Land Through The Lens Print Sales
Limited edition select prints and notecard sets from the "Land through the Lens: Photography of Boulder County Parks and Open Space" exhibit are on sale. A portion of the profits will benefit the Boulder County Parks and Open Space Foundation.
"Late Spring Snow" by David Bahr 11" x 22" $125
Reynolds Ranch / 1st 25 prints to be signed by artist / Satin print with thin 1/4" border
David has won numerous international awards including a winning photograph in Defenders of Wildlife magazine and a photograph on display in the Smithsonian Museum. He is a 2013 Artist in Residence for Boulder County Open Space (Caribou Ranch) and an Artist in Residence for Glacier Bay National Park.
"Fenced In" by Nelson Hegg 12" x 18" $85
Second Place Winner in Youth Category
Heil Valley Ranch / Satin finish with thin 1/4" black border
Nelson is a student at Boulder High School. He states that he loves photography because it gives him the freedom to express his viewpoint.
"Twin Lake Owls" by Bob Maynard 16" x 19" $175
Twin Lakes / Canvas wrap
Award-winning nature photographer Bob Maynard's work is carried by several galleries throughout Colorado. He has accumulated over 1400 photo credits and his images have appeared in Audubon, Rocky Mountain Raptor Center publications and in several corporate offices and restaurants. He provides photo tours, photography workshops and corporate wall art services in Colorado, the Everglades and Utah.
"Sweeping Stillness" by David Silver 8" x 12" $125
First Place Winner
Walden Ponds / Archival Digital Print / Satin finish with 1/4" thin black border
David Silver photographs primarily as a contemplative practice and Zen art form, as taught by John Daido Roshi Loori and John McQuade. Mentors and colleagues who continue to inform and inspire about the art of photography include Chris Brown, James Atherton, Tom Andrews, Bill Napier, and Richard Van Pelt. His work has been exhibited at Gallery 910 in Denver, St. John's Art Gallery, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder Public Library, and the Mercury Gallery in Boulder, and has been published in Dharma Communications.
"Head or Tails" by Verdon Tomajko 16" x 24" $220
Second Place Winner
Walden Ponds / Bufflehead / Yellow color created from reflection of dried grasses / Metallic finish with 2" black border
Verdon writes, "Photography, for me, is a wonderful combination of all of my passions blended into one endless art form. Having grown up in the mountains of Slovakia, I developed a fondness for all things involving nature and the wilderness. I love to photograph everything around me, including landscapes of the great Rocky Mountains and beyond, and all of the many species of plants and animals around us.
"Pasque Flowers" by Calvin Whitehall 16" x 24" $150
Betasso Preserve / "Two kissing Pasque flowers" / Satin finish with 1/4" thin black border
Calvin has won numerous awards for his work including: featured artist for the month of January 2006 in Barnes and Noble; artist of the month for February 2006 at NCAR's Gallery, Best of Show award in the Louisville Art Association's 15th Annual National/Regional Juried Photography Show and numerous white-tailed ptarmigan photographs included in Joyce Gellhorn's latest book White-tailed Ptarmigan: Ghosts of the Alpine Tundra. Calvin writes, "Wild flowers attract my camera since they compete for attention with their bright colors or unique shapes."
Prints have a 1200 dpi resolution with ink drop sizes as small as 4 picoliters and they receive a greater than a 115 year archival rating by the Wilhelm Institute.
Notecards are printed on high quality #111 Porcelain Eco Silk White stock that is sustainably sourced, chlorine free with 100% wind power. State-of-the-art digital printing with vegetable-based ink for a rich, vibrant, accurate color is used.
Order Pick Up
Prints ordered before August 20 will be available for pickup during the week of September 9 at the Boulder County Courthouse in Boulder, Colorado.