John Prichard Art Collections
Shop for artwork from John Prichard based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by John Prichard
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
5871 A Longing Look From Stella by John Prichard
7936 No Guardrail or Shoulder on the Million Dollar Highway 550 by John Prichard
11062 Bill Pickett the First Bulldogger by John Prichard
10419 Lookout Studio at Grand Canyon by John Prichard
7878 The Rainbow Spray of Treasure Falls by John Prichard
7048 Ariel Rios Federal Building by John Prichard
11241 Window on Museum Of Art by John Prichard
12878 The Quinceanera by John Prichard
12922 New Balls for Old Boat by John Prichard
11946 Ocotillo by John Prichard
7812 Fall on Highway 92 by John Prichard
11976 Chihuahuan Desert by John Prichard
10283 Agassiz Peak by John Prichard
12877 Blue Dancers by John Prichard
5442 Not A Care ... by John Prichard
12702 Cathedral Ledge by John Prichard
12164 Creek Crossing in the Aspens by John Prichard
7870 A Train Runs Through It by John Prichard
13027 Casey Point Character by John Prichard
11886 The Poppyrazzi by John Prichard
7747 Snow Storm in Independence Pass by John Prichard
11901 Exposed by John Prichard
12694 From The Foot by John Prichard
11208 Hotel St Francis Santa Fe by John Prichard
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About John Prichard
I try to blend Digital Art with my Photography to achieve Imagery. If you feel what I felt and found interesting in the scene, then I have succeeded.
After retiring (engineer for 35 years), I restarted my photography love but with a new twist. I took some art classes (not photography) and I realized that we each see/record-in-brain scenes differently ... not as an image but rather as a composite of shape recognition, filtering and feelings ... muting things we are not interested in, emphasizing things we are interested in, like color, streams, meadows, etc. The painter gets to paint what he views important from the scene but the photographer is stuck with everything. Now, with digital photography and processing, I can get closer to what my mind saw.