Jeff Colburn, a Fine Art photographer in northern Arizona, has six of his photographs hanging in the Business Assistance Center (821 N. Main St., Cottonwood, AZ) for the month of December. The BAC is open Monday through Friday from 8am – 5pm.
"This is the first business to display my Fine Art photographs for a one-month show," Jeff said.
Jeff's photographs show not only the wonder and beauty of nature, but they also record the vanishing West. "I’ve been photographing old buildings, cars and mining equipment that are in danger of disappearing forever," Jeff said. "I have photographs of buildings that no longer exist and cars that are rusting away. It’s a part of our heritage that needs to be recorded for future generations.”
There are many businesses in northern Arizona that offer venues for artists to show their work to the public. This serves two purposes. First, it allows businesses to decorate their facility with beautiful artwork. And second, it gives artists like Jeff a chance to not only show their creativity, but also the beauty and history of Arizona.
Jeff is an 18-year resident of northern Arizona, and has been a photographer for over 35 years.
He ran his own freelance photography business in southern California for many years. Currently he has a stock photography business (http://www.StockPhotosArizona.com) and Fine Art Print business (http://www.JeffColburn.com). Jeff is also a published writer, with his articles being used by over 100 businesses, publications and websites.
Jeff's photographs are also on permanent display at The New State Motor Building (110 Main St., Jerome, AZ, across the street from Grapes Restaurant and down the stairs).
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