I specialize in the artistic genre known as “nature spirit photography.” Before the camera, people could only draw or describe the nature beings with whom they interact. I began photographically recording their existence in 2003 when a friendly gnome invited me to join him in a visit to a moss fairy village.
From my growing nature spirit photo collection – now over 10,000 images – I am sharing here over 600, defined by subject type and with detailed information, either on the image page or in the hundreds of stories you can peruse in the Library and in my Books. I individually hand-print all the art on this site using archival inks and paper, and autograph all wall hangings. Prices include free shipping in the USA and Canada.
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Most Recent Posts (from the Library)
Which of these art pieces would you prefer to hang on your living room wall? If you are instead looking to understand the nature of tree beings, does this change your vote?
This tree crafted two bearded mountain men in his trunk.
This evergreen tree likes the solitary life – beautiful woods, and life by a small stream that flows with ever-moving energy across its roots. The stream is in its seasonally expanded size, from Spring floods.
In this new blog series – What Do You See? – I am going to be posing a question to my readers…and I am looking to start a dialogue, the more diverse the better! This Pennsylvania tree has been a puzzle for many people. We see different things.