Entries by Brittany Moorefield, Director of Photography Sales

Mural-Size Photograph of “Winter Sunrise, from Lone Pine”

The Ansel Adams Gallery is thrilled to offer an original mural that is extraordinarily rare, and perhaps a once in a lifetime opportunity. We have acquired a spectacular, extremely large mural photograph of Winter Sunrise, from Lone Pine, printed by Ansel Adams in the early 1960s. This print was a gift from the artist to […]

Ansel Adams worked to help less fortunate

Son recalls father’s support for Japanese-Americans in WWII; to give talk in Port Hadlock Full article at http://www.ptleader.com/arts/ansel-adams-worked-to-help-less-fortunate/article_e1078706-a307-11e7-a62e-3fa1b8c695e0.html When Japanese-Americans were forcibly relocated and interned at camps in the U.S. during World War II, it didn’t sit well with famed photographer Ansel Adams, according to Adams’ son, Michael. Ansel Adams “did a very extensive photographic […]

A Unique Offer in Fine Art Photography – Kerik Kouklis

This month, as part of our Unique Fine Print Offer series, we are excited to feature two palladium based photographs by Kerik Kouklis that pay homage to the great fuel of soul in landscape artists: The National Park. These images, “El Capitan Engulfed in Clouds, Yosemite” (available as a traditional palladium print) and “Sunrise, Fernandina Island, the Galapagos,” (available as a palladium over pigment print) while from two different hemispheres, speak to the inspiration of our natural world, as well as its inherent, irreplaceable beauty, and its paradoxical delicate solidity. Both images will be offered in 7×10.5″ and 12×18″ sizes.

Tom Killion’s High Sierra – The Poetry of Nature

It is a celebrated aspect of art in the National Parks that, when successful, it evokes an emotional response and depicts a consequential interpretation of these majestic spaces. There is a caveat of this art which intends to help us see more literally the form that our parks like Yosemite have taken, while also guiding […]