Nature for Healing
Nature photographer Mark Clune announces the availability of his work through the Nature for Healing Art Lending Library with no-fee image licensing to patient care facilities and to non-profit organizations for nature conservation projects. Although the aim of the project is to provide easy access to the library through lending, framed works are also available for sale through his parent business Autumn Leaf Photographic Arts.
Gallery quality framed art (with no glass) from the library collection is available to borrow and even rotate at no cost to patient care facilities for viewing in patient treatment and waiting room environments.
For the past decade, Mark Clune has been a resident and exhibiting artist at various art galleries in the El Paso, Texas region. The newly founded Nature for Healing Art Lending Library facilitates his new mission to bring the beauty, inspiration, and solace of nature into partnership with the treatment and healing process of those in need.
To setup a consultation appointment or for any other questions, please send an information request to email@example.com.
About the Original Art Prints
All of the original art prints are printed, varnished, and framed by Mark Clune in his studio using archival pigment inks on canvas or cotton fine art paper. After the print is created, it is then varnished using a high quality liquid acrylic art varnish. Finally, the print is framed without glass or glazing in the same manner and style that a painting would be framed. Print image sizes are typically 16" x 24", 18" x 24", 24" x 36", and 24" x 48". Framing adds an additional 6" to 8" to each dimension.
Mark Clune Events & Exhibits
• September 2016: On the Washington D.C. C-SPAN network television program Washington Journal, Congressman Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) talked about his efforts to designate Castner Range in El Paso, Texas as a new national monument. Mark Clune's photograph "Castner Range Fields of Gold" was featured during the discussion to promote the legislative effort.
• September 2016: Congressman Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) makes a presentation on the House Floor of the United States Congress to promote proposed legislation to designate Castner Range in El Paso, Texas as a new national monument. Mark Clune's photograph "Castner Range Fields of Gold" was featured during the presentation with a large mounted print of the photograph propped next to the Congressman.
• August 2016: Mark Clune's photograph "Castner Range Poppies" was featured in the Sunday edition of the New York Times newspaper for the article entitled, "Obama the Monument Maker" by Douglas Brinkley.
• May 2016: Mark Clune was contacted by the United States Congressional Office of Representative Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) expressing appreciation for the donated use of his photographs of Castner Range in El Paso, Texas and that one of the images was shown to President Obama by the Congressman in support of the proposal to designate Castner Range as a new national monument.
• One-Man Show, “Beyond Reality”, El Paso Art Association Crossland Art Gallery, Downtown El Paso, Texas, November 2011
• “Fresh Start” Exhibit, El Paso Art Association Crossland Art Gallery, El Paso, Texas, January 2011
• “Five Shades of Gray” Exhibit, El Paso Art Association Crossland Art Gallery, El Paso, Texas, January 2011
• Commissioned to create art work to hang in a private collection, El Paso, TX, December 2010
• Commissioned to create art work to hang in a private collection, El Paso, TX, April 2010
• El Paso Art Association "Arts International 2009" Exhibit, El Paso, Texas, September 2009
• Commissioned to create three art works to hang in a private collection, El Paso, TX, August 2009
• Resident Artist - Main Street Gallery, San Elizario, Texas, April 2009 – December 2009
• “Eclectic Expressions” Exhibit, Main Street Gallery, San Elizario, Texas, July 2009
• “Vivid Perspective” Exhibit, Las Cruces, New Mexico, January 2009
• “Art El Paso 2008” Exhibit, October 2008
• Resident Artist – Rose & Crown Art Gallery, El Paso, Texas, July 2008 – July 2009
• Resident Artist - Sunland Art Gallery, June 2005 – December 2005