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There they were at the farmer's market, stuffed in a jar. There is something so young and feminine about this image, like fairies dancing at dawn. The colors are rare and perfect for that young lady's room.

 

Studio Prints are created from the same master image file used for the Fine Art collection. The only difference is the size. Each image is printed on archival grade photographic paper measuring 22 by 30 inches. The actual image size will vary depending on the photo.

The goal is to provide you with a high quality original print, suitable for framing, at an affordable cost. Each print will ship rolled in a sturdy mailing tube which keeps the costs down. So enjoy. Pick several of your favorite images and create a collage or share them as gifts. It’s easy and their beauty keeps shining day after day.

Studio Print Details

Photograph's Name: Sweet Pea
Print Subject: Botanical
Print Shape: Vertical
Media Type: Archival Paper, Unmounted
Total Paper Size: 30 inches tall by 24 inches wide
Image Size: 24 inches tall by 16 inches wide
Type of Flower: Sweet Peas
Dominant Print Colors: Purple
Pink
Green
Lavender
Location of Photograph: Solvang, California
Artist's Edition: Studio Production

Artist Details

Artist's Name: Michael Mendizza
Artist's Location: Solvang, California, USA
Artist's Technique: Original Photography

Michael Mendizza

Michael is an author, educator, documentary filmmaker and founder of Touch the Future, a nonprofit learning design center. He is the author of two books: Magical Parent-Magical Child, the Art of Joyful Parenting, co-authored with Joseph Chilton Pearce, applies research on optimum states to parenting and to education and Flowering, a collection of dramatic floral images and quotes by Krishnamurti.

His visual arts began early. Being mildly dyslexic as a child symbolic language was challenging. Compensating he picked up a camera at age twelve and began his photographic carrier. His technical skills were sharpened working in high school and college in a local retail camera store and shot weddings on weekends. This lead to a degree in film, television and theater which evolved into independent documentary production throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, North Africa and India.

His current photography portfolio emerged from the simple and personal pleasure of just taking pictures. Then large format printers became available and he could go big, something he always wanted to do but the cost was prohibited. Now it’s not. Opening the gallery provided walls for display and a steady audience. With some amazement others loved the images he loved and here we are.

It is the composition, a way of seeing that shapes his style, often relying on pattern, shape, implied movement, texture and dramatic natural lighting. The Zen-Garden seascapes are especially unique. A precise combination of shutter speed and time of day, moments after the sunsets, creates a paintbrush effect that captures the energy and movement of the ocean, contrasted to stationary rocks. This is, in fact, what the Zen Garden represents, raked sand being the ocean moving effortlessly around rocks, a philosophy and a peaceful way of life.

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