Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Kalamazoo River in the Spring by Randy Pollard
Blue Spruce and Baby Cones by Randy Pollard
Dogwood and Redbuds by Randy Pollard
Lake Huron Shoreline by Randy Pollard
Tahquamenon Falls by Randy Pollard
Upper Tahquamenon Falls by Randy Pollard
Frozen Blue Lake by Randy Pollard
Oak Trees and Frozen Lake by Randy Pollard
Fingers Across the Sky by Randy Pollard
Twin Oaks by Randy Pollard
Trees Capturing the Sun by Randy Pollard
Gears and Things by Randy Pollard
Steps to the Forest by Randy Pollard
Beach Sand and Ice by Randy Pollard
Sand Beach in Winter by Randy Pollard
Vintage Conley Camera by Randy Pollard
Stones and Bubbles by Randy Pollard
Sheeps in Autumn by Randy Pollard
Upper Tahquamenon Falls #2 by Randy Pollard
Half Circle by Randy Pollard
Autumn Abstract #5 by Randy Pollard
M-22 by Randy Pollard
Abstract Drive-By by Randy Pollard
Oak in the Snow by Randy Pollard
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About Randy Pollard
Randy Pollard, a self taught photographer, who resides in the Great Lakes of Michigan. Completed photography study at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts and the Photo Workshop of Rod Planck, a well known Michigan Photographer.
I have won several local newspaper awards through Kodak International Newspaper Snapshot Awards.
Some of my images are permanently displayed at Mary Free Bed Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
As I was growing up my father was into photography, my passion started when he purchased my first camera, a Tanack Type IV, a 35mm film camera was given to me after being influenced in photography by my father.
Getting behind the lens of the digital camera is all about exploring the country around me. All the lighting, night scene, texture, details, skies and landscapes are like exploring new places no man has done before.
You are welcome to email me about any of the prints.
Thank you for stopping by.