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PRINT PRODUCTS: Framed and Matted fine art prints - Metal prints - Acrylic prints - Canvas gallery wraps - and in some cases 5x7 Greeting Cards. If you prefer to order a loose print (unframed) to have it framed yourself that is also a purchase option.
SIGNED ARTIST STATEMENTS: Thomas is happy to provide you with a signed artist statement upon request with any Fine Art print purchase. We believe your Fine Art purchase is an investment to be enjoyed for decades and having a signed Artist statement is a form of a 'Certificate of Authenticity' to preserve your investment and affix to the back of your artwork. Simply go to the CONTACT link near Tom's profile photo and provide us with the title of the artwork and a mailing address and we will cheerfully mail you the statement at no charge.
ABOUT: Tom is a freelance professional photographer of Fine Art and Stock images. A lifetime naturalist, he loves the outdoors and feels a responsibility to use his skills to create awareness of our treasured resources and scenic landscapes. He specializes in scenic landscapes, nature, abstract and semi-abstract in nature. Thomas creates unique and expressive landscapes with a style all his own. He resides in the scenic Litchfield Hills of northwestern Connecticut. Capturing the essence and pace of time of his native New England is his single most passionate subject. Tom is a juried member of the 'New England Photographers Guild'
ARTIST STATEMENT: My goal is to create original Fine Art Photographs. I concentrate on selling 'Quality over Quantity' and meeting the high standards set for Fine Art Photographers. The process is characterized by attention to detail and deliberate actions, being observant to capture the scene in appropriate lighting. Every image is a composite of combining technical excellence and being artistically inspiring. I do not allow the camera to make decisions for me, as it is a cold mechanical device that does not express my passion or feelings for the scene before me.
Capturing the key ingredients of a dynamic composition is quite exhilarating. An interesting subject, dramatic lighting and visual impact are some of the ingredients I seek out. The images I create share my unique personal vision for the subject before me. I am in awe of nature and deeply influenced to connect with people through my photography.
STOCK PHOTOGRAPHY: I am a 'rights managed' photographer, meaning I represent myself work and negotiate all of my license agreements. I respond to inquires about using my photography cheerfully and diligently when I am approached in a professional and courteous manner. Requesting use of my work in return for a 'photo credit' is NOT considered proper on any level. Additionally, it is very rude to request this from any photographer. My rates are fair and affordable. When inquiring about using my photography for any purpose, I request you provide me with very specific details about your project or publication. Thank you for your patience.
OFFICIAL HOMEPAGE WEBSITE: ThomasSchoeller.Photoshelter.com
Since 2008, Thomas has been published in the following media/magazines or Online magazines
-Key West and the Florida Keys 'travel guide' for 2008
-National Geographic Traveler Magazine 4/09
-Yankee Magazine's 75th Anniversary
-Poets & Writers magazine 'full page center spread' March/April '12
-The Atlanta Constitution
-The Houston Chronicle
-The Toronto Star
-USA Today/Life and Travel section
-The Miami Herald
-Good Life Report Magazine
-Edition 2 Travel guide-Key West and the Florida Keys 2008
-Big Blackfoot River '09 Calendar Montana Environmental Information Center
-Country Life : The Waterbury Republican / Oct 2010
-Litchfield County Times
-Sterling Books : Emma Carlson's 'Sacajawea-Crossing the Continent with Lewis and Clark'
-The Brookfield Patch
-Scenic Connecticut-The Litchfield Hills 2012 calendar
-Scenic New England 2013 calendar
-White Mountain Publishing Company/ Licensed photo for globally distributed puzzles April 2013
-Featured artist May 2013: 'Happening in The Hills' magazine/E-zine
-Magazine COVER - Seasons Magazine/Northwest Hills Connecticut/spring edition 2013
Exhibitions and Galleries:
-Kent Ct. Chamber of Commerce/ reception and display Nov '10.
-The Common Ground Art Gallery / Nov-Dec '09 Litchfield Ct.
-The Smithy / New Preston Ct unique arts and gifts shop
-Hopkins Vineyard / Aug-Oct '10 in the artist loft
-Lady Audrey's Fine Art Gallery / Jan '10-Nov '10 (formerly of Cornwall Ct)
-Cornwall Bridge Pottery and Arts / May '11 through present
-En Vogue of New Milford, Ct Jan '11 through present
-Boehringer Ingelheim of Ridgefield Ct./ the 'Art of Caring' Hospice Art Show / June '12
-Four Corners of New England Fine Art Gallery / 81 Wharf St. Salem, Mass.
Peaceful and painterly images of country roads, walkways or paths that beg the viewer to take a journey. Each and every image in this gallery has it's own story to tell. Inviting scenes that inspire and warm the soul.