Where to Buy

Stewart’s Village Gallery

Stewart’s Village Gallery first opened in Waxhaw NC in 1993. Since that time, many artists and styles have come and gone, but their mission at the gallery has remained a constant. Bring the best of American Crafts together with great customer service in an inspiring and comfortable setting.

Where You'll Find Me

You will find my photography all over South Charlotte, Waxhaw and surrounding areas to purchase. My work has an eclectic style and is best at home in unique galleries and shops described as little characteristic places of curio and potpourri where you become completely lost with the odds and ends of life.

Join My Art Curators

Become a curator and join Darren Bowen Photography and secure your place with many other fine art businesses. Partner with me to offer my unique and eclectic work. The work is a moment in time; a split-second that remains locked in time; join the inspiration before the moment fades to grey and into the past forever.

Where to Buy

Eight Legs Gallery

Eight Legs Gallery carries “Art with Heart” created by local artists in the North and South Carolina area. You can choose from a selection of oil paintings, watercolour, pastels, acrylics, wood art, pottery, fused glass and much more.

Once a licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society told me:

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Professional photographers are taught for years in photographic science to have what you have Darren, and you don't even know you have it!

- An award-winning professional photographer with a Bachelor of Science in Photographic Science from the University of Westminster in London, England

Amazing Photography

I have found myself creating the most amazing and stunning photography and sometimes I have no idea from where it comes; I just use​​ the most basic of photography equipment, it's incredible.
Some have said to me that the sweetest and most beautiful sounds created from a second-hand guitar are not from the hands of a musician but from the passion and creativity​ of an Artist​.

Darren Bowen Photography

My photography captures a moment in time - a split-second that remains locked in time often abstracted and completely random. It is in these moments I see potential element, shape, abstraction, and life in colour, inspiration before the moment fades to grey into the past disappearing forever.