Vascular Cures Gala and Auction

I am honored to have one of my images included in the silent auction of the Vascular Cures annual gala for the second year in a row. This year, I am pleased to contribute a print of Fern Spring, Yosemite. Last year, my image Black Oaks, El Capitan Meadow was successfully auctioned.

Vascular Cures (vascularcures.org) is a wonderful non-profit focused on “representing the millions of patients with vascular diseases outside the heart.” They are dedicated to “reducing pain, disability and death from these all-too-common diseases.”

Yosemite Images utilized online by Yosemite Conservancy

I am delighted that Yosemite Conservancy has published two of my images (Black Oaks, El Capitan Meadow, and Juniper Tenaya Lake) in their January 10, 2017 social media updates on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  I am pleased any time conservation and environmental organizations want to use my images.  If you are not familiar with Yosemite Conservancy, take a look - they are a great organization and a significant reason why Yosemite National Park continues to be well maintained, well protected, and such an amazing place to visit! www.yosemiteconservancy.org. 

 

Putting my art out there...

There comes a time when it is right to put one's art "out there" for others to see and respond to (for better or for worse!).  For me that time is now, with the launching of dougrundle.com.

I hope you enjoy these initial samples of my work and this evolving website.  Thanks for your interest!

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Ansel Adams was asked from time to time why there were seldom any people present in his photographs.  He was fond of saying, “There are always two people in every picture:  the photographer and the viewer”.