Monday, January 9, 2012

Featured Etsian: Deanna Jones

I love this photo by  SierraPhotoNV



This is an original fine art photograph (8x12 print) of a green vine creeping over purple flower petal covered concrete. The photo is signed by the artist (Deanna Jones).

This photograph is printed on premium quality Kodak Professional Supra Endura archival paper with a luster finish. Your print will be shipped in a cardboard mailer to ensure its safe arrival to you.

This listing is for the PRINT ONLY. For ready to hang photographs, please visit our shop:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/SierraPhotoNV?section_id=10728925

Other sizes of this print are available. It is also available mounted, matted, or framed and ready to hang. To request a custom size or finish, or to discuss framing options, please convo us:
www.etsy.com/convo_new.php?to_username=sierraphotonv

We are happy to offer international shipping! For information regarding shipping and returns, please view our policies:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/SierraPhotoNV/policy

For more photo listings, please return to our shop:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/SierraPhotoNV


About

Sierra Photography consists of a two person team, Daniel Clark (of DanJClarkPhoto.com) and Deanna Jones (that’s me, I’m website-less). Photography has been in both of our lives since childhood. My mother is a photographer, so I was exposed to cameras as soon as I could hold one. In my favorite family video of Daniel, he is around two years old, lifting a plastic camera toward the videographer and saying “Cam-mer. Cam-mer.” He jokes that clip will be featured on his E! True Hollywood Story someday.

Daniel and I met in our early teens. He had been making art, including photography, for a while by then. As I was admiring his work, I offhandedly mentioned that I wished I was able to take photos as beautiful as his. He said “Why don’t you, then?” Without a good answer, I went home and began to photograph with my mother’s equipment.

After high school, Daniel and I went separate ways. He attended the University of Nevada, Reno and graduated with a B.A. in Photography, minor in Journalism. He now photographs for the major metropolitan newspaper in our area. I attended university for X-Ray, and maintain photography as a hobby. A bit before Daniel's college graduation, we came into face-to-face contact for the first time since our teens. The short version is that we fell in love, and are going to be married in May of 2012. I like to think we are a true story of how art brings people together.

Photography is our passion, and we are lucky to be able to work together to share it with you. Thank you so much for stopping by!
 

SierraPhotoNV's Shop Announcement

Our shop features original fine art nature, urban, and surreal photographs. All prints are on premium archival paper and artist signed.

We are happy to offer international shipping! Please see our shop policies for more information.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/SierraPhotoNV/policy
  Shop link:  http://www.etsy.com/shop/SierraPhotoNV
 
The Interview:
 
 
Tell the readers about yourself:

Sierra Photography consists of a two person team, Daniel Clark (of
DanJClarkPhoto.com) and Deanna Jones (that’s me, I’m website-less). Our shop features beautiful fine art prints. Photography is our passion, and we are lucky to be able to share it through Etsy.

Besides creating, what other hobbies do you have?

Daniel and I really enjoy the outdoors. We like to camp, fish, ride 4-wheelers, basically anything that gets us out of the city for a little while.

Where does your inspiration come from?

I can't really speak for Daniel on this one, but my inspiration comes from whatever is around me at the time. I really believe that there is something worth photographing in every situation, every environment. I try to keep my camera with me on every outing just in case something catches my eye.

Where would you like to be in 10 years?

Daniel's degree is in photography with a minor in journalism. He chose these courses of study because he is interested in photojournalism, and in ten years I really think he'd like to be a staff photographer at a major newspaper. As photography isn't what I went to school for, it's hard for me to say where I'd like to be in ten years as far as our art goes. Hopefully it will still be something that I can maintain in addition to my career in the medical field.

 

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