Christopher Brown

Christopher Brown has been a Boulder photographer for 35 years. His fine art prints of the western landscape are well known in Colorado and are in many private, corporate and public collections in Colorado. He was the first photographer to receive a commission in Colorado's Art in Public Places program, for his series: "The Hydrologic Cycle: Studies of Water" which hangs on the Boulder campus. He is in the Open Studios art tour each year, and shows regularly in Boulder, and is recognized for his impressionistic, painterly interpretations of the Western American landscape which for many redefine their notion of photography as an art form. He is recognized by his peers as being a master printer, and has taught many photography workshops at his Boulder studio. He recently completed a portfolio of prints of Boulders Open Space and Mountain Parks lands which the City acquired, and some of which will hang in Boulder's Sister City Dushanbe's Cyber Cafe. His affection for Boulder's landscape, his penetrating vision and a love for water in both the urban and natural environment will be a real asset to this project.

Chris Brown's work can be viewed at

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