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Jon Glaser

Images by Jon Evan

Delray Beach, FL

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There is something fulfilling about capturing a moment in time�particularly as the sun makes its first or last appearance. My photographic work reflects an affinity for movement and sound; the latter reminiscent of a song, starting calmly, building strength, power and energy, until the shutter releases and the image is recorded as the ultimate crescendo.

While I am mostly drawn to the grand landscape, my portfolio includes macro, still life and abstract work as well, showcasing a relationship between color and light.

Born and raised in Southern California, South Florida has been my home for more than 20 years.

While photography has always been an inherent part of my life, I began my career as a fine art photographer following my retirement from restorative dentistry. As a firm believer in learning by doing, I worked on honing my craft at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, Old School Square in Delray Beach and the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, as well as working with professional photographers at workshops around the country.

I currently reside in Delray Beach with my wife, our two border collies and camera-shy boxer mix.

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NOTE: All photographs have been minimally processed with Photoshop (very minor manipulation/adjustment). Images depict a true representation of both location and visualization. Please contact me with any questions.
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All images are available on Fine Art America or,

As signed artist proofs in the following sizes:
13"x19" unframed on Luster photographic paper
17"x25" unframed on Luster photographic paper
20"x30" Printed on Metallic and Mounted on Plexiglass

Artist proofs are limited to a total of 9 editions in a particular size. They are signed and numbered on the back of the photograph. They also include a Certificate of Authenticity.

In addition, I use the latest technology, the highest-quality papers, and newest archival inks on my signed prints. They include a 5mm white border to ensure proper handling and to minimize the potential for fingerprints.

 

Collapsed Colorado by Jon Glaser

 

Lone Tree in the Palouse by Jon Glaser

 

Beauty of the Open Road by Jon Glaser

 

Solitary Oak by Jon Glaser

 

Wish it Would Never End by Jon Glaser

 

Deserted Farmland by Jon Glaser

 

Twilight on the Palouse by Jon Glaser

 

Fierce Waves by Jon Glaser

 

Booming Swell by Jon Glaser

 

Booming Swell II by Jon Glaser

 

Ease in My Eyes by Jon Glaser

 

Ease in My Eyes II by Jon Glaser

 

Colorado Calm by Jon Glaser

 

Deep Dark Forest by Jon Glaser

 

Deep Dark Forest II by Jon Glaser

 

Haystack After Sunset by Jon Glaser

 

Fictional by Jon Glaser

 

The Sea Rushes In by Jon Glaser

 

Sea Stack in Oregon by Jon Glaser

 

Enjoy the Color by Jon Glaser

 

Gathered on the Island by Jon Glaser

 

Cluster on Kauai by Jon Glaser

 

Wonder by Jon Glaser

 

Palms of Kauai by Jon Glaser

 

Cattle on the Farm by Jon Glaser

 

Barn in the Palouse by Jon Glaser

 

Parked Out Front by Jon Glaser

 

Grazing in the Palouse by Jon Glaser

 

Isolation on the Plains by Jon Glaser

 

Floating Clouds by Jon Glaser

 

Herd of Clouds by Jon Glaser

 

Taking in the Park by Jon Glaser

 

Jenny Lake in the Morning II by Jon Glaser

 

Crisp Morning by Jon Glaser

 

View Thru the Fence by Jon Glaser

 

Above the Lake by Jon Glaser

 

Jenny Lake in the Morning by Jon Glaser

 

Waimea on a Good Day by Jon Glaser

 

Waimea on a Good Day II by Jon Glaser

 

Mormon Barn by Jon Glaser

 

Swept Out by Jon Glaser

 

Smoothing Out Kauai II by Jon Glaser

 

Smoothing Out Kauai by Jon Glaser

 

Fun on the Rocks by Jon Glaser

 

Let the Dance Begin by Jon Glaser

 

Swept Out by Jon Glaser

 

Sun Star by Jon Glaser

 

Reflected Palms on the Myakka by Jon Glaser