Art Wolfe is an American photographer, television host, conservationist, photography teacher and artist. He is most notably known for his color photographs of wildlife, nature and cultures.
Art Wolfe…as seen on television’s PBS Network, is currently the most
widely recognized photographer in the world, second only to the late
Ansel Adams, and has assembled select images to be represented in Gallery Narart.
Art Wolfe Over the course of his 30-year career, photographer Art
Wolfe has worked in hundreds of locations throughout every continent.
Art Wolfe’s photographs are recognized throughout the world for their
mastery of color, composition, and perspective. “Art Wolfe’s
photographs are a superb evocation of some of the most breathtaking
spectacles in the world.” Sir David Attenborough”Art Wolfe’s work
tells a story that is overwhelming, breathtaking and vast.” – Robert
Wolfe’s latest books for 2011 are Dogs Make Us Human,
Regard Sauvage (France), and Animal Art (Germany).
Art Wolfe is theproud recipient of the Photographic Society of America’s Progress Medal for his contribution to the advancement of the art and science of photography; he has been awarded with a coveted Alfred Eisenstaedt Magazine Photography Award and was named Outstanding Nature Photographer of the Year by the North American Nature Photography Association.
Numerous North American and international venues have
featured his traveling exhibits.Wolfe has ventured into the world of
television production with “On Location with Art Wolfe,” “Techniques
of the Masters” and as host of “American Photo’s Safari,” which aired
on ESPN 1993-1995. In May 2007 Art made his public television debut
with the high definition series “Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge,” an
intimate and upbeat series that offers unique insights on nature,
culture, and the new realm of digital photography. Art Wolfe maintains
his gallery, stock agency, production company, and digital photography
school in his hometown Seattle.