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Edward C. Robison III began his artistic quest as
painter. When he became drawn toward photography,
he brought a painterly vision for color and composition
to his photographic palette. From stark boulder fields
to lush waterfalls, Edward's photographs reflect his
deep love of nature and his keen eye, as well as an
underlying theme of conservation of natural resources.
The places he photographs are the quiet, the remote,
the mystical, the majestic…the sacred places of earth.
Edward's work is found in many collections including
Bass Pro Shops, Capital One, and the Arbor Day
Foundation. His photographs are featured in Sierra
Club calendars and ten books about Midwest
landscape. Edward also owns Sacred Earth Gallery in
Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
For more information, visit http://www.ECR3.com.