Themed Collections of Photographs
Shop for artwork based on themed collections. 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.
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.
Star Trails Over Lake George 1 by John Meader
Winter Night at a Farm 2 by John Meader
Winter Night at a Farm 1 by John Meader
Dice Head Light by John Meader
Cutting the Bow Line by John Meader
Under the Dock--Dark Interpretation by John Meader
Cloud World Flight by John Meader
Comet Wirtanen and the Pleiades by John Meader
Where is the Comet? by John Meader
The Comet goes to the Bakery by John Meader
The Comet Goes to the Movies by John Meader
Campsite Evening Read by John Meader
Nahmakanta 1 by John Meader
Comet over the Pines by John Meader
Comet Over Snow Pond by John Meader
Comet Watcher by John Meader
Miller Tower and Comet by John Meader
Comet NEOWISE by John Meader
NEOWISE and Newhall Fountain by John Meader
Comet and Pine by John Meader
Comet NEOWISE over Barn by John Meader
Red Sky Take Warning by John Meader
Luna Corona by John Meader
Observing Venus and Mercury by John Meader
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I started taking photo in 1978 on a family trip cross country. Trying to capture something more than a simple scene quickly became the aim of every shot in every national park we visited. Though most shots never reached that lofty goal, it became the reason to take pictures.
Over the years, with a variety of cameras, I have attempted to place my camera in the right spots at the right times to capture the moment at hand. It's not easy, but it's rewarding when you hit the mark. In the end, taking a photo that captures what you're after is the icing on a delicious cake. To me, the greatest value in this endeavor is the process of learning to see, learning to anticipate, and putting myself in interesting places. I still love national parks, but I've learned you don't need to visit Yellowstone to get a great photoâ€“you just need to open your eyes to what's around you where ever you are. It takes practice, and that's the joy of photography.
I recently won 3rd prize at this year's Maine Open Juried Art Show held at Common Street Arts in Waterville, Maine. I'm currently presenting my work in a show called "The Well Tempered Lens" at Central Maine Artists Gallery in Skowhegan, Maine. You can also find my work at Riverside Cafe, Oakland, Maine; The LC Bates Museum, Hinkley, Maine; and occasionally at The Record Connectionâ€“â€“a vintage vinyl record store in Waterville, Maine.
John T. Meader
John is the owner/director of Northern Stars Planetarium, a portable planetarium business that has served Maine schools for 31 years. He is a Registered Maine Guide and loves canoeing, hiking, and the outdoors. He lives in Fairfield with his wife, Laura, and has three grown children.