21mm Photography 'Gallery Discount' Celebrates SLT Membership
21mm Photography announced today a 20% discount to new and renewed Stowe Land Trust (SLT) members for prints in photographer Chris Stearns' new collection of images captured on SLT conserved properties.
"21mm Photography and Stowe Land Trust have collaborated to make prints from this collection, featuring Wiessner Woods, Grandview Barn, and Bingham Falls, available as both traditional paper prints and on aluminum sheets," said Stearns, owner of 21mm Photography. "This is an opportunity to show my appreciation for Stowe Land Trust and its members for their part in preserving the beautiful countryside that we all enjoy and that I so frequently photograph."
"The oversize aluminum prints that are installed at Piecasso are stunning examples from this collection that celebrates a tradition of conservation in the community and by Stowe Land Trust over the past 26 years," said SLT Executive Director Heather Furman. "We want to thank Chris for making these wonderful photographs available at a discount for SLT members to purchase as an elegant reminder of the landscape their contributions help protect."
View the Stowe Land Trust Collection and place orders on the 21mm Photography website or visit any of these locations to see aluminum prints in various sizes from the entire 21mm Photography gallery:
The Reservoir - Waterbury, Vt
Stash n' Stowe Smokeshop - Waterbury, Vt
Rock Art Brewery - Morrisville, Vt
The Red House - Johnson, Vt
Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge - Stowe, Vt
Harvest Market - Stowe, Vt
Laughing Moon Chocolates - Stowe, Vt
Skiershop - Stowe, Vt
Warren Public Library - Warren, Vt
Prints larger than 24" x 36" and custom pieces can be ordered by contacting Chris directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
20% Discount offer will be available to SLT members until February 14, 2013.
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