Photograph created in Montana. Everytime I am in Montana, I think of Doug Peacock and his words:
“The whole concept of 'wild' was decidedly European, one not shared by the original inhabitants of this continent. What we called 'wilderness' was to the Indian a homeland, 'abiding loveliness' in Salish or Piegan. The land was not something to be feared... Read More
Photograph created along an imaginary line and a poem by Alberto Ríos.
The Border: A Double Sonnet
The border is a line that birds cannot see. Read More
The border is a beautiful piece of paper folded carelessly in half.
The border is where flint first met steel, starting a century of fires.
The border is a belt that is too tight, holding things up but...
A series of photos to compliment one of my favorite Pablo Neruda poems. The segmented and sometimes fractured triptychs can seem disjointed, but share a unified, natural undercurrent. The state of being and point of view may change, but they are seamless. Ending in a single full image of an open, waiting flower that seems to almost glow with anticipation. -N Read More
Dr. Beach Conger, author of "Bag Balm & Duct Tape"
Vermont is home to a number of seemingly mysterious stone chambers. When were they built? Who built them and why? Read More
Avian is a limited edition book and print project created by photographer Nathan Larson. Avian presents various bird species from around the United States.
Photographs are presented in multiple styles; from flight motion and portraiture to minimalist photographs which leave only the silhouettes of birds in their natural habitats.
Avian features 31 carefully selected photographs presented on over 30 pages of a classic Moleskine landscape book. The title page is hand numbered and signed.
Avian also includes a signed and numbered limited edition print from the collection securely placed in the traditional back pocket of each Moleskine book. Read More
New Print For Sale: American Hymn Cover: 16 x 24 Archival Lustre Print Read More