Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Wheels of Fortune by Jim Simak
Pedal To The Metal by Jim Simak
A River Runs Into It by Jim Simak
Kayak Reserved by Jim Simak
Copper Boom by Jim Simak
Clear the Way by Jim Simak
Perfect Ending by Jim Simak
Always On by Jim Simak
Copper Country Monument by Jim Simak
Silent Light by Jim Simak
Upbound by Jim Simak
Fall Fire by Jim Simak
Inner Space by Jim Simak
Natures Zen Garden by Jim Simak
Soar Like A What by Jim Simak
Stoned by Jim Simak
Sketch In Time by Jim Simak
Heavy Metal by Jim Simak
Can You Be-Leaf It by Jim Simak
Attention to Detail by Jim Simak
Sailors De Light by Jim Simak
It's The Berries by Jim Simak
Lake Carving by Jim Simak
Where The Pine Needles Go by Jim Simak
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About Jim Simak
A long time photographer pioneering the early 1970s battle for photography and photographers to be able to be accepted in fine arts shows when photography was not regarded as a fine art. He has been awarded many Best of Shows in fine arts fairs over the years. Jim currently does few shows and has some of his work at galleries in the areas where he focuses his work. Fine Art America provides Jim "reach" for more to hopefully enjoy his work. His photography has been published in a number of periodicals and other publications. Jim's work focuses on nature and Americana and "anything else that strikes my eye" as evidenced by his FAA images. Much of his recent work is from the beautiful Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan where he lives part-time. You are welcome to visit his Michigan site which is primarily for the purpose of acquainting people with the area through images and information. You can find the WEB at www.whalerockimages.com
He considers himself a "shooter" and keeps things simple to be able to respond to the moment. By his definition he is not a technical photographer and rather relies on his eye for subject, composition, texture, color, lighting, "and whatever else helps." He uses both 35MM film and digital Nikon equipment. Jim tends to appreciate the beauty of things short lived as if to compensate for their short stay. He also keeps his nose to the ground where he finds many subjects often overlooked by most. He does not live by photography alone which allows him the flexibility to shoot what he wants and not be driven by the market need. He rarely uses any imaging tools to alter his work.
You can find a larger photo image selection at my other WEB site: http://photography2fineart.com
If you have an interest in specific subject matter, feel feel to contact Jim and he will consider either including them in his FAA gallery or consider shooting additional material.
Thanks for stopping by.