Our standard size is 8×10 prints, but we are glad to discuss printing other sizes. Contact Katie Tuten, email@example.com to ask about our framing services as well.
And don’t forget our beautiful collection of cards, magnets and ornaments, all made from photos taken by ASV artists.
THANK YOU very much for joining us in support of all of the artists!
I have been with ASV for a long time, so now I am always ready to shoot pictures when that big moment is within sight.
I think that is a perfect image of Jesus. It contains all the elements of his story and it depicts his serenity and wisdom.
I snapped White Sox rookie #79 Jose Abreau, because I think he will lead the Sox to victory.
I love the clouds all lit up. It was as if I was receiving a postcard, it was so perfect.
This is my first year with ASV, but when Jody told me that ‘photography’ literally means, “writing with light,” I knew I found a way to “write down” my love of running and exploring.
When I’m out, any moment can be a ‘Kodak’ moment that I will try to “write down” and remember.
I love light and its shadows; sunrises and sunsets, light spilling into buildings and onto the lake, rivers, and the tall buildings of the city.
Photography is a way to dive into the natural world and snap momentos of those beautiful moments.
I was walking along and the “moment” jumped out at me when I saw the light behind the building and the tree branch in front of it. It was like the building framed the tree. Being a nature lover, I thought it was a great picture.
This opportunity has been such a blessing that I am considering photography as a career.
My pictures tell the story of the city’s skyline as a chameleon. From sun up, to sun down, and through the night, the skyline is always changing. My photos reflect the three phases of a full day in Chicago as expressed by the shifting appearance of the skyline.
It’s great fun to walk around and take pictures. I love to capture pictures that brighten your mood. You never know when something will fire your imagination. It could be peoples’ legs, colors, flowers, a lit Christmas tree or twinkling stars. If it looks good, I’ll snap it.
Even in a sprawling major city you can find spots that are beautiful, tranquil and lush. You can leave all the hard edges of the streets and escape to a softer place, stare at the sky and the greenery, take a breather and let your imagination flow.
Every picture I take is special. In shooting the manhole cover, cars stopped for me. They could have run me down, but they didn’t!
In the umbrella picture, it felt great to be protected by all those statues with umbrellas. I became a protected member of the group.
The sculpture reminds me of times when I was on the balance beam or balancing on skates; how brave.
I look for the light; sun rises, sunsets, or simply the glow of reflected light.
I try to catch what the light reveals. Those moments are beautiful and peaceful. Each of these pictures glow, and that absolutely warms me.