A good start with selling photographic art!

• February 28th, 2017 •

The power of intention meets the law of attraction! No sooner did I update my website with photographic art of landscapes and nature and within 48 hours I received an email inquiry requesting five Colorado specific image files to be printed as 36×24 canvas wrap prints for a new medical office building in Longmont. Well golly if that didn’t make my day and give me encouragement that there is a future market for my photographic art!

It’s a start in my encore career to focus my intention on doing just that—selling my photographic art! I already have a large body of work from over eight years of hikes, three years of camping in the Cricket and many miles on the road. Now we are moving to another inspiringly beautiful area of Colorado that will surely enhance and increase my body of art images. I haven’t taken the new Canon EOS Mark IV out of the box yet as I want to wait to be settled into Westcliffe before playing with it. A fresh start with a new camera.

These are the selection of images requested that were all taken in Colorado. I have no doubt that pretty much every photographer has a photo of Hanging Lake and looking up at aspen trees in the fall. The other three are specifically mine as clouds are never the same twice and I was fortunate to be camped up at Brainard Lake in the Indian Peaks Wilderness when a heavy white cloud was hanging over Mt. Toll. The wildflowers were growing in my garden last year. The rock stack was built from river rocks found in the Laramie River while camping at Tunnel Campground.

I never want to stop evolving as an artist…

“The virtue of the camera is not the power it has to transform the photographer into an artist, but the impulse it gives him to keep on looking.”  -Brooks Atkinson, American Theater Critic

     

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