Overview

heinzdanzberger.com provides you with an overview of my lifelong passion for the photographic medium, including archives, image listings and statements.

The website is designed as a broader information resource and hub tied to other media.

To follow my recent work projects, please follow my blog and Instagram for updates on my ongoing projects.

Heinz Danzberger Gallery & Studio in Mount Shasta is a show case for my photography work and some contemporary art samples by artist I do work with on fine art reproduction and limited edition print work.

The Gallery, plus my Studio work are a combined effort to afford a life around a camera and the arts in a small rural town, offering fine art, portrait and commercial services in Northern California.

For any quick references, inquiries and a private gallery viewing while you are in my town, you can also text me during the hours of 10 AM – 8PM. Email would be my preferred contact venue.

Heinz Danzberger Photography Website

Posted by on May 12, 2014 in Fine Art Print, News

if you stumbled into this new site here, please be patient a little longer, as some knowledgeable people are trying to get me to understand the basics of website building…………this, after all is an “old dog learning a new trick” scenario!

Still some visuals are up, images can be viewed and sub texts will soon find their proper location.

You can find out more as well at redgallerydoor.com and if you have any questions, please email me at studioliink(at)gmail(dot)com.

I am certainly looking forward to exchange some thoughts and ideas and am seeking to build gallery relationships in larger city locations, to present my high resolution photography and oversize print work to a broader audience.

In a nutshell you have found a very traditional photographer at work here, all excited about new technologies and new possibilities in crating camera work in various technological venues…….it all is in the end, about the fine art print on the wall. that is where the visual arts rubber meets the road, or wall in this case.

and these are the days indeed to be photographing!
Heinz

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