"Private Moments" Wildlife Photography Exhibit in November
Welcome into the landscape of Nichols Grimes’s Photography.
When he looks through the rangefinder, Niko engages skill born of his efforts to live the renaissance ideal. His undergraduate work in Fine-Art and graduate studies in Architecture inspire the structure of his compositions. His doctoral work and subsequent research in Biology help him understand the life styles of his animal and plant subjects as well as their unique ecological links. His professional experiences on stage and in films have provided ways to empathize with humans and animals and catch the thought behind a body position or a look.
Niko’s art will be on display at the Boerne Visitor Center throughout the month of November, 2015. The exhibit consists of 21 pieces and is the largest the center has hosted yet. Each photograph is available for purchase and is professionally printed with high-end dyes and mounted with quality archival mats and museum-grade frames.
Photos: “A Moment With My Tail”, “Cold Day, Warm Ears”, “You Know I’m Too Cute Not To Get A Treat”, “Admiring Mom”