Environmental Variations. with Whidbey Island Photographer Paul Shapiro, Jeff Olson, painter and Krista Lutz, sculptor

by Paul Shapiro 10th October 2017

Salmon Fisherman, Whidbey Cliffs


Northwind Arts Center, Port Townsend

Nov. 2-26 with an opening reception and artwalk Nov.4, 5:30-8:00PM.


In my stitched panoramas of the Northwest, Coastal California and the Southwest, I use multiple images to frame a 180 degree view, much like the eye can see. I am passionate about exploring the natural world , and I pay particular attention to scale, capturing the shared connection between people and the breadth and depth of our landscapes.

Paul Shapiro



Boathouse, Marshall CA


I also strive to capture the powerful, expansive and multi-layered beauty of landscapes and juxtapose these images with the awe-inspiring–often solo–experience of being alone in the midst of something much larger. I hope these ultra wide photographs inspire the viewer to embrace and explore an extended pictorial representation of the landscapes we inhabit.


Court of Patriarchs


Paul Shapiro lives on Whidbey Island near Baby Island, please visit his website  for more information 


Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Tuesday, 10th October 2017, 09:10pm.
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