Wednesday, November 21, 2007
Those folks at Bishop Hills have pretty good taste! Steve Huyser-Honig, our newest Fire and Water artist captured 3rd prize with one of his exquisite photos of the Grand Haven Michigan lighthouse. Check out more of Steve's work at the Fire and Water ART Showroom and also on line at www.greatlakeseditions.com (see the previous post for more about Steve).
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Fire and Water Art! welcomes photographer Steven Huyser-Honig. Steve is captivated by the beauty of the
Though his subjects are as diverse as the region we live in, his approach to each is constant. He’s drawn to bold colors, simple lines, and formal compositions. People often remark that at first they thought his photographs were paintings.
Steve prints his photographs with pigment inks on natural cotton rag papers—materials and methods that are more environmentally friendly than traditional photographic processes. And unlike traditional color photographic prints, with a lifespan measured in decades at best, this combination of materials will last, with care, for generations.
If you would like to see more of Steve’s work, visit his website: www.greatlakeseditions.com.
He also writes two blogs that touch on Great Lakes issues. If you are interested in Great Lakes Environmental news, check out www.greatlakesforall.com . If you share his fascination with lighthouses, you might want to check out www.lighthousesforever.com .