Author Archives: Diane Huntress

Great arts education from grade school in Kansas to a BFA in Creative Arts. Over 20 years in editorial and business photography specializing in portraits of people and the built environment. At the same time, to stay in the creative flow, I exhibit in galleries and museums.

Golden Seed photo mural #5

The client presented me with criteria he hoped I would meet in creating this finished photograph. The finished work needed to be – 1) graphic and bold 2) show part of the building and LoDo 3) be something visually unexpected to visitors, tennants and passers by. They all love it and so do I. The […]

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Note taking from paper to Apple’s Notes

The Importance of Note Taking – “Note taking is one of my favourite pastimes. I can’t tell you where I’d be if I hadn’t had a pen on hand to write down my ideas (or more importantly, other people’s) as soon as they came to me. Some of Virgin’s most successful companies have been born from […]

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New Art Photograph Commission #4

Seeing this mural-sized photograph printed and in the process of installation is worth a big sigh.  Ron printed my image using pigment ink on a glossy paper or substrate then the piece was protected with a satin laminate. I created multiple options for presentation of “Golden Seed” and along with the client, we chose a 3 […]

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New Art Photography Commission #3

BACKSTORY The piece titled, Golden Seed is finished in 3 sections – a horizontal tryptich for printing and installation in the clients lobby entry of their just restored building. Master printer, Ron Landucci owner of Infinite Editions in metro Denver, did the printing and finishing.  http://infinite-editions.com  Here he and his son prepare the photo mural for […]

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New Art Photography Commission Post # 2

The outside dimensions of the finished and installed artwork are to be 87″ x 80″. Multiple images were captured over time and compiled on computer. This single image detail of old signage was captured on the original Rocky Mountain Seed Building at 1325 15th Street.   Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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Art Commission from a Seed?

The backstory.  The request: “Diane, we would like art that is bold and graphic.  It should be something unexpected.” Music to my ears. Location:  a small, but significant lobby entrance.   Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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A sparkling Cartier New Year’s Eve!

Looking for a little bling to wear tonight? See these in Brilliant at the Denver Art Museum.   Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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First Christmas at Crawford Hotel

A favorite spot for enjoying a fine cup of espresso from PigTrain Coffee at the Denver Union Station – Crawford Hotel.   Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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Noguchi at Nelson-Atkins

This beautiful form by Isamu Noguchi in the Noguchi Sculpture Court in the contemporary Bloch Building of the Nelson-Atkins Museum frames this portrait of David.   Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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Photos in new life of The Crawford Hotel, Denver

Happy Birthday Colorado! Vicki Godbey, famous for great promotions when she was at the Brown Palace Hotel (L) and the iconic Dana Crawford, Denver based Historic Preservationista and namesake of the new Crawford Hotel at Denver Union Station, in a quiet moment before the Gala opening.   Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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