Uncategorized | July 29, 2009
Latest addition to Wyoming Arts Council’s Artist Image Registry: photographer Russell Schnitzer of Lander.
Russell’s work “concentrates mainly on bold natural landscapes, outdoor adventure and travel, and — substantially — fly fishing.”
His work is on display this summer at the Folklore Coffeehouse in Lander. He has also exhibited his work at The Photographer’s Gallery in Denver, Flash Gallery in Lakewood, Colo., and Park Place Gallery in Kansas City. His photos have appeared in Trout Unlimited publications such as Sustaining Wyoming’s Rivers and Streams (2009) and Settled, Mined and left Behind (2004). One of his favorite topics is fly fishing. Not surprising, his work has been published in Fly Rod & Reel, Fly Fish America and TROUT Magazine.
You can follow Russell’s photo journeys on his blog. He’s posted more than 100 of his photos on the blog and now writes that he is working on his second hundred.
The WAC’s Artist Imnage Registry is open to all artists living in Wyoming. For a registration form, go to https://wyoarts.state.wy.us/IndArtist/AIR.asp