Two of Bill’s abstract photomicrographs are included in the August 2017 issue of ArtAscent, an art and literature journal. Yay! You can preview or purchase this issue at MagCloud. Continue reading ArtAscent Features Abstract Photomicrographs
We are so pleased to announce that Bill is a 2017 RMOWP photography awards winner. He won three Firsts, two Seconds, and three Thirds in the annual photography contest at the 2017 Rocky Mountain Outdoor Writers and Photographers conference in Sierra Vista, Arizona. In addition, he also got seven honorable mentions. Yay! To see all the winners, go to the Rocky Mountain Outdoor Writers and Photographers website.
We are so pleased to announce that William Horton has won the 2016 RMOWP Best of Show award at the annual Rocky Mountain Outdoor Writers and Photographers conference in Bryce National Park on June 5, 2016. Continue reading 2016 RMOWP Best of Show
A photomicrograph entitled “Sun Emerges from Storm-Bruised Clouds,” from William Horton’s Zen Garden collection, will be included in the 2016 NVAL International Juried Photography Show, sponsored by the North Valley Art League in Redding, CA. It will be displayed in the Carter House Gallery from May 3rd through June 4th. Continue reading 2016 NVAL International Juried Photography Show
The series of photomicrographs, called Landscapes Unseen, presents images too small to see with the unaided eye. To produce these images, ordinary household substances that you might find in your medicine cabinet, kitchen, or garden shed are dissolved in water and smeared on a microscope slide. Continue reading Landscapes Unseen
There’s more to Iceland than geysers, waterfalls, mountains, and stunning seascapes. Churches in Iceland is a collections of Icelandic church photographs taken throughout the country. Along with the photographs, the book touches on architecture, history, and geology. It reveals the charm and warmth of many of these unique structures.
Our book is available through Blurb. It is 73 pages of colorful goodness we hope you will enjoy! Included with each church are photographs, a short description of the church’s history, pointers to interesting sites nearby, and a map locating the church with GPS coordinates.
Appendices offer short articles about the history of Christianity in Iceland, a primer on naming conventions for Icelanders, and a “cheat sheet” on how to interpret Icelandic place names.
Want to take a quick look at it now? Here is a preview.