Here are some images from my workshop in Oregon that just concluded. Enjoy!
Work at The Natural Wonders Gallery in Las Vegas is progressing. It will feature my work as well as that of large format landscape photographer Robert Park and macro imagist Robert Rotella.
A ‘soft opening’ is planned for late December; in the meantime stay updated with gallery news at
Art 4 Vision presents an invitation only evening with Art Wolfe on December 3, at the Museum of Art of Fort Lauderdale. This will benefit the Macula Vision Research Foundation
In addition, there will be a show of Art’s photography with the proceeds going to the Macula Vision Research Foundation. Here is a sneak peek:
>>CLICK HERE for more information about this event and show
Local Seattle Arts Entrepreneur, Anne Lancaster, has an upcoming event that features 11 artists on November 11, 2011.
The Community Artists Program is a new emerging organization that was started by Anne Lancaster and its purpose is to get local artists in front of local buyers for the purpose of supporting local art. Their motto is “Original Art for All”.
The event will have eleven artists on hand to discuss and demonstrate their work as well as a short video introducing the CAP program.
The event will be held at the Seattle Design Center
Tickets and directions are available on their website:
The Meyer Wells Gallery at the Seattle Design Center is also showing large prints from Art Wolfe’s Series entitled “Unbridled”.
These are beautiful images of horses Art has photographed on several continents.
Here are some very nice images from workshop participant Richard Ross. Richard joined Art Wolfe on two international workshops this year. First to Japan and the beauty of Japanese culture, and then onto the amazing landscape of Iceland. Thanks for sharing, Richard.
>>CLICK HERE to view more of Richard’s photography:
See the amazing photographs some of the participants got last month in Art’s Lake Clark National Park Workshop, with narration by Art and some video shot on location in Alaska.
Participants who provided images:
This was such a fantastic workshop experience, that we will be returning here next year. Stay tuned for dates.
The Community Artists Program (CAP) had their first event Saturday at the Seattle Design Center. It was a resounding success.
Art Wolfe supports this program and in addition to the talented artists respresented by CAP, has several of his prints on view and for sale in the gallery at the Seattle Design Center. Please stop in to view the work of these artists and the beautiful images of horses that Art has created.
CAP is the brainchild of arts energizer, Anne Lancaster. CAP supports artists to be sustainable. Retailers are joining up because it supports artists and benefits the entire community. Another example of this can be seen in the window of the Safeway on Capitol Hill, Seattle. Art Wolfe has images in the Safeway window to draw attention to this unique exhibition space for artists.
For more information >>CLICK HERE
Photo credits: Top – Libby Pfeiffer / Bottom – Aaron Dixon
We had a fabulous workshop out on the Olympic Peninsula.
My students got some really terrific results, so take a look!
Art narrates a short piece about the participants of his Olympic National Park Workshop shooting at the Sol Duc River in April of 2011. See the images some of the participants got!
Art narrates a short piece from the wild west coast about the participants of his Olympic National Park Workshop shooting at Second Beach in April of 2011. See the images some of the participants got!
You are cordially invited to attend Aljoya’s art opening for a rare opportunity to view prints from “Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge” exhibition. Explore some of the world’s most intriguing and stunning places captured by this world-renowned photographer.
Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Enjoy music from guitarist, Julian Catford.
The Saxton Gallery in Canton, Ohio will be hosting an exhibit of images from our Travels to the Edge television series beginning on July 2nd and Art will be speaking to open the event. For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.ArtWolfe.Eventbrite.com. The gallery has also dedicated a page to the event on their site at www.JosephSaxton.com/ArtWolfe.