Balyeat Gallery featuring landscape photographer David Balyeat is the new addition to the chic Cherry Creek North neighborhood. Conveniently located on Fillmore Street between 2nd and 3rd Streets, the gallery invites passers-by inside with large windows and startling huge prints inside. These prints are now on holiday sale, so you might want to get two prints for the price of one.
A completely self-taught photographer, Balyeat exhibits excellent images. Using a medium format camera that requires longer exposures, he manages to capture intricate details and print them extremely large so that viewers can enjoy the scene’s minute aspects. Besides, Balyeat skillfully captures the play of colors and a feel of atmosphere. Landscapes pop-up and draw viewers inside with their grandiosity and a touch of mystery.
What makes these images so vibrant and appealing are the photographer’s printing methods. He uses crystal-infused papers and metal, which makes the colors vibrant. In dim lighting, the photographs achieve a virtually 3-D effect. By going through these high-end and demanding practices, Balyeat wants viewers to re-establish connections to nature and natural places. His panoramic images of mountains and canyons that portray nature in all its breath-taking splendor.
Along with those, you will see a variety of cityscapes that glorify accomplishments of civilization. Images of New York City and London might remind you of your own travels and experiences in these cities. They might tell you stories of metropolitans you’ve never visited. The artist also makes some more abstract images by focusing in on nature’s lush patterns and details. Beautiful rows of trees and elaborate lines of canyon’s surfaces will make your eyes wander.
Another reason to visit the gallery now is the great special offer – when you buy any print larger than 60 inches, you take home another smaller or same-sized print at no extra charge. So, gallop to his gallery to get a piece for your living room or to wow somebody on your list.
Lesya is a lover of the Arts and a fashionista, a perfectionist and a dreamer. She is also an aspiring photographer. She loves layering bracelets on her hands and coral color.Check out more at her blog.