It’s an honor to be featured in what I believe is the best online landscape photography magazine today. On Landscape is a British subscription-based magazine with most of its content focused on works and artists from across the pond.
I have released a beautiful 46-page 8″x8″ softcover book containing eighteen of my photographs exhibited during The National Park Service:100 Years-California Dreaming exhibition at the Viewpoint Photographic Art Center in Sacramento, California. These eighteen images span many years of my work in Death Valley National Park and Joshua Tree National Park.
Books purchased through my website are signed/autographed. Immense, Silent, and Sacred can be fully previewed at MagCloud. Please note than purchases through MagCloud are unsigned/not autographed. Digital downloads are also available.
It has never been easier or less expensive to own my photographs in print form (that’s a little more than $1 per photo). Many thanks in advance for your support and purchases!
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First up is the Rancho Mirage Art Affaire taking place on November 7-8 in beautiful Rancho Mirage. One week later, November 14, will be my first Art Under the Umbrellas show of the season (it runs about eight Saturdays each winter). This wonderful little event takes place in beautiful Old Town La Quinta with a spectacular mountain desert backdrop. I’ll be exhibiting again at Art Under the Umbrellas on Saturday, November 28 (Thanksgiving weekend). I’m looking forward to these shows and hope you will consider joining me for great music, outstanding scenery, and superb art.
And in case you missed it, my NatureLA:Off the Beaten Path (Yosemite) exhibition runs until November 15 at the G2 Gallery in Los Angeles.
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I’ll be exhibiting my work at the Beverly Hills Art Show this weekend, October 18-19, 2014. This wonderful show features more than 200 artists working in all mediums and takes place on Santa Monica Boulevard in the heart of Beverly Hills between Rodeo Drive and Rexford Drive. I’ll be present both days from 10am to 5pm – I am in space 127 – and I would love to meet and share my work with you. This show is FREE! More information can be found here.
See you in Beverly Hills!
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Our workshop explored and photographed some of Death Valley’s most well known features – the vast Dante’s View; the surreal Badwater; the cosmic Racetrack; the sensual Mesquite Sand Dunes – as well as lesser known but no less extraordinary locations that are exclusive to Visionary Death Valley. VDV blends the perfect mixture of field photography, field classes, and a post-production classroom session (with laptops and projection) along with inspirational and philosophical discussions designed to challenge photographers to rethink the way they work and photograph. There are many photography workshops and instruction manuals that teach craft and technique; we’ve designed Visionary Death Valley to lead photographers towards the heart of their art.
A few workshop highlights: A brief but intense sunrise at Dante’s View; a downright ridiculous flaming sunset on our last night out with the Eureka Dunes extension group (see image at left); investigating incredible marine fossils and petroglyphs; the largest engulfing dust storm I’ve ever experienced in Death Valley (this occurred during preparations a few days before we first met our group); and F18 fighter jets screaming over Eureka Dunes at low elevations (it’s a violation of the wilderness experience, yet hard not to be awed by).
Guy and I would like to sincerely thank Anil, Annette, Bob, Don, Jon, Michael, Paige, Ron, Stephanie, and Tina for being part of the first of our Visionary workshop series and for being wonderful students and humans. We truly enjoyed your company and learning about each of you over those tiring but exciting days. We wish you well on your creative photographic journeys!
Our next Visionary Death Valley workshop is scheduled for November 29 – December 4, 2012 and you are all invited. We are also currently in the planning stages of Visionary Capitol Reef (Utah) in 2013. Please stay tuned for more information.
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