I’m very excited to release this 500 megapixel masterpiece – Guardians of the Sun. The image is a product of multi-row panorama of 17 individual shots and sports massive level of details on pints up to 15 feet wide.
This is one of the recently finished pieces heading to Houston. I love this combination of subject and rich wood texture of the frame.
This little tree has no idea that it has chosen a prime seat in a nature’s grand theater overseeing some of the best sunset views in the mid west.
One of my favorite spots along pacific highway is Cape Kiwanda. Long beaches and tall dunes attract visitors from all over Oregon. I have a vision for this spot and each time I visit this place I get a little closer but The Grand Landscape is still to come.
Nikon D850 24-70mm f/2.8. 1/200sec; f6.3; ISO 200; panorama of 5 shots
One of my favorite ones -“Distant Fire” features an unusual angle on Lake Moraine. It has that special oil painting feel to it that I just love.
The Indian name for Antelope Canyon is Tsé bighánílíní, which means ‘the place where water runs through rocks. Handful of sand tossed into a sun ray by our Navajo guide sparkled and twisted in the air creating mystical shapes. Finer sand dust lingered creating vague shifting shapes as if playing a strange charade with us trying to see some recognizable shapes in swirls of sparkling particles.
Today I have completed this gorgeous three panel print of “Spirit of the Earth”. It was a lot of work and I hope Steven will enjoy having it in his home.
Recent 4 panel combo of Firebird 44″ tall 80″ wide going to Erin in Washington.
I now regularly offer a selection of premium ROMA Tabacchino collection in three color variations.
And a recent order finished in Dark Ash