Joe Schofield Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Joe Schofield 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.
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Flowers on Black
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Artwork by Joe Schofield
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.
Thinking it Through by Joe Schofield
vintage pier by Joe Schofield
Unite by Joe Schofield
Highclere Castle aka Downton Abbey by Joe Schofield
The 24 Hr Church of Elvis by Joe Schofield
Banzai by Joe Schofield
Shorebreak - The Wedge by Joe Schofield
Aloft Again by Joe Schofield
A Rite of Passage by Joe Schofield
Catharsis by Joe Schofield
wax holds up by Joe Schofield
Swept Away by Joe Schofield
Topaz St Jetty Redondo Beach by Joe Schofield
Sinuous Dunes by Joe Schofield
sans sal by Joe Schofield
Harbor in Fog by Joe Schofield
Near the Intersection of God and the Eastern Sierras by Joe Schofield
Peppermint Candies by Joe Schofield
Singular Calla by Joe Schofield
Hold Your Breath by Joe Schofield
Catch Me by Joe Schofield
a l o n e by Joe Schofield
Sail Away by Joe Schofield
Once Upon a Time in San Pedro by Joe Schofield
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As a kid I was fascinated with photographs. Look, Life magazine. National Geographic.
That well-captured interplay of light and shadow...the notion of people, places and moments - all suspended in time.
My first 'real' camera was a Minolta Srt101. I was seduced.
As a teenager, I learned how to develop film while working at Wyle Laboratories in El Segundo, and I still recall the smell of the developer...my eyes adjusting to the red filter light...and the sheer magic and delight of watching images begin to emerge.
Life, family and a career as a teacher and psychologist intervened, not to mention a few more film cameras.
Eventually, there was digital. Hah! Liberation!
Photography is the creative medium that allows me to share personal moments and adventures. My lenses have captured wonderful memories of time and place, personal moments of transcendent beauty, joy and love, as well as heartache. A healthy dose of whimsy along with sundry oddities, when added up, help to define my coda, this dance called a lifetime.
If you see an image that resonates with you, I greatly appreciate your comments!