"Smoky Mountains” — collection of fine art photographs
The Smoky Moutains are a chain of mountains rising between the state of Tennessee and North Carolina. The sunrises are spectacular with unique blue colors in the world. The Smokies are crossed by hundreds of miles of streams and torrents. This collection presents 10 fine art photographs created during a winter in the Smokies. We had been subjugated by the reddish color and the quiet streams or waterfalls majesty. Click on a thumbnail to enlarge the image.
Artwork Name: Smoky Mountains I
Artwork Name: Smoky Mountains II
Artwork Name: Smoky Mountains III
Blue sunrise over the Smokies
Artwork Name: Smoky Mountains IV
Red Sunrise I
Artwork Name: Smoky Mountains V
Red Sunrise II
Artwork Name: Smoky Mountains VI
Artwork Name: Smoky Mountains VII
Artwork Name: Smoky Mountains VIII
Artwork Name: Smoky Mountains IX
Artwork Name: Smoky Mountains X
Isabelle and Amar Guillen are two photographers specializing in underwater, wildlife, and landscape photography. In 1987, their photographic adventure began while they both prepared for a degree in computer engineering. The visual beauty offered by the sumptuous surrounding landscapes and the wildlife held within began (and continues) to be their source of inspiration. This has led them to entirely devote themselves to a professional photographic career, allowing them to share their contemplative and artistic interpretation of nature. For the last fifteen years, they have photographed both the animals and their terrestrial and underwater natural landscapes. Their photographic scenes are animated by the infinite mysteries hidden in nature.
Through their photographic gaze of nature, they strive to highlight the importance of its conservation. Isabelle and Amar live and exhibit between France and the United States, both of which supply wildlife, landscapes, and cultures, providing inspiration for the Guillen's work. Isabelle and Amar have published several books including "Lights and Colors of the Charente-Maritime Coast", "Reflections of Haute-Saintonge", and "The Secrets of Underwater Photography ".