Ltd. Ed. Prints Pt. II

I have picked out a few prints that I’ve never printed before. Each one will be made to order & only available to order until 5/31. Each print is on true photographic paper, developed with chemistry (not an inkjet print). Each single print is $60, matted for $80 or matted & framed for $120 (which is an especially great price for the larger prints). Prints sets are at a special price of $100, matted for $130 or matted & framed for $220. *ALSO*, if you buy two prints or a set, you can pick out a third print on me (it can be from the store, doesn’t have to be chosen from here)! Please contact me via the Info page to order.

“Bitterroot National Forest” Taken w/ the Polaroid 450 & exp. Polaroid Type 667 in the Bitterroot National Forest, MT. 8×10.

“Globe” Taken w/ the Zeiss Ikoflex & exp. Agfa Portrait 160 in Globe, AZ. 10×10.

“Horseshoe Bend” Taken w/ the Polaroid 680 & exp. Impossible PX 600 in Page, AZ. 9×12.

“Highway 83” Taken w/ the Santa Barbara Pinhole & exp. Polaroid Type 59 in southern AZ. 8×10.

“Olpe” Taken w/ the Polaroid 195 & exp. Polaroid Type 669 in the Olpe, KS. 8×10.

“Rialto Beach” Taken w/ the Polaroid 680 & exp. Impossible PX680 in Rialto Beach, WA. 8×8.

“Santan” Taken w/ the Polaroid SX-70 & exp. Impossible PX70 in Santan, AZ. 8×8.

“Glacier” Taken w/ the Polaroid SX-70 & exp. Impossible PX600 in Glacier, MT. 8×8.

“Beartooth Highway” Taken w/ the Polaroid 195 & exp. Polaroid Type 665 on the Beartooth Highway, MT. 8×10.

“Yellowstone” Taken w/ the Polaroid 195 & exp. Polaroid Type 665 in Yellowstone, WY. 8×10.

“Windows Set” Taken w/ the Polaroid 680 & exp. Polaroid Type 600 in Carlisle, PA & Leavenworth, KS. Both are 8×8.

“Santan Set” Taken w/ the Polaroid 680 & exp. Impossible Type PX680 in Santan, AZ. Both are 8×8.

“Hillside Set” Taken w/ the Polaroid SX-70 & exp. Impossible Type PX100 in Hillside, AZ. Both are 8×8.


Ltd. Ed. Prints!

I have picked out a few prints that have been out of print for a while, or I’ve never printed before. Each one will be made to order & only available to order until 5/31. Each print is on true photographic paper, developed with chemistry (not an inkjet print). Each print is $60 (for the larger prints, this is an especially wonderful price), matted for $80 or matted & framed for $120. *ALSO*, if you buy two, you can pick out a third print on me! Please contact me via the Info page to order.

“Paria Rimrocks” Taken w/ the Santa Barbara Pinhole & exp. Polaroid Type 79 at the Paria Rimrocks in southern Utah. 8×10.

“Glacier” Taken w/ the Polaroid 450 & exp. Polaroid Type 689 in Glacier National Park, MT. 10×12.

“Lake Como” Taken w/ the Polaroid 195 & exp. Polaroid ID-UV at Lake Como, MT. 10×12.

“Neighbors” Made w/ the Impossible Photo Lab & exp. Impossible PX680. Original photo taken in Stevensville, MT. 8×8.

“Gila Bend” Taken w/ the Polaroid Clincher & exp. Polaroid Type 85 in Gila Bend, AZ. 10×10.

“Apache Lake” Made w/ the Daylab & exp. Polaroid 669. Original photo taken at Apache Lake, AZ. 8×10.

“Fall” Taken w/ the Crown Graphic & exp. Polaroid Type 79 in Stevensville, MT. 8×10.

“Sula” Taken w/ the Polaroid 450 & exp. Polaroid Type 667 in Sula, MT. 8×10.

“Grand Tetons” Taken w/ the Polaroid 450 & exp. Polaroid Type 665 in the Grand Tetons, WY. 8×10.

“Dubois” Taken w/ the Polaroid 450 & exp. Polaroid Type 665 in Dubois, WY. 8×10.

“Rialto” Taken w/ the Polaroid SX-70 & exp. Impossible PX100 at Rialto Beach, WA. 8×8.

“Arcosanti” Taken w/ a Polaroid SX-70 & Impossible PX680 in Arcosanti, AZ. 8×8.

“Maricopa”. Taken w/ a Polaroid Spectra & exp. Impossible Spectra in Maricopa, AZ. 8×10.

“Victor” Made w/ the Impossible Photo Lab & exp. Impossible PX600. Original photo taken in Victor, MT. 8×8.



One of my closest friends, of 27 years, died on Monday. He had not been feeling well the last few days. He did everything right, he took off from work, he went to the hospital, they ran all the tests & couldn’t find anything wrong. He took a nap on Monday afternoon & didn’t wake up. I am devastated. I can’t stop thinking of his mom, who had to have the cops come open the door to his apartment when he wasn’t answering his phone. Or my other best friend who had to tell me, who was his best friend as well. The three of us were together everyday, for so many years. As a single child, they took the permanent place of being my brothers. We haven’t talked in a while & I don’t have the words to express how bad this makes me feel now.

I’ve been dealing w/ some serious health issues myself lately. Lots of days where it’s hard to take care of the dogs. I don’t know what’s wrong. It’s been a lonely road w/ no friends or family to call on, locally. My stress levels have been at an all time high w/ four large rent increases in the last few months. I cannot afford my home that I’ve had for the last 7 years, but I also cannot afford to move. It’s a weird situation to be in. I would love to take the next few days to grieve, reflect, spend some time outside taking photos w/ the dogs. This isn’t possible, though. I’ve got four days to make October’s rent. It’s been my slowest sales month this year & although I was able to make my bills (thank goodness), I’ve got nothing to put towards rent and I. Am. Terrified.

“Ok, Sol. What promotions can you come up with this week? You better get some paintings done! Mat & frame the few pieces you haven’t put in the store yet. Promote, promote, promote, but try not to annoy everyone too much. Don’t forget about the commissions you need to finish!” These thoughts are on loop in my head, but in tandem w/ how I can’t stop thinking about my friend. Needless to say, I can’t seem to find focus.

I haven’t updated this blog in a very long time. I’m not happy that it’s getting updated w/ what I’m writing now. However, I would like to update this more often, but hopefully w/ happier news, new work I’m excited about, some future trip that I’ll get to take w/ the dogs.

I’ve been graced w/ some really, really wonderful customers this year. There’s not an hour that goes by where I don’t spend a moment feeling thankful for their support (& their patience). If you are one of them, and if you’re here, you probably are – THANK YOU. Feels small written here, but trust me, I am thanking you w/ every ounce of my body & soul.

I’m not sure what else to promote to try to help w/ gathering rent right now. I am really excited about the new bison linocut prints I’ve made. I think they are beautiful & I will be happy to send those out to anyone who helps me w/ rent. I’m also really excited about the new prints sets I’ve made from recent paintings. I have very badly been wanting to make another very large painting (around the 3’x4′ range). I have only made two in the last three years. Please, if this is something you’d be interested in trusting me w/, please, reach out. I have a few ideas, but I have had a particular horse running around my brain for many months now, that’s eager to be let out. If you’re walls are full right now or you can’t seem to find a piece you want at the moment, I can also make custom gift certificates. Although I honestly don’t have the time, I will be taking on the Inktober challenge again this year, so there will be lots of new work coming everyday, for the next month. I recognize that although it’s a massive undertaking, right now, I need something to look forward to everyday. My mind has taken me to some dark places lately & this is just something I need & have been looking forward to all year.

Thank you for reading this & giving me your precious time today. Because your time, all our time, *is very precious*. My life is very, very quiet & I don’t talk w/ many people, so this is my attempt at talking “out loud” w/ my supporters, who I would consider as friends. Hug your pets for me. Have a meal w/ a friend for me (something I haven’t done for over a year & miss so much). Tell the people you love that you love them. If you are also going through a rough time, or feel alone, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me, if you feel comfortable doing so.

Thank you.


The Monthly Exposure Club

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about how important it is to me to have something to look forward to. Be it plans with a friend, a planned road trip or even a day off. Something set in the future gets me through today. I love creating projects as well & the 2019 calendar that I made was great for me (I can’t wait to take the photos for the 2020 calendar already). So, I’ve created a monthly “club” where you will be sent either a print from one of my photos or drawings (or both) every month!

As of right now, I don’t have a subscription plugin for my store (they are a bit pricey), so I’m going to start off with setting up items in my store. You can choose between receiving one print (either the photo or the drawing) or both. I’ll create the items in the beginning of the month & remove them after one week. I’ll create the work during the month & send out the prints during the last week of the month. Each print will be signed, titled and dated. They will *only* be available if purchased during the first week as a part of the club.

This gives me a mission every month to take a day trip taking photos & sit down & draw (and paint) & that means a lot to me right now. It also gives me some peace of mind that Suttree’s acupuncture and meds will have an allowance every month (if you know me, you know this is HUGE). This gives you a part of a project I’ve never done before. I’m going to run it through all of 2019 & then we’ll go from there. I’d like to add that because this project is so special to me & the people who join are even more so, I’m going to be including free artwork in every package (a polaroid, a drawing, a photo of Sutt, etc.).

January’s items have now been created! I’ll remove them 1/5. You can get the single print here or both of the prints here. I’m excited to take this journey & I hope you’re along for the ride!


Grand Tetons, Yellowstone & a Giveaway!

It’s been a dream of mine to get to the Grand Tetons & Yellowstone since I was a little girl. They are only 6 hours from me, but the gas money and/or time off hasn’t been there. Part of my dream has been to go in the early fall and I’ve decided that this year, no matter what, I’m going. I’ve scheduled the trip to be the last week of this month. Could use some help with the trip though, so I’m offering this special deal *and* having a sweet giveaway at the same time.

**You can pre-purchase an original Polaroid from the trip! I’ll be in Grand Tetons National Park, Yellowstone & hopefully the Beartooth Highway if there are no closures. $65 will get you an original Polaroid taken in/around these locations & matted in either a black or white 8×10 mat. I am only going to make 10 available for purchase now & that could be it! My Polaroid stock is running dangerously low so I will not have them available that much longer, ever again. You can pre-order here.

**Get a 5% discount the rest of this month! All purchases greatly help w/ gas, lodging, food & some of Sutt’s special needs now. Use code: TETONS when checking out.

**Now for the giveaway and how to enter! I am doing TWO giveaways. The first one will be for a matted original Polaroid from the trip. The second will be for TWO 5×5 prints of your choice from my store (I love diptychs). To enter this giveaway, you must share either any of my posts on Instagram or Twitter linking this blog post. Be sure to include my handle, which is the same on both IG & Twitter – @solexposure. Afterwards, leave a comment here and I’ll be picking the winners randomly from that. The giveaway starts now and I will pull the two winners on Monday, Oct. 1st at 12 PM MST.

This will be a belated birthday trip for Suttree (his 10th birthday is 9/17) and me. After all we’ve been through this year, all I want to do is have some time together exploring. Thank you as always for your interest in my work and our adventures!

**And the winners are…””MM” for the original Polaroid and “Kirissie” for the two prints! Thank you to all for entering!**


Suttree’s Big Surgery & Update


Since we are nearing the year anniversary since Sutt’s bilateral TECA surgery & his twisted stomach surgery was almost 2 months ago, I figured it’s time for an update.

First & foremost, we’re hanging in there. It’s been a wild ride of year w/ some major ups and downs. All of the vets & his surgeon have dubbed Suttree “miracle dog”.  I fully believe he’s tougher and stronger than I ever could be.

Sutt is still greatly benefiting from bimonthly acupuncture visits where we focus on the neurological issues that come from swelling in various spots in his spine. You should see him in the first few days after a visit, it’s a huge difference. Also a huge difference the opposite way if we go a week too long w/o a session. I fully believe the acupuncture & daily full spectrum CBD dose are the root of his health benefits.

For those of you who missed the almost minute by minute twitter updates two months ago, here is what happened. I very thankfully had the day off from work & was working in the studio in the afternoon. Sutt woke up fine that day but in the afternoon, he seemed to just be having a “bad day”. These are the days where he maybe he didn’t get good sleep the night before and/or his arthritis is particularly bothering him. Around 6:30 pm, he was napping besides me while I was matting & when he tried to get up, he just couldn’t. I went to help him up & when I put my arms around his stomach, it felt like a football was in his *very* tiny stomach & he yelped. We were in route to the vet (that’s 45 minutes away) within 5 minutes.

After an x-ray, it was confirmed his stomach had twisted & I was confronted w/ the decision to go forward w/ the very invasive surgery or say goodbye. Even writing this I start crying because I was in complete shock. All of Sutt’s problems were slow and ongoing, nothing like this emergency. Thankfully, the same surgeon who did his TECA surgery was the one working and would be doing this surgery. I asked her, “No one knows Suttree in & out like you. I am not trying to put him through something he shouldn’t go through. What do you think?” She told me she had never seen a dog go through the TECA surgery so well & heal so well & that he had been doing really well the last couple of months – that it was worth a shot. I would have done whatever she suggested. She is incredibly straight forward, no holds barred type of person, which I appreciate.

Sutt went through the 45 minute surgery beautifully. She said that everything looked pink and healthy inside but what caused the twisted stomach was acute pancreatitis. None of us could see that coming. Besides being a senior pup, he has none of the other catalysts for a twisted stomach.

The healing for this surgery was VERY challenging. Much, much more so than w/ his ears. All of the good work the acupuncture did w/ his neurological issues got knocked to zero from the anesthetic & surgery on laying his back. For a whole month after surgery, I thought everyday was our last day & I constantly questioned if I made the right choice. Lots of tears.

But, Suttree rallies. Now, after a couple of acupuncture visits and lots of small exercise sessions, his back to his wobbling self. He now eats lots and lots of smaller meals throughout the day to hopefully ensure his pancreas stays happy. He got his first bath since the surgery & I know that made him feel better. As of last night, he does have a slight bit of blood in his urine, but this is his reoccurring UTI & we’ll address this tomorrow during his acupuncture session w/ a short term antibiotic dose (I’m used to these now & so are the vets).

As always, I must end these updates w/ a HUGE THANK YOU to all of you who have purchased work & helped me out w/ the vet bills. Suttree might not be here w/o this near constant attention and always constant love. Tears stream down my face for how thankful I am. I love him…so much. Thank you.


There always seems to be a lot going on in Suttree’s health so I figured it was time for an update! He’s currently doing really well after some scares, so I’ll start with that.

A couple of months ago I noticed he was having trouble standing for a few minutes, falling down and then, getting back up. He would whine when he was trying to get back up. Couple this up with a bad scratch in his eye & a new ear hematoma & I was…very scared. A very tearful me went to the local vet’s (where he has been getting his acupuncture & treatment after his surgery) & asked for both of their opinions. The eye and the ear, we could take care of, the possibly neurological damage, we just needed to see how bad it was.

I should start with a short story of when Suttree was just a wee pup, about 3 months old. He started having seizures, only in his back legs. After an x-ray, it was discovered that he had one vertebrae that is slightly longer than the others. This causes information to be cut off along his spinal cord if there is any swelling. Turns out he was allergic to a popular flower in Phoenix, we gave him Benadryl & it never happened again. The vet did warn me though that when he was an older dog, this issue might come back up. After Sutt’s current vets studied this fact & did a neurological exam (that he did surprisingly well on), they decided that this was indeed a swelling issue, not a permanent issue (well, partially). Sutt is now back on 5mg of prednisone everyday, for the rest of his life and 1 tramadol in the morning to help with the day. He gets 6 drops of the full spectrum CBD oil before bed. We also now target spinal health and swelling during his acupuncture visits (we’ve now had 3 of these sessions so far). He is moving around *so* much better! Very rarely falls, wants to play ALL the time, and no whining when standing up. He has so much more energy now, it’s like he’s half his age. His back end is still much weaker than the front & not as coordinated, but that does not slow him down. He’s even been jumping in the snow, which is something I thought I’d never see again.

As for the eye and the ear, which was thought they both might need surgery – they don’t! The ear we drew blood from & it healed perfectly, which amazed the vets (normally it fills back up). The eye is still healing, but it *is* healing.

While everything seemed to be moving in an upswing, Sutt peed blood two weeks ago. That. Was. Terrifying!! We were actually on our way to the vet for an acupuncture visit so he quickly got an ultrasound and they looked at his urine under a microscope. They could find nothing wrong, besides that he was only peeing blood (no urine). He looked and acted great. The vets were stumped. They sent me home with an antibiotic in case it was a UTI. About 6 hours later, he peed and it was completely clear! Hasn’t had a drop of blood in his urine since. It was a very expensive scary day that took at least a year off my life. The vets still have no idea what happened besides that it might have been a single stone.

The beloved vet who has been treating him this last year & doing his acupuncture is moving to a different practice an hour away, but I’ve decided Sutt will keep seeing her. Out of all the vets and specialists he has seen in the last 7 years, no one has worked as hard or bonded with him as much as she has. She has also always stayed in touch with me during his tougher times and she even visited him and gave him acupuncture sessions after his surgery. Driving twice a month to see her I feel is well worth it.

I want to continue to thank anyone who has purchased any work from me because without you, Sutt wouldn’t be here by my side as I write this. Selling my work allows me to pay for his acupuncture, the gas money to get there, his meds and any other tests that are needed to keep him as healthy as possible. THANK YOU. I’d also like to let anyone know that is going through similar issues with their dog (or even not similar), I’m here for you. Please reach out. It’s just me, Sutt, 2 kitties and a rabbit in this little cabin out in the country and I can understand the immense weight & quietness of having your beloved not feeling well. If I can help with any advice, or just be an ear, or cry with you, I’m here.

**UPDATE – 8/20**

Suttree’s surgery was a success! The first (more on this in a bit) took 5 hours for both ears. He woke up & was standing afterwards and did not need a blood transfusion (which was a concern due to his slight hemophilia). He had no facial paralysis (common, but usually temporary after this surgery) and no balance issues (also common mainly due to inflammation). They kept him under constant supervision for two days and he received two laser therapy sessions and one extra long acupuncture session all to help with the swelling. A week later, he needed to have the stitching on side completely redone, so he had to undergo a second surgery that was almost two hours long. Since then, he has had all of his stitches out and is healed up beautifully (pictures below). He is now completely deaf. They don’t normally remove the ear drum, but the surgeon wanted no chance of the infection surviving anywhere, so she removed *everything*. The deafness has been and continues to be a major learning curve for both of us.

Sutt’s postop & allergy care and treatments continue. He receives acupuncture once a week (soon to hopefully go to twice a month) and this week will have a blood panel done to see his levels post surgery. He is no longer on any antibiotics (for the first time in a year). He also now only gets 5 mg of prednisone when there is excessive swelling due to itching/rubbing from his allergies. He has only needed one dose in the last week, which is the least he has had in the last 7 years. The vets and I find this incredible. He also has recently started getting 3 drops of Full Spectrum CBD oil in his dinner. I believe that this, plus just recently getting the green light from the vet to swim in the river, has helped his skin immensely. Sutt continues to have major incontinence issues and the vets are completely stumped on this. It really might be his age, it might be behavioral after being so sick for so long, it might be both. Although he is much better than he was, he still goes through rough days of itchiness, swelling around his eyes & overall soreness (due to allergies, not infection). That’s not everyday though, not like it was for a year.

In conclusion, I am so, so happy that the surgery was done and I was able to have it done for him. Last week, the vet had tears in her eyes when she looked at me and said, “I’m so happy you gave him the surgery. A lot of people wouldn’t have and it’s been amazing to see him heal and get so much better so quickly.” As I would do *anything* for Suttree, I never thought about not getting him the surgery, but it has been beautiful watching all the vets care for him and learn more about this procedure, his allergies and his AMAZING healing powers. Multiple vets have said he heals faster than any dog they have ever seen.

Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for sharing our ongoing journey and even more so for helping us with our travels.

Two days after surgery:

Left, 1 week after surgery. Right, two weeks after surgery:

Healed left and right er…”ears”, 4 weeks after surgery:

Initial Post:

It’s finally time for Suttree, my 9 1/2 year old dalmatian pointer cross, to undergo a pretty big surgery called TECA (Total Ear Canal Ablation) in both ears. The infection started last year and quickly spread to both ears. It’s been a downward spiral since, resulting in weekly vet visits & an overall major scare to his system. After consulting with multiple specialists, vets & surgeons, the surgery cannot be put off any longer. The surgery is scheduled for June 26th.

A bit of good news is that we have already done a culture from his ears and have started giving him the antibiotic and anti fungal medication. Also, a scary fact is that he is moderately anemic now (due to longterm infection) but had to undergo surgery yesterday for an ear hematoma and went through the hour long surgery under anesthesia excellently *and* his blood clotted normally. This is a great sign for the upcoming TECA surgery, which is quite intrusive and long.

The surgery & overnight stay is $1800 (there could be extra charges, as always). The clinic is allowing me to put half down if I have to and can make payments on the rest. With having a culture, blood test, surgery and new meds in the last 10 days, I am pretty tapped out. I have created a coupon for my store to get 10% off with all purchases from now through the 26th. Code: SUTTREE

If you don’t feel like making a purchase right now, here is a direct link to my Paypal - PayPal.Me/SolExposure

Also, you can donate directly to Suttree’s account at the vet. Pruyn Veterinary Hospital – (406)829-8150. Just say you would like to put money on Suttree’s account for Sol for his upcoming surgery on the 26th. If you do this, ask for a confirmation and please let me know!

These last 6 months have been very trying for both Sutt & I and w/o the sales I’ve made and help we’ve received, we wouldn’t have gotten this far. Words cannot express how thankful I am to all of you all over the world who have helped us. I (& the vets) truly believe this surgery will be a major turning point for Suttree in getting him back to the happy, energetic dog he has always been.


Glass Negatives from Montana

On a recent trip to a local antique store, I found a box of Cramer’s Photo Dry Plates. The owner of the booth said he had found them decades ago and let me take them home to scan them. Scanning didn’t work so I made a set up and photographed them digitally & cleaned them up in Photoshop (dust removal, etc.). I plan on making 5×7 lustre prints of some of my favorites. If you are interested in any of these, leave a comment or contact me through my Info page which ones you’re interested in. They will be $25 a piece w/ free US shipping ($5 internationally).


Ltd Ed Montana Prints

Hi, all! It’s about time I’ve done a short run of some of my favorite Montana instant images. I’m also doing this as a small fundraiser for my vet bill accumulating dog, Suttree. Right now, he is showing great improvement on the new diet, Science Diet’s Derm Defense, and walking much better w/ the help of Tramadol for his arthritis. I just re-upped his meds and got a new bag of food, but also made a payment on his bill and we are sitting at $330 as a leftover balance. Sutt & I *really* appreciate any help we can get and we’ll send you a Polaroid of Suttree along w/ your order as a special thanks!

These are *first* edition prints and only (3) have been made of each. The square images are 8×8 and the rectangle images are 8×10 (w/ white borders). Each one will be titled, numbered and signed on the back. They are professionally printed from my beloved shop in Arizona as darkroom prints (not inkjet) with a mat finish. They are $60 each (discounted from my normal price of $75) w/ $5 for shipping within the US/$10 outside of the US. You can find them all in under the Prints section of my store.

*There are a few of you out there that I owe one of these Montana prints to for picking up one of my limited edition Arizona prints. I had a list, but that list was on my beloved iMac that died (RIP). Please contact me & let me know which MT print you’d like & I’ll get it out to you!



When I moved to Arizona in ’06, I went to document Arizona’s mining towns and reservation villages. It took me 6 years. After I took photos of the last town on my list, I knew I had to start thinking of my next project. I loved my Arizona project so much, I decided to do the same thing, but in a new state. I’ve always wanted to go to Montana and as soon as I thought of it, everything about the thought, no, dream, felt right. Things came up and paths turned, as they do, and I have been in Kansas the last two years, dreaming the dream of Montana. Dreaming of my next photography project. I got a promotion at work a little over two months ago and ever since, I have been putting in 60-70 hour weeks to make this dream a reality before the weather makes me wait until spring. Fortunately, I get to take my job with me. My dog, Suttree, Fela the rabbit, Amos the Xterra and I will be making our way northwest next month.

What have I done with my Arizona project? I’m still sitting on that. Thoughts of a book and a big show are in my head. Ultimately, they will be given to the state of Arizona. I figure, though, that it took me so long and so much work to actually do it, that I am in no rush to put out something quickly. I would like it to have some input from other sources/people and it will come when it’s supposed to. To help with the move to Montana, though, I have decided to pick out a few of my personal favorite Arizona images and make limited edition prints. These are *first* edition prints and only (3) have been made of each. The square images are 8×8 and the rectangle images are 8×10. Each one will be titled, numbered and signed on the back. They are professionally printed from my beloved shop in Arizona with a mat finish. They are $60 each (discounted from my normal price of $75) w/ $5 for shipping within the US/$10 outside of the US.

I also have much artwork that needs to go to new homes, since I do not plan on moving with it. My “Art? Blocks” are $15-$25 and the link to those is here:

“Art? Blocks”

My drawings and paintings that are available are here:

Drawings & Paintings

I also have many beautiful 5×5 prints of Kansas and Missouri available at only $15 each. Please message me and let me know if you would like to see what’s available. I am thrilled at the quality of these.

Now, here’s the kicker: If you purchase (or donate) *ANYTHING* from (or to) me at all, at any price, you will receive a FREE 8×8 or 8×10 Montana print (of your choice) from me in 2015. This is a thank you, for helping this photographer make her dreams a reality, reach her goals and investing in her future.

Thank you, from the bottom of my heart and the top of my head, for taking the time to look at my work and read my words. I would be doing photography no matter what, but you all are what makes it that much more enjoyable.

Here are my 11 choices for the Arizona prints (click each one to view larger). Just message me through my Info page as to which one(s) you would like. No plans for a second edition anytime soon. First come, first serve.

*Extra specialness – I have 5 Kansas barn wood frames (made by me) available. They are incredibly rustic and beautiful. 4 are 16×16 (interior) and 1 is 16×20 (interior). I will not be making these again. A picture of 3 of them is down below. If you are interested in having one of the Arizona prints in one, that is possible. They are $325 each (including the print). Carefully packaged by a shipping company and shipping is $25 and US only.


Lauryn Hill

6.16.14 at The Uptown Theatre in Kansas City, MO.