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YouthinYosemte

Yosemite National Park in partnership with The Ansel Adams Gallery presents: “Youth in Yosemite” Short Film Contest.  Film topics include “What Yosemite Means to Me” and “Celebrating Nature” and should demonstrate a connection to Yosemite.  Selected films will be shown in Yosemite Valley Saturday, March 1, 2014 during an special awards ceremony. The contest is open […]

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Indian Light

This offer ends Sunday, December 8th. With the holiday season fast approaching, The Ansel Adams Gallery will be offering our collectors and fellow art lovers a chance to add to their collection (or perhaps to a friend or loved one’s collection) at a special price. For the upcoming Unique Print Offer, we will be showcasing work […]

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Clouds of Grace: Yosemite Water, a film by Sterling Johnson $20

“CLOUDS OF GRACE, Yosemite Water,” is a film by world-renown filmmaker, Sterling Johnson. This beautifully edited film, photographed over a period of 13 years, was shot entirely in Yosemite National Park. It is a masterpiece to be watched again and again. The glorious waterfalls, pristine lakes, and sparkling streams, along with Yosemite’s immense rock mountains, […]

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Clearing Storm, Sonoma County Hills

In 1951 Adams accepted a commission to produce a five-panel screen for the dining room in a ranch house north of San Francisco. “I have spent several days at the ranch, mostly in the rain, but I think I got a beautiful negative – very much Chinese in mood” he wrote. Available as a Matted […]

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Tenaya Lake Reflections

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 […]

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Glacier Point - October 2013

Wish You Were Here

October 8, 2013

 

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St. Francis Church in New Mexico

“Many of my early photographs were made on orthochromactic glass plates or film” wrote Adams, “which gave a lighter value for blue sky than does panchromatic film.” The photograph was made in the afternoon with no filter, rendering the blue sky quite pale and the shadows soft. “This image is an experience in light” wrote […]

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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 from one of our distinguished Gallery artists at a discounted price, prior to its availability within the […]

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Born in Yosemite

Born in Yosemite – an inspirational visit with Peter T. Hoss

by William Garnsey, E-Commerce Director, The Ansel Adams Gallery August 7, 2013

This weekend, I had the great pleasure of sitting and talking with Author and Ansel Adams Gallery Board Member, Peter T. Hoss, about his book, Born in Yosemite. On the book’s back cover it shows a picture of Mr. Hoss and Ansel Adams’s son, Dr. Michael Adams with the caption of “First Friends” – Dr. […]

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Both of these images, “Pine Shadows and Tracks, Yellowstone, 1998”, and “Water Detail 4, Monterey, 2011” celebrate line. Both are very simple compositions, but the nature of the lines is very different. One is orderly, the other organic.  One is literal, the other abstract. But perhaps the biggest difference between these two images is the […]

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