This is a close up photograph of a live owl by photographer Steven Daniel. Daniel is known for his humorous photographs. The eyes are colored yellow (their natural color) on a black and white photo.
The photo is printed on a bright white canvas and gallery-wrapped onto stretcher bars, with the image showing on the edges. The quality is stunning!
The size is 16"x24" This photograph sells for $160 on my web site. This is an Etsy Special.The same quality, even better price :)
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ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Steven Daniel is an award-winning photojournalist. His work has been published both nationally and internationally.
Mr. Daniel developed a strong interest in black & white fine-art photography after seeing a book of photographic portraits by Diane Arbus. An exhibition by Henry Cartier-Bresson at the International Center of Photography in New York City fired his imagination, and his passion for documentary photography began.
He studied at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan majoring in Photography and studying under renowned photojournalist Stephen Shames and master printer Sidney Kaplan.
During the 1980s he worked as a freelance photographer in New York City where his work appeared in: The New York Times, USA Today, New York Daily News, People Magazine, The National Law Journal
In Connecticut, where he lived and worked for 20 years, before his recent move to Pennsylvania, his work as a photographer for the Greenwich and the Stamford newspapers, won him many state and regional awards. "I think that newspaper work is the best photographic training available, Daniel wrote, "The pace is fast, the standards are high and the experience is broad-based." It is from this work that Daniel’s light, often humorous work emerges.
His photographs have been exhibited at: The Katonah Museum, Mattatuck Museum, Museum of Art, Science & Industry, The Rosenthal Gallery, The Broad Street Gallery, Silvermine Guild Galleries, Greenwich Arts Center Gallery, Sacred Heart University, Iona College, Labriola Gallery and Galleria d’Arte.