We now have a new option for purchasing Mark Hammon's photography – We have setup an online store and portfolio at FineArtAmerica.com, one of the internet’s biggest online art galleries. Mark will be using this site to show and sell work from his extended and extensive portfolio of image. From this site you can view and purchase Mark’s photographs in many formats and with many options including canvas wraps and framed images. Mark’s extended portfolio on FineArtAmerica.com can be seen here.
Nine Years on the Playa
Mark Hammon will present a slide show taken from nine years of photographing Burning Man. This is his attempt to capture the art, people, performances and all the craziness that is the Burning Man Festival. Through his photography the experience he attempts to give us is his explanation on the unexplainable. If you have been to Burning Man or have an interest in what happens out on the Black Rock Desert every year, this slide show should be a fun visual feast. Nine Years on the Playa is part of the Winter Slide Series at Buenos Grill in Reno NV (Buenos Grill, 3892 A Mayberry Dr.) that will happen every Wednesday Night at 7pm, January 16th to March 6th. Mark’s slide show will be on February 27 at 7pm, I hope you all can make it.
New Portfolio Section
Over the last week or so I have been updating the web site to include a new portfolio section. The new portfolios will have a lot of new features including high resolution previews and the ability to purchase images right from the web page. Printing and delivery will be handled by well-respected Bay Photo. As always you can contact me if you are interested in custom printed images or special sizes.
Photo River Blog - I have started a photo blog, where I am posting one image at the top of the home page and the older pictures flow down. There is now over 50 images posted and a new photo is posted often. The photos can be viewed in hi-res and even purchased as prints.
The Last Few Years - Exhibit in Reno,NV
'The Last Few Years' is a show of some of my favorite and recent regional work. February 9th to March 14th 2011 with an Artist Reception February 25th, 5pm to 7pm. The exhibit is at Rubicon Deli located at 445 California Avenue, Reno Nevada. The show consists of 10 photographs taken from 2009 to present and taken in and around the Reno area. The show includes many photographs that have never been shown previously.
Daily Photo Blog
Photo River Blog - I have started a daily photo blog, where I am posting one image each day at the top of the home page and the older pictures flow down. There is not over 50 images posted and a new photo is posted every day. The photos can be viewed in hi-res and even purchased as prints.
Truckee River Gallery Featured Artist
Truckee River Gallery is now exclusively featuring the Photography of Mark Hammon. There is a large selection of his work including old favorites like First Light on Donner and Edge of the Storm and new works. You can order Framed and Unframed photographs, plus order photographs in custom sizes. Truckee River Gallery is at 11 North Sierra St. #100, Reno NV 89501 – Right next door to Century Riverside Theater on the Truckee River Walk.
2nd Fine Art Poster - Morning Light on Mt. Whitney
Just released my Second Fine Art Poster – Morning Light on Mt. Whitney. You can get more information
Truckee River Gallery Miniature Show
I am participating in the Truckee River Gallery Miniatures Show that is running through the end of the year. I have more than 20 images ranging from 3”x3” to 8”x10” with prices as low as $35. This might be a great gift idea for you
Winter Aspen on Mt. Rose – Fine Art Poster
Just released my first Fine Art Poster – Winter Aspen on Mt. Rose. You can get more information here!
Friends of Nevada Wilderness Calendar
I am honored to have 2 of my photographs chosen for the 2010 Friends of Nevada Wilderness Calendar. This is a great organization; I would highly recommend you help them as you can. Go here for information on how to purchase the calendar.
Hunter Creek Falls
The Last Few Years - Exhibit
Winter Aspen on Mt. Rose