John Ward's book Colorado: Magnificent Wilderness featured a series of color photographs taken in his home state. Ward has exhibited his photographs widely and is represented in private and public collections, including the Amon Carter Museum, the Detroit Institute of Arts, the El Paso Museum of Art, and the Museum of New Mexico. He lives and works in Estes Park, Colorado.
Ranging in scale from tree bark to the vast emptiness of the desert Southwest, the photographs in Land and Light in the American West provide a visual integration of landscape and ruin, transcendence and decay, that speaks to the powerful forces of nature and culture at work in the West. Inspired by the photography of Eliot Porter and Ansel Adams and their dedication to the natural world, John...
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