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Limited Edition Collections
Each print has a strict production limit of 50-200 depending on the piece in question. The work produced from these galleries arrive signed and numbered and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
The bay area salt ponds are where table salt is produced. These salt evaporation ponds, also called salterns or salt pans, are shallow artificial ponds designed to extract salts from sea water or other brines. The seawater or brine is fed into large ponds and water is drawn out through natural evaporation which allows the salt to be subsequently harvested. The ponds also provide a productive resting and feeding ground for many species of waterbirds and some endangered species.
Formed over hundreds of years ago from water running through sandstone, Antelope Canyon is a sacred site for the Navajo. Imagine walking through slots of rock where you are wrapping yourself in peace and silence. Gazing, drifting and forgetting - in awe of this natural phenomenon - swirls of formations - mesmerizing. This is a collection of fine art nature photography showcasing the abstract beauty of Southwest Canyons.
Imagine giant chunks of ice (some are the size of small cars) washing up on a black sand beach and glistening in the perpetual sunlight. One thing I really love about this place are the endless compositional opportunities. There is always new ice coming in and out with the tide and also the ever changing weather conditions. It’s a creative playground at Diamond Beach in Iceland.
The Wisdom of Trees
After being inspired by the book “The hidden life of trees”, I have been endlessly fascinated by their majestic beauty. This is a collection of fine art nature photography showcasing the beauty of trees.
The Camargue horses are ancient and indigenous to the Camargue area in the South of France. They live wild in the marshes and wetlands of the Rhône delta. The herds are tended to by cowboys in that region and it is considered a noble tradition. The horses are fantastical and have an almost spiritual quality to
I have always been mesmerized by the beauty of lavender and don’t know why. My obsession took me to Provence France this past June where I immersed myself in it's endless fields and aromas. The Valesonole plateau area is surrounded by small towns that have inspired many masterpieces from Van Gough to Picasso.