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COMING EVENT FOR MARCH 2015:
Showing at the Fine Arts Institute of Edmond. OK
More info forthcoming about opening night date and activities!
Thank you for visiting my websites with a special thanks to all of those who've purchased my prints. I hope you will take the time to visit my newest galleries including AVIATION ART ABSTRACTS, BEST OF BLUES, and the upcoming ROUND HEADS ADVENTURES series. I hope you enjoy them and will send me your comments via email.
All email list members will receive my 2014 PDF sample catalog for sharing.
My mother introduced me to photography as a child with a Brownie black and white film camera and continued her joy of picture taking until her passing. In addition, my uncles Cody and Hugh Grider were avid camera and photography enthusiasts. It was fun watching them trade 'glass' and always try to one up the other on new lenses and cameras. They are truly missed!
I prefer using nature's available light whenever possible and especially attracted to beautiful objects and landscapes in and around my home. I use a number of digital software'darkroom' programs to enhance my vision of how each capture should be revealed to the beholder.
Please visit my cards and gifts shop CAFEPRESS.COM/GRIDERIMAGES for unique gifts created from my favorite photographs. If there is a special home accessory that I have not yet included from one of my prints, please feel free to contact me via e-mail.
I am a member of the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition, the Norman Arts Council and Paseo Arts Association with sales to image collectors around the world. Several of my images have been on exhibition in the Paseo Small Art Show for the past two years and are available as posters through STASH in Norman, OK.
All proceeds from the sale of prints THROUGH BECKY'S EYES versions I and II will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
All proceeds from the sale of the print WOODY'S LEGACY will be donated to the Oklahoma Huntington's Disease Chapter.