Alaska Art Bank

Ron Niebrugge Alaska, Chugach, Photos, Shameless Self Promotion, Travel 16 Comments

Gallery wrapped canvas print of the Copper River Delta, Chugach National Forrest, Alaska.

Gallery wrapped canvas print of the Copper River Delta, Chugach National Forrest, Alaska.

I am very, very honored to have an image selected for the Alaska Art Bank.  The State of Alaska hasn’t added to their art collection since 2001, and only selected 17 pieces of art out of 556 entries from 110 Alaskan artists!  I am so proud to be included among such a small group of artists.

I captured this photo a couple of years ago from a helicopter with the door removed.  I have shot from helicopters many times in Alaska and California – it is a blast!

We don’t offer canvas wraps on our on-line shopping cart, but have had a number of people special order them – they turn our great, and are ready for hanging.

Comments 16

  1. Wow Ron, thats really great – congratulations! The print is just beautiful, but the gloves, I’m not so sure there your style 😉

  2. Wow! Congratulations, Ron! You are very worthy.

    Love the picture of you too!

    All the best from the sunny West (Australia).

  3. Congrats! And a great shot too! I personally love printing on canvas. It’s a really nice effect and for some images I think even looks better than a paper print.

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    Thanks a lot everyone!

    Rick – I figured I would hear about the glove!

    I agree Mike, the canvas is a nice look. And, you don’t have to frame it.

  5. The canvasses are great — I have one at home and they seem to be very popular . I am hoping to get my husband to come to Alaska with me!!Going back to your bear cubs — it was me that got the photostream wrong . The cubs are in” ksfarms” photostream — Alaska. They are similar but I don’t think they were taken in the same place . See what you think!!

  6. Congratulations … and wow! (I say that a lot when I see another one of Ron’s images.) More incredible work, Ron; awesome vermiculations and light.

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    Thanks Nina! I took a look – those are different cubs in a different National Park, but very cute!

    Hi Michael – I have read about those and would like to try them out one of these days – sounds interesting.

    Thanks again everyone!

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