CRAIG LOVELL'S ARTIST BIOGRAPHY
I became interested in photography at the age of 12 when I took my first darkroom class and discovered the book “The Family of Man”. Since then photography has been my passion and I continue to explore the unlimited ways the medium can be used for self-expression.
It has been encouraging for me to see the acceptance of fine art photography expand from primarily black & white landscape imagery to include a wide variety of subjects and techniques. Each image I include in my Fine Art Portfolios must pass my own personal test of good design, lighting, technical quality and that indefinable quality that makes it art.
With a love of the natural world and native cultures, my imagery is global in scope. It is my hope that my photographs will help to promote the preservation of the natural environment and indigenous cultures throughout the world by making the viewer aware of the precious nature of what they are viewing.
FACES OF ASIA: Black & White
Pacific Grove Art Center, Pacific Grove, CA 1988
Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, Portland, OR 1989
Thunderbird Book Store, Carmel, CA 1989
INTO AFRICA: Color
Seaside City Hall Gallery, Seaside, CA 1997
Carmel Valley Manor, Carmel Valley, CA 1998
VANISHING CULTURES OF THE TIBETAN PLATEAU: Color/B&W
Pacific Grove Art Center, Pacific Grove, CA 2000
Illuminating The Path, Los Angeles, CA 2000
FINE ART PORTFOLIOS
Ixchel Ecoluxe Artisan gallery, Carmel, CA 2012
GROUP SHOWS: Various shows and Juried Exhibitions
Photographic Center, Carmel, CAM 1993
Monterey Museum of Art, Monterey, CA 2001 & 2002
Pacific Grove Art Center, Pacific Grove, CA 2004
Monterey Conference Center Gallery, Monterey, CA 2005
Carmel's Outdoor Summer Art Festival - First Place Photography 1994
Purchase Award, Corporate Collection 1995
Best of Show (All Art Divisions) 1996
WHERE TO VIEW FINE ART PRINTS
As well as viewing my images on line you can see my fine art prints in person by arranging an appointment. Please contact Eagle Visions Photography to set up a private showing or find out where work is currently being displayed. Extensive portfolios are on my website at www.eaglevisions.net and of course selected images are on this website.