Art Photography Galleries
Art Photography Details & Sales
|18" x 24"
|16" x 20"
|11" x 14"
|Custom sizes and panorma- call or e-mail
for your custom size price.
Photographs are printed on top quality Epson or Red River papers with an Epson Pro 3800. All matted and framed photographs signed and mounted on
an acid-free quality white or cream color mat. Framing includes a high quality museum/gallery
style black frame.
Most images are available in black and white as
well as sepia versions. Black & white renderings are not grayscale conversions.
They are carefully selected from the best results using a variety of enhancement
techniques for the greatest tonal range and contrast to greatly surpass a
grayscale conversion or automatic sepia conversion.
Photography is an important means of expression for me to share my love of places, people, and all creation. My passion for art photography is to share the beauty of particular places to encourage others to want to visit and preserve our natural and cultural environment. With beauty I try to convey the belief that God created and is creating all things good. I strive to convey a sense of journey to tell a story or to imagine a story not yet spoken. My work in this journey continues to be a serpentine movement from literal to metaphorical. The journey in attempting to loving God and neighbor provides me with the juice to convey meaning in creation. My efforts at the abstract of course by their very nature, are my voice in the journey to imagine. I attribute my eye for composition, color, editing, planning, and patience to go back to try again when I can, all as gifts from God to be shared.
Paul is a member of Trenholm Artist
Guild . He is also an exhibiting member of Charleston Artist Guild. For a complete history see Paul's Exhibition History.
All images are copy written and may not be
reproduced without written permission. Viewers may display these galleries and slide shows of images on
their personal computer exclusively for their individual enjoyment. Contact Paul Palmer to make arrangements for written permission for any other use..
May God's peace be with you today.
This page was last updated on 10/30/2014