Originally from Vermilion, Kevin now resides in Westlake. He travels extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe, capturing those experiences through his photography. I’m happy to welcome him as one of the shop’s artists with his metal prints!
“Having a lifelong appreciation for the arts, a resourceful eye and a knack for creating things, I decided to share my vision of high-quality fine art decor with an emphasis on unique photography. With the support of family and friends who have enjoyed my photography and custom picture framing over the years, I created Wall Zenmore, an online gallery offering fine art prints, framed prints, canvas prints, and metal prints.”
To view Kevin’s entire gallery, please visit his website at WallZenmore
Rosie Faulds and her husband, Don, of Galion, Ohio, have shared a mutual love of photography and nature for many years. Rosie’s passion is creating handcrafted greeting cards by combining their photography and her calligraphy. Don’s passion is not only photography, but also his artistic ability to create snow sculptures that Rosie then photographs and uses on her cards.
They both enjoy all that Vermilion offers, especially sailing and visiting with friends, walking local beaches hunting beach glass and treasures, all the while “chasing the light” in search of yet another photo opportunity!
You will definitely find ‘just the right card’ with Rosie and Don’s collection of summer beach themed, birthday, sympathy, thinking of you, Thanksgiving and Christmas, or choose a card that’s blank inside for your own message.
“Art in all its forms has been a very strong intellectual personal motivation throughout the years, so my ongoing maturation and growth as a Fine Art photographer seems quite natural, and at the same time very challenging and exciting! The process of photographic imagery ” creation” goes much further than the simple ” taking” of the photograph, since it necessitates a good amount of vision, creativity and curiosity, besides all the technical attributes, and I find immense satisfaction in the sequence leading from that initial “moment of vision” to the final printing act, which is the perfect culmination for a fleeting instant to become permanent reality.”
Marcello is a native of Italy, so naturally a lot of his images are from “home”, which enables us to travel vicariously through his captured sights and events.
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