About the Book
Traveling the backroads and secondary highways of your state, your country, or any country in the world for that matter can provide a photographic artist with material with which to create. The subjects need not be old or new but rather what catches your eye. We live in a constantly changing world. What"s here today may be gone or forever changed by tomorrow. These are a few of the images collected in Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Feb 08, 2014
- Language English
- Tags Willie Nelson, pow wow, Wichita Mountains, Hot Springs, Gulf coast, fishing boats, Mom's bait shop, bait stand, Port Aransas, old cars, Hudson Hornet, Quanah Parker, Eagle park, Coleman theater, route 66, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Luck, missions, comanche, Cache, Meer's, diner, Rockport, Alamo, rides
I studied fine art and photography at The Kansas City Art Institute, receiving a BFA degree in 1978. I've worked in the automobile business for over 30 years as well as pursuing my own fine art photography. Digital image making and printing large scale are my passion. I've been published in Color&Black and White magazine twice in the last few years. I love to experiment with many techniques and working with a variety of photographic equipment.