It is my pleasure to announce that The Ansel Adams Gallery is once again sponsoring a special print sale of two of my photographs, offering a 25% discount off the normal price.
Visit The Ansel Adams Gallery for more info or to purchase a print.
Although I generally prefer creating intimate landscape images, when presented with the classic grandeur of this scene with such epic weather and light, I naturally couldn’t resist trying to capture it. Starting before dawn, I photographed two hours of spectacular lighting and swirling clouds and felt blessed to have witnessed it!
I have been photographing the dogwood of Yosemite Valley for 40 years. My favorite locations are along the Merced River where their branches hang gracefully over the rushing water. I love how these branches form a tapestry effect above the river’s rushing spring runoff.
From The Ansel Adams Gallery:
“From time to time on our website, we are thrilled to offer collectors, friends and fellow art lovers, a chance to purchase two never-before-printed images by one of our distinguished Gallery artists at a discounted price, prior to its availability within the general market place.
This month, in celebration of spring in Yosemite, we are offering two complementary images from William Neill: “Dogwood Tapestry, ” and “Clearing Spring Storm.” While Bill’s original prints normally sell in these sizes up to $450, you can now add one to your private collection for 25% off the initial retail price. Each photograph is made by Mr. Neill in his studio, printed to current archival standards, signed, as well as mounted, matted and ready for framing. The time to purchase will begin at 9:00 AM Pacific Time on Monday, May 14th and will expire upon the close of business, Sunday, May 20th at 6:00 PM. Once the offer has expired, we anticipate an order fulfillment time of approximately four to six weeks to ensure the quality of each individual order. This inaugural printing offer is available for a very limited time, after which, the print will return to full price.
Email our curator, Evan Russel, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions about the prints or shipping.”