Tree Photographs Reach New Heights

Tree Photographs Reach New Heights

Photography by David Paul Bayles Published in Two Magazines

David Paul Bayles has a specific artistic niche, he photographs forests, and concentrates on the interdependence of forests and trees, people and communities. He has been photographing trees since 1982 and you may remember his solo show of Falling Trees here at 23 Sandy way back in April 2009. His work has also been featured in the Portland Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas, and the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris. 

Recently Bayles has been able to add a couple more accomplishments to his list. His photographs have been published in two different magazines. His work can be found in the March/April 2010 issues of Orion Magazine and the Dutch magazine Quote.

We'd like to send out a big congratulation to David Paul Bayles for this recent accomplishments. We are all very proud of Bayles and we wish him the best of luck and hope we have many more success stories to share. 

P.S. We discovered David at the Photolucida Portfolio Reviews that happens every two years here in Portland. Photolucida just happens to be in town next week and it is very fun to report this Photolucida success story as we kick off Portland Photo Month.