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Brian Kerls Photography To Be Included in Photoville Exhibit in Brooklyn, NY September 13th-24th

29 Aug 2017 / 0 Comments / in News

I’m excited to announce that my photography will be included in the upcoming Photoville festival in New York City.  My Oxbow Reflections photograph taken in Grand Teton National Park will be part of the Your Art Gallery exhibit at the festival which runs from September 13th – 24th , 2017 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. In [...]

Brian Kerls Featured in July 2017 Issue of Outdoor Photographer Magazine

24 Jun 2017 / 0 Comments / in News

I recently wrote an article for Outdoor Photographer Magazine’s Behind The Shot about my experience photographing the Grand Canyon.  It is a behind the scenes look at how I created “Clouds Part Over the Canyon”, a photograph of the dramatic afternoon sky over the Grand Canyon during a break in a fall storm.  The story [...]

Sunrise & Sunset Photography of Brian Kerls Featured on OutThereColorado.com

20 Jun 2017 / 0 Comments / in News

Several of my favorite images of amazing sunrises and sunsets across Colorado are included in a new feature article on OutThereColorado.com entitled Colorado’s Colorful Skies.     #sunrise #sunset #colorado #coloradophotography #coloradolandscapes #briankerlsphotography #light #landscapephotography #sky #protecttheselands

Parker Art Show to Include Images from Brian Kerls Photography

29 Oct 2016 / 0 Comments / in News

I’m proud to have three framed photographs included in the Parker Artists Guild’s “< a Benjamin” Art Show at the Schoolhouse Gallery in old downtown Parker, Colorado. The show runs from October 30, 2016 to January 7, 2017 and features art work from a variety of local artists. All of the great artwork is priced [...]

Brian Kerls Chosen as a Contributing Photographer – Foundation for Photo/Art in Hospitals

06 Sep 2016 / 0 Comments / in News

The Foundation for Photo/Art in Hospitals mission “is to place large, framed photographs of nature and beautiful places from around the world in hospitals to give comfort and hope to their patients and their families, visitors, and caregivers”. Nature art provides color and an atmosphere of compassion where healing is encouraged and can be beneficial [...]

Parker Art Gallery To Display Images From Brian Kerls Photography

30 Aug 2016 / 0 Comments / in News

I’m happy to announce that Beautiful Art & Picture Framing Gallery in old downtown Parker, Colorado will be displaying several of my photographs beginning September 1, 2016.  If you’re in the area, please stop by and check out my images and all of the great artwork on display that is available for purchase.  

Photograph by Brian Kerls Published in “Practical Photography” Magazine

25 Jun 2016 / 0 Comments / in News

I’m happy to announce that my photograph of the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park will be published in the July 2016 issue of Practical Photography magazine.

Photograph by Brian Kerls Selected for 1650 Gallery Exhibit in June 2014

18 Jun 2014 / 0 Comments / in News

My “Colorful Aspens” photograph has been selected by 1650 Gallery in Los Angeles, California  for their upcoming photography exhibition – “Landscapes: The Big Country” opening on June 28, 2014.

Brian Kerls Chosen as Flagship Artist at Gallery24Seven.com

01 Jul 2013 / in News

Brian Kerls is happy to announce that Gallery24Seven.com has selected him as one of their original Flagship Artists for their recently opened art gallery.  The following excerpt describes the gallery’s mission in their own words. “We, at Gallery24Seven.com, believe that everyone deserves the pleasure of having fabulous art in their lives! We also believe that [...]

Sunrise in the Indian Peaks Wilderness

20 Jun 2013 / in News

I set out from Denver early this morning well before dawn intending to hike to Lake Isabelle in the Indian Peaks Wilderness south of Rocky Mountain National Park for sunrise. Everything was going according to plan until I reached the entrance to Indian Peaks and found out the summer trail head parking area was still [...]