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Canvas Print: Beach Off the Coal Dock, Washburn, Wisc.

$175.00
The image in this canvas print also appears in Catherine Lange's book, "Why This Place." After I moved to Washburn, Wisc., the idea for a photography project called "Why This Place" crystallized as I experienced the natural beauty in the Chequamegon Bay area and got to know people in the community. I asked 16 people to take me to their favorite places in nature, where I created photographic environmental portraits of them as well as landscape photos of those places. The project, which resulted in an exhibit at the Washburn Cultural Center in 2014, was partially funded by a grant from the Chequamegon Bay Arts Council and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin. In 2016, I designed and self-published a book, also called "Why This Place," containing the 71 photographs and 15 photo essays from the exhibit. The book is available here on Authentic Superior.
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Canvas Print: Beach Still Life #1

$160.00
Beach Still Life #1, Meyers Beach, September 2013 When I was selected as one of eight artists in the 2014 Wisconsin Community Supported Arts program, I created a series of photographs called "Still Lives in Moving Places." I photographed everyday objects—a glass vase, a pewter creamer, a white enamel pitcher—in places that included Meyers Beach, Copper Falls State Park, and my yard in Washburn deeply covered in snow. These still lifes occurred in places where water, wind, and light had been moving; and, in the making of these images, gratitude for natural beauty and love for the people associated with those objects moved through me.
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Canvas Print: Beach Still Life #2

$160.00
Beach Still Life #2, Meyers Beach, September 2013 When I was selected as one of eight artists in the 2014 Wisconsin Community Supported Arts program, I created a series of photographs called "Still Lives in Moving Places." I photographed everyday objects—a glass vase, a pewter creamer, a white enamel pitcher—in places that included Meyers Beach, Copper Falls State Park, and my yard in Washburn deeply covered in snow. These still lifes occurred in places where water, wind, and light had been moving; and, in the making of these images, gratitude for natural beauty and love for the people associated with those objects moved through me.
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Canvas Print: Beach Still Life #3

$160.00
Beach Still Life #3, Meyers Beach, September 2013 When I was selected as one of eight artists in the 2014 Wisconsin Community Supported Arts program, I created a series of photographs called "Still Lives in Moving Places." I photographed everyday objects—a glass vase, a pewter creamer, a white enamel pitcher—in places that included Meyers Beach, Copper Falls State Park, and my yard in Washburn deeply covered in snow. These still lifes occurred in places where water, wind, and light had been moving; and, in the making of these images, gratitude for natural beauty and love for the people associated with those objects moved through me.
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Canvas Print: Beach Still Life #4

$160.00
Beach Still Life #4, Meyers Beach, September 2013 When I was selected as one of eight artists in the 2014 Wisconsin Community Supported Arts program, I created a series of photographs called "Still Lives in Moving Places." I photographed everyday objects—a glass vase, a pewter creamer, a white enamel pitcher—in places that included Meyers Beach, Copper Falls State Park, and my yard in Washburn deeply covered in snow. These still lifes occurred in places where water, wind, and light had been moving; and, in the making of these images, gratitude for natural beauty and love for the people associated with those objects moved through me.
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Canvas Print: Beach Still Life #5

$160.00
Beach Still Life #5, Meyers Beach, September 2013 When I was selected as one of eight artists in the 2014 Wisconsin Community Supported Arts program, I created a series of photographs called "Still Lives in Moving Places." I photographed everyday objects—a glass vase, a pewter creamer, a white enamel pitcher—in places that included Meyers Beach, Copper Falls State Park, and my yard in Washburn deeply covered in snow. These still lifes occurred in places where water, wind, and light had been moving; and, in the making of these images, gratitude for natural beauty and love for the people associated with those objects moved through me.
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Canvas Print: Beach Still Life #6

$160.00
Beach Still Life #6, Meyers Beach, September 2013 When I was selected as one of eight artists in the 2014 Wisconsin Community Supported Arts program, I created a series of photographs called "Still Lives in Moving Places." I photographed everyday objects—a glass vase, a pewter creamer, a white enamel pitcher—in places that included Meyers Beach, Copper Falls State Park, and my yard in Washburn deeply covered in snow. These still lifes occurred in places where water, wind, and light had been moving; and, in the making of these images, gratitude for natural beauty and love for the people associated with those objects moved through me.
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Canvas Print: Beach Still Life #7

$160.00
Beach Still Life #7, Meyers Beach, September 2013 When I was selected as one of eight artists in the 2014 Wisconsin Community Supported Arts program, I created a series of photographs called "Still Lives in Moving Places." I photographed everyday objects—a glass vase, a pewter creamer, a white enamel pitcher—in places that included Meyers Beach, Copper Falls State Park, and my yard in Washburn deeply covered in snow. These still lifes occurred in places where water, wind, and light had been moving; and, in the making of these images, gratitude for natural beauty and love for the people associated with those objects moved through me.
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Canvas Print: Big Bay State Park on Madeline Island, 2014

$175.00
The image in this canvas print also appears in Catherine Lange's book, "Why This Place." After I moved to Washburn, Wisc., the idea for a photography project called "Why This Place" crystallized as I experienced the natural beauty in the Chequamegon Bay area and got to know people in the community. I asked 16 people to take me to their favorite places in nature, where I created photographic environmental portraits of them as well as landscape photos of those places. The project, which resulted in an exhibit at the Washburn Cultural Center in 2014, was partially funded by a grant from the Chequamegon Bay Arts Council and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin. In 2016, I designed and self-published a book, also called "Why This Place," containing the 71 photographs and 15 photo essays from the exhibit. The book is available here on Authentic Superior.
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Canvas Print: Blue Vista Farm, Bayfield, Wisc., 2014

$175.00
The image in this canvas print also appears in Catherine Lange's book, "Why This Place." After I moved to Washburn, Wisc., the idea for a photography project called "Why This Place" crystallized as I experienced the natural beauty in the Chequamegon Bay area and got to know people in the community. I asked 16 people to take me to their favorite places in nature, where I created photographic environmental portraits of them as well as landscape photos of those places. The project, which resulted in an exhibit at the Washburn Cultural Center in 2014, was partially funded by a grant from the Chequamegon Bay Arts Council and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin. In 2016, I designed and self-published a book, also called "Why This Place," containing the 71 photographs and 15 photo essays from the exhibit. The book is available here on Authentic Superior.
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Canvas Print: Cornucopia Beach, Cornucopia, Wisc., 2014

$175.00
The image in this canvas print also appears in Catherine Lange's book, "Why This Place." After I moved to Washburn, Wisc., the idea for a photography project called "Why This Place" crystallized as I experienced the natural beauty in the Chequamegon Bay area and got to know people in the community. I asked 16 people to take me to their favorite places in nature, where I created photographic environmental portraits of them as well as landscape photos of those places. The project, which resulted in an exhibit at the Washburn Cultural Center in 2014, was partially funded by a grant from the Chequamegon Bay Arts Council and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin. In 2016, I designed and self-published a book, also called "Why This Place," containing the 71 photographs and 15 photo essays from the exhibit. The book is available here on Authentic Superior.
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Canvas Print: Frog Bay Tribal National Park, Bayfield, Wisc., 2014

$175.00
The image in this canvas print also appears in Catherine Lange's book, "Why This Place." After I moved to Washburn, Wisc., the idea for a photography project called "Why This Place" crystallized as I experienced the natural beauty in the Chequamegon Bay area and got to know people in the community. I asked 16 people to take me to their favorite places in nature, where I created photographic environmental portraits of them as well as landscape photos of those places. The project, which resulted in an exhibit at the Washburn Cultural Center in 2014, was partially funded by a grant from the Chequamegon Bay Arts Council and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin. In 2016, I designed and self-published a book, also called "Why This Place," containing the 71 photographs and 15 photo essays from the exhibit. The book is available here on Authentic Superior.