A Unique Offer in Fine Art Photography – Alan Ross – ENDS SUNDAYOctober 14, 2013
The Ansel Adams Gallery is thrilled to offer its collectors, friends and fellow art lovers, a chance to participate in a unique opportunity. From time to time on our website, we will be featuring a never-before-printed image (or two) from one of our distinguished Gallery artists at a discounted price, prior to its availability within the general market place. This month, we have arranged to present two images from Alan Ross: “Oaks and Cliffs, El Capitan Meadow, Yosemite April 20, 2009” and “Lake Tenaya, Clouds and Reflections, Yosemite October 12, 2000.” While Alan’s original 16″ x 20″ prints range in price from $750 to $2,600 plus, you can now add one to your private collection for 25% off the initial retail price. Each gelatin silver print is hand made by Mr. Ross in his darkroom, printed to current archival standards and signed, numbered in a limited edition, as well as mounted, matted and ready for framing. The time to purchase will begin at 9:00 AM Pacific Time on Monday, October 14th, and will expire upon the close of business, Sunday, October 20th at 6:00 PM. Once the offer has expired, we anticipate an order fulfillment time of approximately four weeks to ensure the quality of each individual order. This inaugural printing offer at $562.50 for either print is available for a very limited time, after which, the print will return to full price.
Please visit www.anseladams.com/unique to purchase, or email our curator, Evan Russel, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the prints, shipping or if you are interested in larger sizes of either image.
Evan Russel, Curator
The Ansel Adams Gallery
Text by Alan Ross I was heading back towards my home in Santa Fe, New Mexico after finishing up a great fall workshop for the Ansel Adams Gallery. October is an anything-can-happen time in Yosemite, and we had been fortunate in getting just enough of a snow fall to add a hint of early winter to the scenes. The clouds were beginning to clear over the high-country granite, with transient patches of light lending depth and variety to the landscape and reflections. 8×10 camera, Kodak TMax 400 film.
Text by Alan Ross This was taken out on a field session with my Ansel Adams Gallery workshop class, early on a lovely spring afternoon. I loved the wonderful paired forms of the oaks against the light on the meadow grasses and cliffs. These compositional elements revealed a sincere profile and dignity in two old friends, and their surroundings. 4×5 camera, Kodak TMax 100 film.