Photography

Nathan Trivette

Minneapolis, MN

www.ndtphoto.com

2019 Booth #

© Nathan Trivette

© Nathan Trivette

Digital editing is kept to basics: color, contrast, sharpening & cropping. All presented work is archival. Printing done by artist on luster paper. Matting, mounting & framing performed by artist.

In this quiet nature photography, the viewer can find a place of contemplative solitude, giving them a point of meditation & peace. The photographer blends abstract expressionism, minimalism & occasionally surrealism, creating “Simple Images for Complex Times”.

Tony Small

Tony Small Originals
Hopkins, MN
2018 booth #114

www.tonysmalloriginals.com

Tony Small, is a professional fine art photographer specializing in unique, moving landscapes. Tony’s fine art prints combine dramatic photography, vivid colors and artistic touches to create new, captivating visions of nature and our unbelievable world. Using high resolution digital photography, he’s able to capture the subtle details of some of the most unbelievable landscapes and transfer them to large prints with stunning clarity and color. His work is presented on fine art paper, canvas, metal or acrylic. His award-winning images are printed in numbered collector editions of 50-250 but can be purchased in smaller non-numbered prints. 

Tony gained an interest in photography early in life when his uncle gave him a camera he had used for years. With the light meter not working Tony experimented until he became very proficient at setting the camera to perfectly utilize the available light. Tony has studied the art of photography for years and shot with several iconic landscape photographers across the country. His love for photography, people and nature really shows in his work.

© Tony Small

© Tony Small

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Dan Leisen

Minneapolis, MN
2018 booth #132
www.leisenphotography.com

High resolution digital photographs printed on Epson Stylus Pro 9900 with Epson UltraChrome HDR archival ink printed on Premier Luster archival paper. Matted prints are mounted on acid-free or acid-neutral materials, using archival mounting techniques.
Dan Leisen is a local Powderhorn neighborhood artist. His award winning landscape photography captures Minnesota scenes from the boundary waters, north shore of Superior and local parks.

© Dan Leisen

© Dan Leisen

Nicole Houff

Nicole Houff Photography
Minneapolis, MN
2018 booth #141

www.nicolehouff.com

To put it simply: I’m a Minneapolis photographer with a mild obsession with Barbie. Influenced by imagery from the 50s and 60s, I create scenes with the dolls in studio that have a sense of whimsy mixed with a little sarcasm. To me, Barbie is a positive, strong and empowering figure and I try to utilize her to create conversation. And to answer your question, I only have around 40 dolls.

© Nicole Houff

© Nicole Houff

Lisa and Jim Rudolph

Near and Far Photography

Richfield, MN

http://www.nearandfarphotography.com

2018 booth #119 

Digital photos on canvas in sizes up to 4x9 feet capturing Twin Cities magic and nostalgia.  
We complete every step of the process ourselves, from image capture, to inkjet print production, final matting, mounting, and framing – all with archival acid free components. Most photos are printed on canvas, some on metal or acrylic, hand sealed with a uv protectant and waterproof preservative then hand stretched. We always use the utmost care, professional equipment, and attention to detail. We want our audience to enjoy viewing our finished product as much as we enjoy producing it.

 

 

 

 

 

© Jim & Lisa Rudolph

© Jim & Lisa Rudolph

Joan Schulte

Joan Schulte Photographic Art

Louisville, KY

www.joanschulte.com

© Joan Schulte

© Joan Schulte

2018 booth #7B

I print my digitally captured photos using archival inks and paper, and then transfer the image onto a wood panel that I have built using only reclaimed wood. The image melts into the wood and cracks, giving it an aged appearance. I intend my artwork to feel nostalgic and comfortable for the viewer.

Lawrence Sawyer

Lawrence Sawyer Photography

Minneapolis, MN

2017 booth # 95

I photograph the unique, rich and colorful scenes that I encounter in my travels across Europe. These are then printed to watercolor rag paper or canvas. In the image preparation I use a proprietary technique which creates a brilliant glow, adding depth and a painterly look to these scenes of old-world places. Canvas prints are framed by hand in my studio. Rag paper prints are hand-torn and framed by me as well.

 

© Lawrence Sawyer

© Lawrence Sawyer

Juana Ryan

StellaLily Studio

Chicago, IL

www.stellalily.com

2017 booth # 32A

I hand print my photographs on fiber paper and mount them onto painted birch panels. I add lacquer, UV coating and hand pour resin over the whole piece. This adds depth and a clean finish. I also hand transfer my photos onto white marble. The paper is removed and I add multiple layer of acrylic to the surface. Cork is then added to the back. These can be used as coasters or small pieces of affordable art.

 

© Juana Ryan

© Juana Ryan

Sunny Liang

S.K Photography

Chicago, IL

www.keithliang.com

2017 booth #.

Most of my photographs were taken in the moving clouds and mist, which result in strong pictorial effects. They express the exquisite and tranquility of nature. I try to merge the tradition with the modern, the East with the West. The more you look at my works, the more you will enjoy them and relax yourself.

All my works are produced using traditional photography techniques and tools. Some of my works are combinations of two or three negatives. I have tried to show in my works special atmosphere, best pictorial layout accurate colors. Rich layers and finest framing.

© Sunny Liang

© Sunny Liang

Jamie Heiden

Jamie Heiden Photography

Holmen, WI

jheidenphoto.net

2018 booth #81

Jamie Heiden lives in the beautiful Driftless area of western Wisconsin. For as long as she can remember, she has been a collector of images. She stores them in her mind; she captures them with her camera. For her, pictures really can tell a story. Life’s simplicity is her inspiration and conveying that story is her goal. 

Jamie is a photographer first. But when she sits down at her computer, the beginnings unfold. Her finished images contain multiple photographic layers using tasks once performed in the darkroom, now tools she has at her fingertips on the computer.  What would have taken hours years ago can be done and then undone in half the time, not necessarily making the completed process any shorter but allowing for ten times the amount of experimenting within.  

All of her work contains multiple photographic layers combined digitally. She works on each individual layer.  Of course all images are Jamie's and no filters are used in the process. The end result is an image ever-so-slightly removed from traditional photography.

 

 

 

© Jamie Heiden

© Jamie Heiden

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