Chris has lived on Vancouver Island for over 30 years. He loves to photograph the landscape and natural beauty of this diversified Island. One week he will be visiting the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve exploring the beaches of the wild West Coast. The next week, if in the winter, he maybe snowshoeing in Strathcona Park and Paradise Meadows. His daily walks take him along the shoreline of Comox Valley on the east coast of Vancouver Island. He has also captured many images of the Interior Forests journeying around the Island. He is a Member of the Comox District Mountaineering Club and hikes extensively on the less precipitous routes enjoyed by this active Club. For several years Chris taught in the Professional Photography Programme at North Island College.For his photographic education, Chris has attended workshops with Bruce Barnbaum, Don Kirby, Brooks Jensen and Freeman Patterson. Chris's images are available in a variety of sizes from 8 x 10 to 50 x 30 in paper & in canvas prints
Martin Kaspers has been a photographic artist for the last 30 years, progressing from photographic prints to canvas giclées. In this time, he has learned to take his photographs and transform them using the dark room to works of art. In recent times he has also added the digital tools to his creations.
Martin’s work is now available in a number of galleries in western Canada.
The art pieces in this on line gallery reflect the emotions that each scene brought to the artist. All of these images are available in limited edition canvas giclées as well as limited edition fine art prints.
Martin's images are available in a variety of sizes from 8 x 10 to 50 x 30,
in paper & in canvas.