New Wilderness Wonders gallery open in Vail Village
Vail, CO Colorado
VAIL, Colorado – Wilderness Wonders, a gallery featuring fine art photography by Tony Newlin, opened the week of the 2009 Thanksgiving Holiday. Wilderness Wonders is located in Vail Village at 183 Gore Creek Drive in the Sitzmark Lodge building, three doors west of Sweet Basil.
The gallery showcases Newlin’s photos of wilderness taken throughout the world, as well as many in Vail’s own backyard. All of Newlin’s work is taken without filters or digital manipulation, he says.
“I continue to find the fact that I don’t use filters, captive animals, artificial light, or digital manipulation to be unique among nature photographers,” Newlin said. “I simply strive to share nature with you as I experience it – nothing more and nothing less.”
Wilderness Wonders donates a portion of its profits to organizations working to protect wilderness.
Wilderness Wonders also offers photographic giclee images, printed on either canvas or smooth watercolor paper. Newlin says these images offer better image quality than traditional photographs and have the added benefit of being displayed without glass. The lack of glass eliminates reflections.
Newlin is a native of New Mexico, but grew up exploring both southwest Colorado and the Rockies. He’s since traveled all over North America, as well as Africa, India and beyond. He now lives in Telluride, Colorado.
Wilderness Wonders in Vail is Newlin’s third gallery. The two others are located in Beaver Creek and Telluride. For more information go to http://www.tonynewlin.com, e-mail email@example.com, or call 970-479-9000.
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