Spotlight Sunday – Pete Sutton Fine Art!

I have known Pete Sutton since college. His art is beautiful, unique, and takes on a surreal quality. I love both his botanical and panoramic images. His style is creative, his colors are bold and soft at the same time, and his materials are environmentally friendly, as you will learn when you read on…

Pete Sutton Fine Art

Fine art landscape and portrait photographer Pete Sutton lives south of Boston with his wife and four kids. Early on he developed a love of photography, carrying a 35mm camera during his explorations of Europe in both high school and college. His kids are extremely patient with him. He often makes them carry equipment up hills, through snow, down endless paths so at the end he can take their picture. He is constantly experimenting.

Pete Sutton is a Fine Art Photographer with over twenty years behind the lens. Both as a photographer and videographer. He regularly uses his knowledge in both fields to create vibrant portraits and stunning panoramic landscape photography.

He then combines the two to make environmental portraits.

With over eight years in a production house, Pete is comfortable shooting anything that walks, flies, or is carried in the door. Years of lighting knowledge are used to create the proper mood and focus. He is always challenging himself.

Botanicals

 

 

 

 

 

These are photographs. Backlit and shot through diffusion paper, these flowers take on a painted quality.  Pete prints them on Hahnemuhle Sugar Cane paper adding to the organic feel of these photos.  Hahnenuhle Sugar Cane art paper is made from 75% sugarcane (bagasse) fiber, which is a by-product of sugar cane processing and 25% recycled cotton fibers. Bagasse fiber is an eco-friendly resource endorsed by many environmental organizations worldwide.

“Botanical” prints are available in both 11×14 ($75.00) and 5×7 ($35.00) sizes.

For my blog readers Pete would offer the 11×14 at $65.00!

Panoramic Landscapes

 

 

Panoramic landscapes are sized at 14” x 62” inches and 44” x 22” depending on the print. All panoramics are printed on artist grade canvas, stretched and mounted on a frame. The prints are backed with archive quality dusk cover on back and ready to hang. These stunning landscapes invite the viewer in to study all the fine detail contained within each print. Prints are $750.00.

For my blog readers Pete would take $100 off for a price of $650.00!

For more of Pete’s work go to PeteSuttonFineArt.com and click on the Fine Art Gallery or click here. Also check out Pete’s more current work on Facebook at Pete Sutton Fine Art Facebook or his blog, Pete Sutton Fine Art Blog.

I’d love to hear your thoughts on Pete’s stunning work – do you have a favorite? Please let me know with a comment!

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10 Responses to “Spotlight Sunday – Pete Sutton Fine Art!”

  1. Nice share, Suerae. And, even nicer that that the two of you conspired to save your readers some money :-)

  2. So enjoyed looking at these. Never heard of sugar cane paper… interesting.
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  3. He is so incredibly talented. I wish I had the funds to buy everything. Haha! I could see those flowers as a perfect compliment to any room in my house. Hope you have been well, and I am continuing to enjoy all the things you share on this blog. Take care!
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  4. LeAnne says:

    He does beautiful work, Suerae. I love the ethereal quality of his botanical pieces – very unique. Thanks for sharing

  5. Pj Zafra says:

    Hey Surae,

    Pete is very talented. Love his artworks! I love photography and sketching but what Pete does is way more advanced than what I can do. lol Thanks for sharing this! Keep it up! :D
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  6. What a great talent. Nice work those flower are really colorful and full of bright and shine its make me feel nice and blooming..
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