Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistDan Ward Platinum Member CollectionNature_Images
Description The Battle of Ox Hill or Battle of Chantilly was fought on Sept 1, 1862. Part of the battlefield is now a part on West Ox Road in Fairfax, VA. This spiderweb is in a cornfield in the park, to recreate conditions of the battle day and was photographed on a rainy day, similar to the conditions when the battle was fought.
Dan Ward, Oakton Member Since December 2007 Artist Statement Dan Ward seeks to capture images that connect. His candid portraits capture displays of affection, deep thought, joy and contemplation. His landscapes seek contrasts and interesting alignments, while his nature photographs explore a different perspective of the world around us. Dan does custom portraits of people who are characters in their own right.
Dan's photos have received awards in a variety of photography shows including the 2012, 2011, and 2010 Nature Visions Show, the 2006, 2008, and 2009 Meadowlark Photo Expo (Kodak’s Sponsors Choice award in 2006), On Your Own Time art shows in Dallas (People’s Choice Awards in 2004 and 2006), the 2007 Claude Moore Nature Photo Expo, the Ellipse Gallery 2007 Top Photos of the Past 75 Years and various community art shows in Virginia, Texas, Connecticut and Arizona.
The images in the Phoetry series combine traditional poetry or haiku with photography. Some of these images came from collaboration with the poet, Dr. Catherine Sweeney Burton. Their joint books, "Emerge" and "Plane of Life", are available from Blurb. Dan's solo phoetry work is found in the books, "Tribute" and "Here There Be Dragons" which are also available on Blurb, Amazon and Apple iBooks.
Dan is a workforce economist and was the senior editor of a 2013 AMACOM book on strategic workforce planning, entitled "POSITIONED" and a 1995 HRPS book, "Best Practices in HR Forecasting and Modeling."