Fine photos make great last-minute gifts, and feed the hungry as well

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Yachats Sunset, 30×20 framed, on exhibit and for sale at Blue Sky Bagels, Fairview, Meridian

By Ken Levy

There’s still time to get free delivery of my ready-to-hang framed images, which make perfect gifts for home or office walls.

I continue my tradition of donating 20% of the purchase of any of my images to the Idaho
Foodbank. Thanks to your generous purchases, the food bank got additional funds in time for the Christmas celebrations.

I like to keep this going year-round. Here’s how it works:

You get stunning photography for your home, office or as thoughtful gifts; each beautiful photo you buy also helps feed hungry people. I give 20% of each sale to the Idaho Foodbank.

I will deliver framed art free within a 50-mile radius of Boise, until Dec. 20.  Email me for details at ken@kenlevymedia.com

Visit any of my exhibits (below), and my web site, to make the perfect holiday purchase that gives twice:

FoggyTreesYachats1966At left: Coastal Inspiration, Yachats, Ore. 20×30 Framed, on exhibit and for sale at Blue Sky Bagels, Fairview, Meridian

  About my photos

These professional-quality images will add beauty and interest to every wall, including those of your friends, family and colleagues. You can find a huge variety of original art on my web site.

Keep an eye on my New Works page for updates to my photography, and stop by my Collector’s Editions  page to view some of my clients’ favorite works.

Email me for details at ken@kenlevymedia.com or visit my web site at http://kenlevymedia.com.

Consider making my images part of your holiday gift giving this year. Because no one should have to go hungry, and beauty makes a great gift for everyone.

 

Below: “Water and Ice.” Tiny stalactites dip their icy toes in the roiling water of Teton Creek. Framed 20×16 on display and for sale at Blue Sky Bagels, Chinden Ave., Boise.

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Summer travel schedule takes shape

Travel will be a full-time job this year, as I’ll be writing and photographing fascinating features for publication from my adventures through Idaho, Washington and Oregon as well as treks across the United States. Look for regular trip reports from every possible stop.

Here’s the schedule as it now stands. Family will be staying in, and caring for, our home and garden while we’re gone.

June 23-26: Family caRaft105Portfoliomping on the Payette River in Cascade, Idaho. Hoping much of the gang can come for this lovely and scenic spot for fun and games.

July 7-30: Olympic Peninsula loop, from east to west, starting with the Hood Canal communities and including most attractions all along the peninsula, including Port Townsend, Sequim, Port Angeles, Lake Crescent, Neah Bay and Kalaloch. We’ll wander into the Staircase, Dosewallips, Hurricane Ridge and Sol Duc areas, with the Hoh and Quinault rain forests major stops. From there, we’ll head south into the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway and explore the Tillamook Coast before heading home via Portland and the Columbia River Gorge.

Aug. 7-Sept. 9: Still tons of planning to do for this cross-country driving trip from Boise, Idaho to rural Boxford, Massachusetts for a family visit. Once there, we’ll be going into New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest and into Ogunquit, Maine for a taste of the beautiful east coast. So far, after Boxford, we’ll be camping on Cape Cod and at Newark’s Liberty Harbor, in sight of the Statue of Liberty. We’re looking at  harbor cruises and visits to Manhattan by public transportation. From there…who knows? We’ll meander back to Boise as fast — or as slow — as we can.

Frequently requested photos: a special sale of gratitude & peace

By Ken Levy

Here is a very special opportunity to make your Christmas and holiday purchases count twice…at much lower prices. I donate 20 percent of every image you buy to the Idaho Foodbank, and am lowering my prices on many of my clients’ and friends’ favorite images. They can be found here.BarnGrandTetons
Grand Tetons and barn near Tetonia, Idaho     © Ken Levy

See many of my photos at the following venues in the Treasure Valley. The Foodbank also gets 20 percent from the sale of these images.

Stop by when you get a chance to catch the true beauty of these fine images, framed and ready-to-hang. Prints of all of these photographs are available in myriad sizes from my Web site.

Keep an eye on my New Works page for updates to my photography, and stop by my Collector’s Editions page to view some of my clients’ favorite works.

About my photos

These beautiful and dramatic images will add power and interest to every wall, in home, office or business. Printed on archival photo paper, each image is hand-signed. Prices include shipping, and I pay the tax. Email me for details at ken@kenlevymedia.com or visit my web site at http://kenlevymedia.com.

Consider making my images part of your holiday gift giving this year. Because no one should have to go hungry, and beauty makes a great gift for everyone.

 

 

 

 

Fine art + feeding the hungry = Great holiday tradition

By Ken Levy

Thanks to everyone who came out to my photo exhibits at both FrameWorks locations in the Treasure Valley. Because of  your support, I’m able to donate a nice check to the Idaho Foodbank in plenty of time for the holidays.

But it doesn’t stop there. My tradition of giving 20% of sales to the Foodbank runs all year.
Here’s how it works:

You get stunning photograFoggyTreesYachats1966phy for your home, office or as thoughtful gifts; each beautiful photo you buy also helps feed hungry people.

Visit any of my exhibits (below), and my web site, to make the perfect holiday purchase that gives twice:

At left: Coastal Inspiration, Yachats, Ore.

 

 About my photos

These professional-quality images will add beauty and interest to every wall, including those of your friends, family and colleagues. You can find a huge variety of original art on my web site.

Keep an eye on my New Works page for updates to my photography, and stop by my Collector’s Editions page to RedBarnOrchards32view some of my clients’ favorite works.

Email me for details at ken@kenlevymedia.com or visit my web site at http://kenlevymedia.com.

Consider making my images part of your holiday gift giving this year. Because no one should have to go hungry, and beauty makes a great gift for everyone.

 

 Red Barn, Hood River Fruit Loop

 

Win-win: Photo sales help feed hungry people; you get great art

 

By Ken Levy

I’m a firm believer in win-win situations. Shouldn’t everyone get a fair shot? Why should anyone have to go hungry?

They shouldn’t. That’s why I donate 20 percent of every image I sell to the Idaho Foodbank.

Each purchase you make helps feed quite a few hungry folks, and you get beautiful art for your home, business or office. Email me for details at ken@kenlevymedia.com or visit my web site at http://kenlevymedia.com.

At left: Homer’s Barn in the Fall.

About my photos

These professional-quality images will add beauty and interest to every wall, including those of your friends. You can find a huge variety of original art on my galleries or make a purchase from any of my six exhibits below:

Stop by when you get a chance to catch the true beauty of these fine images, framed and ready-to-hang. Prints of all of these photographs are available in myriad sizes from my Web site.Horse Roundup, montana

Keep an eye on my New Works page for updates to my photography, and stop by my Collector’s Editions page to view some of my clients’ favorite works.

At right: Montana Roundup

 

Consider making my images part of your holiday gift giving this year. Because no one should have to go hungry, and beauty makes a great gift for everyone.