There are many stories and images from the Dust Bowl days of the 1930’s...Read More
I have photographed in Yellowstone National Park four to five times since 1997, mostly during the winter with some spring and late October visits. I am never disappointed by the landscape and the buffalo that make up this spectacular treasure of a national park.
The weather is very severe and very dramatic, creating amazing shadows and light throughout. It is the first and only place I've focused on wildlife. My first trip there was in the winter and the buffalo were just there at home, slow moving in the winter landscape. They sleep where the ground is warm near the geothermal activity. You see them get up in the morning huddled on warm ground. Nearby geysers and hot water create an incredible visual atmosphere.
My most recent Print of The Month is two, never-seen-before prints from a 2003 winter shoot in Yellowstone. During this particular visit the weather was changing so dramatically – it would be a blizzard one minute and clear skies the next – that I didn't have to wait long to take a completely different image of the same landscape.
Dwell Magazine contacted me at the end of March about images of Denver's Skyline Park for their June 2015 issue. I am delighted they published one of the black and white photos I captured of this historical urban landscape designed by Lawrence Halprin before it was demolished in 2003. The image is part of a feature Dwell is doing on Halprin titled, "Urban Choreographer".Read More
“People have told me you need to go to New York, you need to go to these other places, and I photograph where I live. I love photographing Denver. I don’t need to go to other cities. Denver was right in front of me,” proclaimed Denver photographer Gifford Ewing.Read More
Denver, CO. March 24, 2015 – Gifford Ewing Photographic Studio in Denver’s Capitol Hill District will host an open reception, April 2, 2015, as part of the Month of Photography Denver. The show title, running from April 2 - June 30, 2015, is “Size Matters?: A Photographic Conversation in Silver Gelatin, Fiber, and Carbon Pigment Canvas Prints.”Read More
Snow adds a certain contrast dimension to black and white landscape photography. It changes the look and feel of a piece of land by covering up, accenting, or simply contrasting the ore permanent surroundingsRead More
Freeport, ME – Thos. Moser invites you to a reception featuring figurative and landscape paintings by: Tina Ingraham and Kate Emlen. Also, exhibiting new work by ongoing group artists: Gifford Ewing, Liz Armstrong Linga Bail, Tom Curry, Michele Dangelo, Erin Mcgee Ferrell, Scott Moore, and Judy Taylor, and introducing Steve Barton, Andre Benoit, Jeanne Pilk, and Mort Panish.
Gifford Ewing will not be at the artist's reception but don't let that stop you form visiting the Thos. Moser Gallery Thursday evening and throughout the exhibition.
When: Evening Artist's Reception on Thursday, January 22nd from 6-8pm
All works will be on display through April 26, 2015
Thos. Moser Freeport Showroom
149 Main St.
Freeport, ME 04032
Twenty four years after photographing Mount Herard in Great Sand Dunes National Park, I went on a search to find the exact spot where I captured that first treasured image on my Deardorff Camera.Read More
Please join us at Pascal Hall Gallery in Rockport
August 20th 5 to 8pm
I travel with a friend of mine whose simple question, "Do you care to try this?" often leads to some great moments with my Deardorff camera. A few years back that question landed us in Death Valley National Park – one of my favorite places for shooting landscape photography.Read More