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WindyCraigArt

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I've been taking pictures since I was a kid. My dad always had his film camera with him whenever we went. When the pandemic hit, I decided to just commit and make photography my life's work.

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Childhood road trips sparked a love for open landscapes and a sense of adventure. This artwork, inspired by that feeling, uses surreal elements to capture the magic I found in contrasting environments – the vastness of the desert and the promise of life near water.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/dont-be-afraid-to-get-lost-thats-where-magic-happens-w-craig-photography.html?newartwork=true

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This piece explores the complex emotions I have towards the ocean. The beauty and vastness are undeniable, yet the power and unknown depths can be frightening. The vintage Ford LTD from a childhood beach trip represents both the comfort of family and the thrill of venturing into the unknown.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/where-the-road-less-traveled-meets-the-reef-unexplored-w-craig-photography.html?newartwork=true

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I've always been fascinated by abandoned structures and their ability to tell stories. In 'Lacuna Lucidity,' I combined this fascination with the power of windows as symbols of possibility. The result is a surreal dreamscape that invites you to find your own meaning.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/lacuna-lucidity-w-craig-photography.html?newartwork=true

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Texas woodlands, with their gnarled live oaks and vibrant undergrowth, whisper stories. "Echoes of Laughter in the Long Grass" blends my love of weathered barns with nostalgia, a reminder that joy lingers in unexpected places.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/echoes-of-laughter-in-the-long-grass-w-craig-photography.html?newartwork=true

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A sterile Austin hospital hallway sparked this piece. Juxtaposing its coldness with nature, I weaved in elements from a past work to remind us: hope and dreams bloom even in unexpected places.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/chasing-daydreams-down-the-hallway-w-craig-photography.html?newartwork=true

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Black & white's simplicity lets love's emotions bloom. Inspired by nature's strength, "The Rustic Elopement" captures an intimate elopement, a love story whispered beneath a veil.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-rustic-elopement-w-craig-photography.html?newartwork=true

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This piece combines my lifelong fascination with flowers and the calming energy of the beach. The stairs represent the journeys we take in life, and the unexpected beauty that emerges when our passions collide.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/where-nature-takes-the-stairs-w-craig-photography.html?newartwork=true

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This piece, "Whisperings in the Wildwood," was born from my lifelong fascination with gothic narratives and the captivating beauty of flowers. The image is a fusion of these two elements, where vibrant blooms stand guard over a mysterious gateway hidden within the shadows.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/whisperings-in-the-wildwood-a-fairy-tale-beckons-w-craig-photography.html?newartwork=true

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This piece was inspired by a childhood road trip with my siblings. We may have been in a beat-up car, but the sense of adventure and the world's beauty made it feel magical.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-magic-is-in-the-journey-w-craig-photography.html?newartwork=true

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I've always been fascinated by the imagery of nebulae – these swirling clouds of gas and dust that hold the potential for new stars. This piece combines that celestial wonder with the gracefulness of butterflies, a creature known for its transformation.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/whispers-from-the-butterfly-nebula-w-craig-photography.html?newartwork=true

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It's interesting to note that the ocean frequently appears in my dreams. While I reside several hours from the Gulf Coast, the sea's power and mystery have always held a certain fascination for me, along with a hint of trepidation.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-oceans-whisper-and-the-hearts-roar-w-craig-photography.html

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I have always been fascinated by and scared of the sea. I don't know what's in it, but exploring is an adventure. Imagine living literally right on top of it. And having a spiral staircase to go down to really face it.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/where-the-wild-things-are-welcomed-w-craig-photography.html

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This collage combines my photography with textures from Pexels. Green grass, captured by my lens, stretches beneath a blue sky I painted myself. A barn, outlined from Pexels, is in the meadow. My photos of roses, bursting with color are in the middle ground. My photographs of close-up of giant grass, adorns the barn.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-day-the-world-forgot-to-be-small-w-craig-photography.html

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The Oracle of Asphalt and Wood. The world seen through the trees is my previous work entitled The Improbable Abode. My collages are made from my own photos, old family photos, and stock photos from pexels and pixabay.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-oracle-of-asphalt-and-wood-w-craig-photography.html

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