Alan Ross Photography Price IncreaseFebruary 26, 2014
Free of any photographer’s bias, but composed with genuine calculation, Alan Ross produces unique and stirring images from across natural and manmade world. Starting with his days working as Ansel Adams’ chief assistant, to his solo exhibitions that draw crowds of their own today, Mr. Ross has developed a style of image making that emphasizes tranquility in charged scenes.
To our fellow art lovers and collectors, we wanted to let you know that beginning on March 1st 2014, specific images from Alan’s body of work will see an immediate increase between 20% and 35% of their current cost. A list of these titles can be found below. If you have an interest in adding Alan’s work to your personal collection, you can visit his page on The Gallery’s website, or email Evan Russel at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions before proceeding.
Titles to see an increase include: Ansel Adams and Imogen Cunningham; Ansel and Virginia Adams at Home; Bridalveil Fall in Storm; Cabin, Grand Tetons; Dusk, Alabama Hills; Farm and Clouds; Gates of the Valley, Yosemite; Golden Gate Bridge, North Tower and Rocks; Lightstorm; Moon and Clouds; Nude/Face; Onion; Rocks and Mist, Otter Cove; Spring Rain, Yosemite.
Please note that all orders must be received before 11:59 PM on February 28th, 2014 to qualify for the lower pricing structure.