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The Unique Opportunity

The Ansel Adams Gallery is thrilled to offer its collectors, friends and fellow art lovers, a chance to participate in a unique opportunity. From time to time on our website, we will be featuring a never-before-printed, hand-made image from one of our distinguished Gallery artists at a discounted price, prior to its availability within the general market place.


This month, we have arranged to present two images from Tom Mallonee: “Convict Lake,” and "Evening, Owens River." These images will be available in 7x10, 10x15 and 13x20 sizes, and will be limited to an edition of 25 prints total. While Tom's original prints in this size normally sell between $300 and $800, you can now add one to your private collection for 25% off the initial retail price. Each photograph is printed by Mr. Mallonee by in his studio to current archival standards, and is signed, numbered, mounted, matted and ready for framing. The time to purchase will begin at 9:00 AM Pacific Time on Monday, July 13th, and will expire upon the close of business, Sunday, June 19th at 6:00 PM. Once the offer has expired, we anticipate an order fulfillment time of approximately four to five weeks to ensure the quality of each individual order. This inaugural printing offer is available for a very limited time, after which, the print will return to full price.


Email our curator, Evan Russel, at evan@anseladams.com if you have any additional questions about the prints or shipping.


The Unique Offer Images






Convict Lake

Early this year, several weeks after a devastating fire in Swall Meadows north of my home in Bishop, I took a drive up to the area to have a look at the area. It wasn’t my intent to photograph the destroyed homes and forest, and I almost didn’t bring my camera (There of course is rarely an excuse for this if you’re a photographer). But when I arrived at the higher elevations, there was a grand view across the Owens Valley with huge cloudbursts, fast moving clouds and blue sky and I made a couple of pleasing images. Afterward, I headed further north on US 395 to Convict Lake to take a short hike around the Lake since the weather had started to settle down. But when I drove into the basin below Mt. Morrison, there was a beautiful and irresistible calm in the air and on the water – the remains of the storms. I made one exposure a bit to the left of this one, but it felt a bit lacking. Moving to the right, the foreground rocks seemed to break the reflective plane in a pleasing way and establish continuity with the cold, hard Sierra.






Evening Owens River, California

I have been photographing the cottonwoods of the Owens Valley as part of a series called The Dreaming Trees. This winter evening I was about to head home after fruitlessly wandering along miles of dirt roads near the Owens River. As dusk was settling in, I made one last turn down an unfamiliar spur that ended at the river (like seemingly hundreds do). So very often, it’s that last little decision at the end of a long day that bears the best fruit. The air was calm and inviting so I walked around for a bit before seeing what had been in front of me the moment I stopped the car. The lone, bare cottonwood, the reeds and the calm water flowed together into an unusual and serene scene that seemed to work well within the overall series.

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Convict Lake, California Evening, Owens River, California
Price: $300.00
Price: $300.00
Convict Lake, California by Tom Mallonee Evening, Owens River, California by Tom Mallonee
Original fine art photograph signed and numbered by Tom Mallonee Original fine art photograph signed and numbered by Tom Mallonee