David Drew Art Collections
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Artwork by David Drew
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.
Chase Falls by David Drew
Old Series Land Rover grill by David Drew
DDP DJD Fall Maple Leaves on the Rocks 1654 by David Drew
DDP DJD Clouds over Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve_DSC2242 by David Drew
Sprague Lake Autumn Panorama by David Drew
DDP DJD Maxwell Bison Herd Bull 1594 by David Drew
Dominant Alaska Yukon Bull Moose by David Drew
DDP DJD Bison Herd Bull 1599 by David Drew
DDP DJD Milky Way-2 2306 by David Drew
Stormy Sunset by David Drew
Smoky Hills Evening 818 by David Drew
DDP DJD Cloudscape-3218 by David Drew
DDP DJD Wichita Flag by David Drew
DDP DJD Rutting Moose 165 by David Drew
Streams of Sunlight by David Drew
Alaska Yukon Bull Moose 63 by David Drew
Grand Canyon Vista by David Drew
Alaska Bull Moose 2 by David Drew
Mountain River Rock 1 by David Drew
Foggy Dawn in the Flint Hills by David Drew
Willow Ptarmigan 50 by David Drew
DDP DJD Autumn Red Maple Leaf 1640 by David Drew
Rocky Mountain Morning by David Drew
Fly Fishing Still Life by David Drew
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About David Drew
I was raised with a deep respect and appreciation for both art and music. My parents instilled, supported, and nurtured both disciplines in me. During my formative years our family were frequent visitors to the Birger Sandzen Gallery in Lindsborg, Kansas. Sandzen, a Swedish immigrant, settled in Lindsborg, worked, taught and became an integral part of the Lindsborg/Bethany College community. If you visit the gallery, you will find huge canvases of bold impressionistic renderings of the massive landscape of the American West. These paintings, when viewed from a distance, capture not only the natural beauty of the land, but also the essence of the American West experience. Sandzen first visited the Rocky Mountains in 1908. It was this visit that captured his imagination and sparked his enthusiasm for the grand landscape.
I have loved the Rocky Mountains since my first visit too, although I was four years old at the time. I was captivated by the same enthusiasm that Sandzen must have felt. Since age four I have broadened my appreciation to encompass what can best be called the American West; the Rocky Mountains, the Great Plains, the Desert Southwest, the Oregon High Desert, the iconic vastness.
Much of this landscape has changed dramatically since 1908. Some of the land has been protected from development and remains much the same, but much has also been developed and most lands will have many, many times the number of visitors who might have been there sometime in 1908. I seek to create images with modern photographic equipment that might have been taken early in the 20th Century. In addition, I seek to find photo opportunities that share much the same bold palette of colors that Sandzen used to render his artistic vision of the land. Although I seek my own vision as an artist, it is certainly true that Sandzen has been a major influence.
As an artist working in photography my goal is to produce photographs that are both technically excellent and a visually pleasing rendering of my artistic vision. In the end a photograph isn’t a portrayal of what you, either the photographer or the viewer see, it’s an expression of what you feel. I hope my photographs accomplish this for you and I hope you enjoy them. Thank you very much for your interest.
David J. Drew
Somewhere North of the Arkansas and South of the Platte
©David J. Drew. All photographs are the exclusive intellectual property of David J. Drew and are protected under United States copyright law and the Berne International Copyright Convention.