I am very pleased to have a large print on display at the Tysons Corner, REI in Virginia (Go see it.). It’s a photo I took several years ago in Shenandoah National Park’s Northern District of an approaching storm front. It’s a pretty dramatic shot.
The print is a 30″ x 45″ , 1/4″ acrylic face mounted with a DiBond backing. It has a non-glare surface.
For a Good Cause, too!
I’m going to donate 25% of the proceeds to REI’s Cooperative Action Fund which supports building ” . . . a new outdoor culture . . .” that seeks more equitable accessibility to parks and public lands so more people experience the universal benefit of time outside, as well as protecting public lands and waters. The print is priced at $1,500. I only plan to make 10 copies of this photo at this size.
I was asked a few months ago if I was interested in hanging my photography work, and I’m very pleased to see it on the walls of my local store. Many thanks to my REI family–local and distant– for making this happen, as well as your ongoing support of my work!
Please contact me if you have questions or interest.