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Native Art was selected as a Featured Work by the group, Wall of the World in March 2010.

Photographed in Bisbee, Arizona by JD Brummer for As Eye See Photography.

50% of all sales’proceeds from all cards and prints in this series are being donated to the Bisbee-based, non-profit Central School Project

The Central School Project (CSP) is a non-profit organization fostering appreciation of the arts in the southeast Arizona community, and serving the community with arts and ecology programming providing affordable, creative space to working artists.

As a community service organization in a rural community which has become widely recognized as a center for the arts, CSP supports and collaborates with individuals and organizations to further cultural and ecological awareness in the community. Programs include exhibits, films, plays, poetry readings, workshops and other public events. In addition, CSP makes its resources available to the community for a variety of programs and activities.

I am passionate about this artsy community, because without these individuals, I would never be able to bring their beauty to you through my photography.

I pledge to donate 50% of all of my sales’ proceeds from all cards and prints of their artistry in this series to help to promote and support their continued expressed creativity, and artistic inspiration through the Central School Project

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Evoking emotions with her photographic interpretations of everyday objects is why JD Brummer’s abstract artistry has been exhibited in prestigious Art Galleries, juried Shows, winning Awards, & published in International Magazines, as well as Photographer’s Forum’s Annual Collection of The Best of Photography 2010 & 2011. Feel inspired & intellectually challenged while experiencing a whole new enigmatic world of beauty through JD Brummer’s As Eye See Photography

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  • DebraLee Wiseberg
    DebraLee Wisebergover 4 years ago

    Well spotted and captured my friend. I like the cactus against the wall!!! It adds much interest to the shot!

    Debra

  • Thank you. The weather was a bit dark and cloudy, so I’m glad I was able to get this to brighten up a bit.

    – AsEyeSee

  • Kim  Calvert
    Kim Calvertover 4 years ago

    Awesome wall..so bright and colorful..great find!!

  • Thank you, Kim! Sorry it took me so long to respond. I must’ve missed your comment. :o(

    – AsEyeSee

  • Hugh Fathers
    Hugh Fathersover 4 years ago

    Good shot!! . . .

  • Thank you!

    – AsEyeSee

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