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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.
Global Cossroads #3 by Craig Morris
Global Crossroads #2 by Craig Morris
Commencement Roads #3 by Craig Morris
Commencement Roads #2 by Craig Morris
Global Crossroads by Craig Morris
Commencement Roads by Craig Morris
Evening Mooring by Craig Morris
No Lifeguard on Duty by Craig Morris
E C's Maine Ketch by Craig Morris
Church and Pearl by Craig Morris
Maine Marina Evening by Craig Morris
Valley View by Craig Morris
Pirate Alley NOLA by Craig Morris
Ybor Square by Craig Morris
Trackside in Alabama by Craig Morris
Rolling Into Ybor by Craig Morris
Dahl Violin Shop by Craig Morris
Demmi's Market by Craig Morris
Get A Room by Craig Morris
Talkeetna Roadhouse by Craig Morris
New England Roots by Craig Morris
See The U S A by Craig Morris
At The Mercado by Craig Morris
Waterbury Feed by Craig Morris
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About Craig Morris
Craig was born and raised in New York, spent more than 30 years in New England and moved to Tampa, Florida in 2008. After receiving his degree from Middlebury College, VT, Craig found himself in the world of professional photography and moved away from painting for many years. Wherever he traveled throughout the United States, he always took his camera and captured thousands of images, gathering source material for paintings. In the last decade and a half he returned to painting once again, and the photographs he created have come to life in his rich, evocative pieces. Using classic techniques of under-painting and glazing, Craig’s work is moody and thoughtful. Among others, painters Edward Hopper and Robert Bechtle have influenced his work.
"Throughout over 30 years as a professional photographer, I have captured a wide variety of man-made landscapes through the lens of a camera. In recent years, many of these images have been the inspiration for paintings, where the hand and eye create the light, with greater power than camera and lens."