Collections: The Moment When A Vision Is Most Familiar
Shop for artwork 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.
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.
Anenome and a Friend by Thomas Gaitley
Snowy Salt Marsh by Thomas Gaitley
The Fall of the Fire Engine by Thomas Gaitley
Goodrise at Good Harbor Beach by Thomas Gaitley
New Year's Bubbles At Nubble by Thomas Gaitley
Simply Sunflower by Thomas Gaitley
Sunflowers at Sunset by Thomas Gaitley
Pollacapall Lough Lush by Thomas Gaitley
Verdant Fall at Eastern Point Lighthouse by Thomas Gaitley
I'll Go There - Wherever There Is by Thomas Gaitley
Soft Grasses Whisper Light by Thomas Gaitley
Minot Ledge Light and the Passing Wrath of Dorian by Thomas Gaitley
Fluke Wave by Thomas Gaitley
Nightscape Over Nauset Light by Thomas Gaitley
The Charles, Duck Boats and Boston's Back Bay by Thomas Gaitley
Down On My Lock by Thomas Gaitley
Blue Tree Play by Thomas Gaitley
Somber Silhouette by Thomas Gaitley
Sunset of the Slave Era by Thomas Gaitley
Pinwheel by Thomas Gaitley
Beacon of Change by Thomas Gaitley
Just Checking You Out by Thomas Gaitley
Cool Blue at Good Harbor by Thomas Gaitley
Vernal Equinox and the Worm Moon Over Boston by Thomas Gaitley
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About Thomas Gaitley
"Michigan-Raised, New England-Based, Globally-Focused"
The images Tom creates reflect his dual obsession of the earth and water with an emphasis on the patterns and textures of rocks and sediments and the boundaries between earth, water and light. These natural interactions also have a powerful influence on his images of people and their creations. He strives to capture people during their most relaxed and authentic moments, anticipating the moment their most interesting qualities will emerge.
Tom loves the power, complexity and beauty of nature and is in awe of the interconnectedness of the world. He invests himself as an active participant in every subject he photographs, and he does his best work when fully immersed in the process of planning, traveling to and experiencing the wonder of the environment around him. This can often mean spending long hours in the field â€• wet, cold and muddy but exhilarated. The fact that he produces some of my best work in these challenging conditions is fundamental to his art and personal reward.
His ultimate goal is to present fine art photographs that reflect the world, bringing all of the elements together into one consistent, honorable and uncompromising vision that conveys his feelings of the moment â€• when a vision is most familiar.