Bruce Tinch, Fine Artist

BRUCE TINCH,
Contemporary Abstract Artist
original paintings • fine art photography

 

ABSTRACT PAINTINGS
Landscape PaintingsHacienda Series
Landscape PaintingsLiving Color Series
Landscape PaintingsNova Series
Landscape PaintingsMinimal Series
Landscape PaintingsHeart to Heart Series

WILDFLOWERS/FLORAL/NATURE
Landscape PaintingsPaintings
Abstract PaintingsPhotography

ABSTRACT PHOTOGRAPHY

CADDO LAKE
Landscape PaintingsPhotography
Landscape PaintingsOil Paintings

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ABOUT MY WILDFLOWER, FLORAL AND NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY

The challenge with shooting something as beautiful as a flower or a landscape is to go beyond the direct recording of it and do it in a way that tells a deeper story or reveals something different about an already perfect part of nature.

My job with a camera is to find the image, photograph it at just the right time, at just the right angle and to get to the heart of the matter.

I try to keep it very simple and let nature tell its story, with me and the viewer as simply spectators.

 

CADDO LAKE, PLACE OF DREAMSCaddo Lake Photography
Arlington Museum of Art
201 W. Main, Arlington, TX
Date TBA

"Caddo Lake, Place of Dreams" is an exhibition of Original Paintings, Drawings and Fine Art Photography by Bruce Tinch. The exhibit celebrates the contribution of Mrs. Lady Bird Johnson and her life-time of work dedicated to natural conservation and beautification programs using wildflowers, as well as her work for wetland conservation and anti-litter campaigns. Viewers will be emerged in a unique total experience of the senses including natural swamp sounds playing through the museum, tanks of live water lilies in the main museum lobby, and tree limbs covered with Spanish moss.

The exhibition was launched at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, Texas in September 2008 and was claimed by the Center as the best exhibition they ever housed, attracting a large attendance from all over the U.S.