Galapagos Sea lion and Jenny Dancer Crab by Patrick Walsh. Patrick’s works are NOT digital and are NOT done in Photoshop! The work consists of hundreds of different individual photos placed together to make one single image. Here is what he says about his method “I scout potential locations without shooting, then I think about(…)
Heron Glance by Terry Woodall. A heron emerging from White Cedar driftwood. Terry is based in North Bend, Oregon, to see more of Terry’s work please go to www.terrywoodall.com.
We are thrilled to announce that Thom Collins, Director of the Pérez Art Museum Miami, has agreed to join the judging panel for the Art and Photography Contest. Thomas “Thom” Collins is an arts administrator, art historian, educator andauthor with more than 15 years of experience serving as a director and curator at several of(…)
Rest in Peace, giclée print on aluminum by Colleen Provost. Depicting man’s unknown influence on a pilot whale stranding.
A fascinating podcast interview with Joel Sartore – one of the judges of the ENDANGERED Art & Photography Contest. Joel Sartore is a photographer, speaker, author, teacher, conservationist, National Geographic Fellow, and a regular contributor to National Geographic Magazine.
Capers by Terry Woodall. Terry sculpted these South African Fur Seals frolicking about from Oregon Myrtle wood. Check out his website for more wonderful work. Thanks Terry for supporting the contest last year and this.
Peruvian Amazon Egret by Jason Wolff. Egret eating afternoon snack against the intense greens and reds of giant Amazon lily pads, along the endangered Peruvian Amazon
We are thrilled to announce that Joel Sartore, Photographer will be one of the judges in the ENDANGERED Art & Photography Contest. Joel Sartore is a photographer, speaker, author, teacher, conservationist, National Geographic Fellow, and a regular contributor to National Geographic Magazine. His hallmarks are a sense of humor and a Midwestern work ethic. Joel specializes in documenting(…)
Good News! The Wood Stork which has been on the endangered species list and was expected to be extinct by the year 2000, was just upgraded from extinct to threatened. Bird Watching magazine used this picture to illustrate the point in a posting they made on their Facebook page yesterday. In celebration, the photographer, Sandy(…)
Escape in the Rain by Matthew Coglianese. A fusion of photographs to envision the elephant crossing the street in the rain storm. This Chicago based artist was once lead vocalist in a heavy metal band. His focus is on digitally altering images and turning the “visual truth” into something else that could never exist. Check(…)