2015 was the centennial year of Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. I began this landscape project in 1995 with an Artist-in-Residence within the Park and it seems appropriate to look back over 22 years of photography. In recognition of the Park’s Centennial year, I have made available an exhibit composed exclusively of photographs of Rocky Mountain National Park. Like the Remnants of the West exhibit, the photographs are mostly created using a pinhole camera in combination with blue sensitive film. I am confident that there is no other comprehensive body of work that depicts the Park in such a timeless and ethereal manner.
As with the Remnants exhibit, this exhibit can be customized in terms of number of prints and sizes. All photographs are delivered matted, framed, and ready-to-hang. The above PDF link presents a sample of the photography. A more detailed prospectus covering rental costs, shipping, and photo choices can be provided upon request by calling Mark James at 970-391-1086 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org