Ed Harris began his successful career as an artist after retiring from the Presidency of Gulf and Western. He paints in acrylics only - both on canvas and gourds. This book contains photographs of many of his splendid works.
As a youngster I was keenly interested in art and photography as well as science. However, my desire to become a physician led me to concentrate on science and limit the time I could spend on artistic endeavors. Science and medicine also demanded that I look at matters in an analytical, dispassionate manner. Retirement has had a wonderful liberating effect on me and my perspective of all sorts of beautiful things and people. My wife and I love to travel and I love to try to capture some of the wonderful emotions we experience as we visit places new to us. You will notice that my interests are eclectic ranging from a macro close up of the Heart of a Blue Orchid to the beautiful landscape of the Jemez Lake in Valles Grande, New Mexico. I use several Canon cameras and a variety of Canon and Sigma lenses. In the candid photo of me above, I am photographing grizzly bears in southwestern Alaska using a Canon EOS 6D camera with a Sigma 50-500 mm lens. I always shoot in RAW format
Spain, Morocco, and Portugal - 2015 Published December 10, 2015
Randy's 50th Birthday Published July 13, 2015
Our Family Adventure Published April 20, 2014
Whale Cay Passage Adventure Published April 14, 2014
Gifts of Art Photo Exhibition 2013 Published September 18, 2013