Sacred Earth


P E R S O N A L   S T A T E M E N T
"In my fine art photography, I am trying to convey a feeling of reverence for the Earth: The Earth is sacred. The People and other living things are all part of the natural world. We are all one. What we do to Mother Earth and Father Sky, we do to ourselves. We need to take care of our homeplace. We need to take care of our Mother Earth."
"In my fine art prints, it is the feelings, the emotions that are inspired in me, that I am trying to share, whether it is the peace and cool of the north woods or the exhiliration and power of the ocean surf pounding in. I hope that my images stir in you the kinds of emotions I felt when I originally took the photograph."
  ~Brian Huntoon


C O N S E R V A T I O N  &  E D U C A T I O N
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Brian Huntoon print will be donated to the American Indian College Fund and the Nature Conservancy.
The American Indian College Fund provides greatly needed scholarships to Native American students attending 30 tribal colleges, and helps build an endowment to support the colleges in perpetuity. The educational goal of the Colleges is both ambitious and essential: to give students the economic tools needed to survive in modern America, and to ensure the survival of their cultures, including the skill and feeling that makes Native American artwork possible.
The Nature Conservancy has recognized that the best way to protect rare species and to foster the vitality of natural processes is to work in larger, ecosystem-wide landscapes. The Conservancy is forging new partnerships, working with residents, landowners, business and industry, governments, and other private organizations to create functioning ecosystems where people live and work in harmony with the environment.
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