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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Special Edition - Wyatt Earp Bronze Statue

I recently did a shoot for a project on the video side of things. Along with that, I needed some stills as well. The shoot was for the "Buffalo Soldiers Memorial" that will be constructed in bronze by the same artist that did the famous Wyatt Earp statue found in Tombstone, AZ. The video project turned out quite well:

As I was shooting the video for the last segment, and of course the lighting was just perfect at sunset time, I also decided to shoot an HDR version of the Wyatt Earp statue. Having received releases from both the artist and the owner of the statue, I can now release a limited edition print of this HDR (High Dynamic Range) image. The really cool thing about having shot this in HDR is that the sky's colors really bounce nicely on the bronze.

It is available here for purchase in a variety of forms from large size framed all the way to simple greeting cards: wyatt earp art

Here is a the actual image with title:
 Photography Prints

And here without title:
Art Prints

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Pure Luck and History Forever

On one of my other blogs I write (clicking will open a new window) about the lucky day of capturing the very final flight of the space shuttle Endeavor. It was a lucky day for sure. This was an event that will never happen again. The footage captured is nothing but pure history as it was happening. Very cool indeed. But of course, this event does need to be shared in more ways than one. So very soon, I will offer some sort of variety of this event on paper... perhaps posters, perhaps fine art under the MOPIC brand. In either case, portions of the proceeds shall be given to some charity that is affiliated with either military vets or with gun shot victims. But this is just too great of an opportunity to not do this. So stay tuned and please let me know what you think:

Some potential to be released shots:

and maybe a poster or comp of sorts:

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

New 2012 Fine Art

Spring time in the desert is always a treat. But watching cactus blossoms open in time-lapse is even more interesting and amazing. Here is just such an example:

Also, view the gallery to see individual new Mopic Fine Art issues of this spring time phenomena.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Gallery of Dreams Annual Art Festival

November 12th, 2011 from 10:00AM - 5:00PM the Gallery of Dreams, 245 E. Patton (Highway 80 -on the way to Tombstone), Saint David, AZ, is hosting the Annual Fall Arts Festival. It is partially outdoors and there will also be a Farmer's Market featuring pecans and baked goods along with several artists offering holiday gifts and more. Of course your's truly (Andreas) will be there with a new line of greeting cards featuring some of his stills with some non-religious words of inspiration. He will autograph these upon request. Of course you will also see the actual framed and matted works as well. See you there! 

Here are some samples of the greeting cards:
Mopic Greeting Cards 2011 - (watermarks are not on actual cards)

Sunday, November 6, 2011

New Releases for the Premiere Release - A Small Sampling

Here are just a few samples shot over the years that are now finally being made available to the general public:

Tequila Strike - sizes 11x14, 8x10, 5x7
FireSky - sizes 20x30, 11x14, 8x10, 5x7

Greetings from Zeus - sizes 20x30, 11x14, 8x10, 5x7
Sporadic - sizes 11x14, 8x10, 5x7
Cholla Eve - Sizes 8x10, 5x7
Electric Sonata - Sizes 20x30, 11x14, 8x10, 5x7

And for those of you that like to watch videos and listen to some nice music:

How and Where you can Purchase Prints

Purchasing AKH Mopic Fine Art:

Currently there are two ways to purchase these fine art prints:

  • Visit "Gallery of Dreams" in Saint David, Arizona, on Highway 80 (245 East Patton) on the way to Tombstone, 520-720-2649 (visit their website (will open a new window):
  • or, visit "The Wyatt Earp House & Gallery", 102 E. Fremont Str., Tombstone, AZ, 520-457-3111 (visit their website (will open a new window): 
  • Contact Andreas directly via his website(s) at or as an alternate if you don't like forms: go here using the contact information provided. 
Prints are at the very least matted, signed and numbered. Sizes larger than 5x7 come with an adhered FAR (Fine Art Registry) tag with a unique ID that can be verified and tracked. All prints come with a Certificate of Authenticity from the artist Andreas. 

Every print has a limited edition series and will not be re-released once exhausted on the series. The artist owns and controls all rights and does not use third party processors for this process. Basically, each and every piece of fine art from this artist is hand assembled, signed and numbered by the artist.