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Lin Haring

LinHaringFineArtPhotography

Phoenix, AZ

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“Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it”. Confucius

Welcome to my website! At present, none of these images are available for purchase; These galleries exist only for your pleasure. Please contact me, either here, or at: Lin@LinHaringPhotography.com with any questions. But please do enjoy the images! Thanks1

I've been shooting photos my whole life.
Few years ago, I figured I'd better get a camera.
Now, we work as a team.
It's still about discovery. I'm happy about that.
I like to photograph things as I happen upon them. Same goes for people. I don't "stage" life to fit the camera, I use my camera to record the art already there.

I'm drawn, although not exclusively, to earth tones, and also (apparently) images of isolation, be it either through a minimalist exploration of an object, or the observation of people, and much of my work includes social commentary. While visual appeal is always my goal, it's my hope that my images also "say" something, or stir in the viewer memories, thoughts, ideas beyond the specific two dimensional image. Life is a combination of drama and comedy, dark and light, and I am equally comfortable with both sides of the coin.

Although I do do "straight" photography, I also occasionally challenge the boundaries of photo editing with software, thus creating an image which better conveys my intent. At times, this is done with an application of texture, or an overlay, and occasionally some digital painting.

I live in the desert, and dream of places NOTdesert; some known, others unknown. "...miles to go, before I sleep..."

The big ole white "fine art America" watermark that's stamped in the lower right hand corner of some of the images does not appear on sold work. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have ANY special requests regarding sizing, cropping or color changes, and I'll be happy to work with you to co-create the image you want. Any other questions or comments? Email me either here, or at Lin@LinHaringPhotography.com

Presently, the default site view is "Artwork". Galleries may be viewed by clicking the "galleries" tab at the top of the page. Not all images are in galleries.

Thanks for looking at my images, and ESPECIALLY any comments you care to leave: Encouragement is always appreciated, and anything which can help me grow as an artist, valued; as the poet Bob Dylan observed, "he not busy being born is busy dyin'".

Thanks!

Art Prints

 

He Ain't Heavy by Lin Haring

 

Lemons by Lin Haring

 

Night Phantoms Crossing by Lin Haring

 

Night Bus Stop by Lin Haring

 

Rise And Shine by Lin Haring

 

Convertible by Lin Haring

 

Daddy Is On His Way by Lin Haring

 

The Man In The Cap by Lin Haring

 

Southwest Spring by Lin Haring

 

Near Encounter by Lin Haring

 

And To Hold by Lin Haring

 

Silent Witness by Lin Haring

 

Street Easy by Lin Haring

 

Waiting by Lin Haring

 

Into Woman by Lin Haring

 

Essentials by Lin Haring

 

Rise Of The Desert Moon by Lin Haring

 

In The Chute by Lin Haring

 

Mister Rogers Moved by Lin Haring

 

Boys Of Summer by Lin Haring

 

Dishes Can Wait by Lin Haring

 

Nowhere Man by Lin Haring

 

Himself by Lin Haring

 

The Trill Is Gone by Lin Haring

 

After The Honeymoon by Lin Haring

 

Boy With Soda by Lin Haring

 

Paper Pusher by Lin Haring

 

Runaway by Lin Haring

 

Into Still by Lin Haring

 

Cracked by Lin Haring

 

Gabriel by Lin Haring

 

Exalting Rain by Lin Haring

 

Diner Still Life by Lin Haring

 

Why by Lin Haring

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Collection Day by Lin Haring

 

Pin Up by Lin Haring

 

Street Scene by Lin Haring

 

Box Of Light by Lin Haring

 

Rock My World by Lin Haring

 

On The Way by Lin Haring

 

Dining by Lin Haring

 

Then One Morning by Lin Haring

 

The Shoppers by Lin Haring

 

Night Watch by Lin Haring

 

Down On The Corner by Lin Haring

 

Got Ya Covered by Lin Haring

 

Watching The Money by Lin Haring

 

Escalator by Lin Haring