has been re-released since by the ABC as a CD only, but this is the original boxed concept created by Ken and Fiona in 2008 and only a few copies remain of the collector’s edition).

$40 each + $7.50 p&h

Impressions of Europe

(Published in 2011)
Ken’s 2011 book Impressions of Europe has been produced in conjunction with Wendy Roche, who Ken mentors weekly in art photography. The book captures the romance of Europe from Barcelona to Venice with impressionist photography.

$35 plus $5 postage and handling.

Venice Remembered

(Published in 2011)

A collector’s edition of just 10 copies, this hand-crafted hardcover book comes in an engraved silver tin with two original prints of Venice, signed and numbered, one each from 1972 and 2010.

$340 plus $15 postage and handling.