Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print


Terrell Stewart, Longmont
Member Since July 2008
Artist Statement For as long as I can remember, there's always been a camera around our house. From the box camera in the 50's, to the Kodak Instamatic in the 60's, to the Polaroid, to my first SLR in the 70's.
I started to get serious about picture taking around the mid 60's when I went to my first drag racing meet. I use to take my dad's instamatic, using slide film, and try to get stop action shots. In the 70's I started taking pictures at concerts, back in the day when you could do that. Getting the shots with just the concert lighting was a little tricky, but I learn and had a lot of fun. Alice Cooper, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Styx, and many more. Over the next couple of decades, I took pictures but really didn't take it serious until about three years ago when I bought my first Digital SLR. Since then I have taken 2 and 3 day trips just to take pictures. From the Black Hills, to Moab Utah, the Oregon coast, and to Washington State were I fell in love with lighthouses. I love the outdoors, living in Colorado again, I will spend a lot of time in the mountains, down to the sand dunes, and everwhere in between.
So what you will see here is what I see "through my eyes" and the lens of my camera. I do hope you enjoy what you see here.
Thanks for taking the time to stop and look.


ON NOVEMBER 25TH, 2008, I WAS A FEATURED ARTIST HERE ON IMAGEKIND, SOMETHING THAT WAS QUITE AN HONOR FOR ME AND VERY MUCH APPRECIATED.

Comments

Product No 3061157
Subjects Architecture, Historic Buildings
Style Historical
Medium
Tags Stewart, Terrell, black&white, erie, fog, rocks, tower, trees