Nina Anthony, Taos Photographer

“Window on the World”

 
“Nature’s Lace”
 
 

“Once in a Blue Moon”
 
 

“The Sentry”
 
 

“Tangerine Dream”
 
 

“God’s Window”
 
 

 
“Every Tear is a Waterfall”
 
 
 

“Dreaming of Freedom”
 
 
 

“Abandoned”
 
 
 

“Imaginary Morning”
 

 
“Laid Back”
 
 
 

“Left Hanging”
 
 

“Inferno”
 
 

“Raven’s Warning”
 
 
 

“Vintage Canvas”
 
 

“Enlightenment”
 
 

“A Cowboy with Heart”
 
 
 

“Sunday Morning Congregation”
 
 
 

“The Shroud”
 
 

“Still Life with Cat”
 
 
 

“Divine Light”
 
 

“Colorful Cimarron”
 
 
 

“The Longest Winter”
 
 

“Carpe Diem”
 
 

“Grace of Dawn”
 
 

“Trees are Poems that Earth Writes Against the Sky”
 
 

“Cattle Chute at Lobo Ranch”
 
 

“Autumn Confetti”
 
 

“Classic Taos”
 
 

Artist’s Statement

I believe the most important quality of a photograph, as with all art, is to evoke an emotional response from the viewer. I further believe that what defines a great photographer is the ability to seize the moment and make it theirs. Whether I am capturing a dramatic landscape, a vintage truck, a historic church or a working cowboy, my hope is that viewers get a sense that they are present in that moment and that — if only for an instant — their senses are so aroused so that they can feel the warmth of the evening light, breathe the crisp alpine air, and be comforted by a sense of solace and awe. When I am processing my images, I often experiment with adding layers of painterly, ethereal or distressed texture to the image to help draw the viewer into the scene and transport them into a different world. Through these photographs, I attempt to express my feelings for the locations I visit and to share the wonders of the places and people and culture that I encounter along the way.
 

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