Limited Edition high-resolution photography on paper of a colorful street scene in the beautiful Central American country of Nicaragua. I took this image while a carriage raced past a street intersection in the splashy town of Granada. Here's an interesting tidbit: the distance from Granada, Spain to Granada, Nicaragua is approximately 5,300 miles!
Camera: Sony a9
Lens: Sony G-Master 16-35mm f/2.8
1/500s f/2.8 EV+0.3 ISO100 at 16mm
1.5-inch stretched wrapped gallery premium canvas.
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Please note that I donate 20% of my profits on the sale of this and other artwork to non-profit charities for conservation. So, thanks for your support - you've truly made a difference!!!
About the Artist:
Hi there, Art Lover! I’m glad you visited my page!
I’m an artist, photographer, and globetrotter, yet, for my mundane day job, I teach science as a university professor. I primarily show endangered animals in my artwork. I’ve regularly travel to far-flung destinations around the world in search of endangered wildlife, natural wonders, and indigenous races. Thus far, I’ve traveled to forty-seven countries across six continents to catch a glimpse of these magnificent creatures, which I then paint to show them in my work.
I’ve thus far been traditional, showing these at galleries around the world, including Paris, New York, and San Francisco, but have recently decided to start my own website to reach my clients more closely. As a commitment to my play my part to try to reverse this maddening race to extinction, I donate a portion of my profits from the sale of artwork to nonprofit charities, such as World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Ocean Conservancy. Together let’s save these creatures and our planet! 😊
From the mighty blue whale to the lowly dung beetle, my art has always been a celebration of life everywhere. It’s characterized by bold strokes and colorful motifs and shows the penetrating gaze of the denizens that live alongside us. Most of what I paint are animals that are critically endangered, to the point where some of them might not even survive as a species in the time it takes for my work to be hung on a gallery wall. Others are exotic, playful and quirky, but they’re all infinitely precious, and have no less right to live on this planet than any of us. We owe it to the children of the future – both theirs and ours – to ensure that they survive… and thrive well.
Rather than live and breathe recycled air, I am also unapologetic in my use of various subjects and styles; life is just too precious for that, perhaps the likes of which are rare or even absent in the mind-numbing, vast universe. My time as a sentient being is exceedingly transient, and just like the diversity of the lifeforms I portray, my art continues to be diverse: in forms, themes, and media.