Currently based in New York City, photographer J Henry Fair uses his medium to contribute to environmental activism. In the series ‘Industrial Scars’, he presents the effect of toxic waste on the environment.
Photo Gallery: Abstraction of Destruction
Henry Fair’s work might remind you of paintings by Abstract Expressionists like Willem De Kooning or Clyfford Still, but unfortunately for the health of our planet, it's not.
Eye-Opening Landscape Photos Explore the Environmental Cost of Human Impact
Daniel Beltr is globally recognized for his stunning aerial landscape photography.
See The World Through Andy’s Eyes
Diane Tuft Captures The Beauty Of A Disappearing Landscape
Environmental fine art photographer based in New York, NY.
La La Loving
autumnal colours - maroon, terracotta, pinks and blues
J. Henry Fair Photographs Toxic Waste
Rio Tinto Mine by J Henry Fair on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.
Hunting Industrial Scenes By Edward Burtynsky
Hunting Industrial Scenes By Edward Burtynsky | iGNANT.com
‘What should be pristine white is littered with blue’ – Timo Lieber’s Arctic photography
THAW by Timo Lieber will be available to see for the first time at Bonhams , 101 New Bond Street, London Monday 20 February to COB Thursday 24 February - daily.
Paul Klee, "Small Room in Venice" (via Wikipaintings)
Tornado sucks up a rainbow. Probably a once in a lifetime pic INSPO/amazing/Only God could create such Beauty/
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Vancouver-based photographer and artist Vishal Marapon creates bright, graphic compositions that border on hyperrealism and delight the eye.