Tulip

Tulip

from 195.00

We knew we wanted a collection dedicated exclusively to Earth. In recognition that everything we see is Earth. Reconfigured into this and that. You and me. Redwood and dahlia. Stone and sea. Leaf and sky. Of all things most yielding.

These images represent personal favorites created over the last 25+ years. They’re offered in the intention to uplift, inspire, and activate the best in everyone who comes in contact with them. Whether on the wall in a home, business, restaurant, or resort this vision is the same. Bring the beauty of Earth indoors.

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FINISHING OPTIONS

  • FLOATING : an archival, photographic print mounted to aluminum and covered with a durable UV matte laminate. A recessed frame is then mounted to the back so the image ‘floats’ off the wall for a clean, clear, edge-to-edge experience of the full image. Available in three sizes (note: all sacred-geometry / golden-rectangle proportions).

  • TRADITIONAL : a 100% cotton, archival photographic print matted, signed, and framed behind glass within a thick, black, wooden frame. Offered here in the medium size (note: with the image in golden-rectangle proportions).


Each finished piece of art is hand-created to order.
Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
Contact us anytime with questions / to get pricing on custom sizes.

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”When I came across the tulip garden during a commissioned project of a personal residence I knew there was an image in there somewhere. With the macro lens I found myself dancing around the shapes and colors where the ability to focus on just fractions of an inch is possible. Back in the studio I had a range of variations where the focusing would shift ever-so-slightly. In ways that changed the feel of the image relative to how it invites us into it. Which is part of what I so love about photography. The way a lens captures focus in ways even our miraculous eyes can not. Here’s my favorite from that series as yet another ode to this amazing planet we call Home.”

— RB