Congratulations! You found my web site, no mean feat when you consider that, as of mid-August 2013, three and a half billion web pages are online. I should probably give you a prize just for finding me. In fact, I will. Anything you order through my website is 10% off through the end of 2013. I also offer free shipping on orders that exceed $200.00. (That includes those of you who collect my work and who did not have the arduous trek through the Jungle of Google just to get here.)
Now that you are here, let me be the first to welcome you. You'll find, while wandering around, fine art photography, a bit of whimsical photography, and a surprise or two. Every photograph on these pages can be on its way to you in a matter of hours. (Or days, if you catch me out-of-town or asleep.)
Every photograph you order will be archival, guaranteed to long outlive the artist. I print on museum exhibition quality paper or on aircraft grade aluminum, a process which injects the image inside a piece of rock -hard, transparent aluminum. Unlike traditional surfaces, photographs printed on aluminum can be hung anywhere, including kitchens, bathrooms, fireplaces. Impervious to moisture, grease, atmospheric contaminants, all the care they need is wiping with a damp cloth occasionally. They are beautiful with vibrant colors or high contrast black and white; a wedding of art and sleek, modern technology.
Traditional fine art prints can be ordered framed and matted, matted only, or as raw prints.
Please wander around for awhile. These are not disposable photographs, designed to be looked at on a computer screen for twenty seconds and forgotten. I'm always imagining you standing over my shoulder as I make photographs. They are designed to refresh you and take you to another place, another time; engaging your imagination in new ways.
Land of Clear Light
Albuquerque Photographers' Gallery
Located in Plaza Don Luis, Old Town
303 Romero Street NW
(upstairs) in suite N208
Albuquerque NM 87104
“I could never put anything into a picture that wasn’t actually there in front of me, that would be a pointless lie, a mere bit of artfulness.” Lucien Freud