March 23rd, 2017
A new release by photographer Tom Schoeller, titled "Flaming Aspens" from the amazing Crested Butte region of Colorado. This is a true 2:1 wide aspect ratio image and is available in assorted sizes up to 60x30". Now, this new release is available on an amazing new fine art technology that is ready to hang the moment your print arrives at your destination. Let me explain the details! We take an Ultra HD Pearl/Metallic finished Fine Art archival quality print, and this gets flawlessly face mounted behind crystal clear 1/4" thick Acrylic glass with highly polished edges. The end result is a very sturdy, vivid print that virtually captures ambient light and reflects it back off the Pearl surface. Almost forgot to mention, it's so easy to keep clean!
Additionally, the beauty of it is there is no need to have this framed if you choose not to! We ship it with a "recessed float mount frame" on the reverse side that floats the print 1/2" from the wall surface for a sleek modern gallery look. In essence, it's professionally mounted and float framed for you already. We ship to you with the print a French Cleat that you attach to the wall and simply set the print's float mount frame right onto it!
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January 24th, 2017
Healing with nature in mind. The latest trends in the workplace combine nature landscapes as wall art in the office environment. If you can't shake loose for a 2-hour hike, why not bring the great outdoors indoors?
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September 18th, 2016
Fall is in the air and that's always an exciting time of year up here in New England. This month's blog features a virtual photo tour of my home state of Connecticut and the prettiest of places, the scenic Litchfield Hills. Click the link below to take you to the full September '16 fall foliage article.
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June 13th, 2016
This is titled Part 1 of the Glacier National Park journal, beginning with the 2014 Glacier National Park photo sessions. Accompanied by wildlife photographer John Vose, this was a 2-week session. The blog covers the challenges encountered as they work around a detailed itinerary. From the pleasant and some very unpleasant surprises mother nature shared with them. The article is highlighted by original images created by photographer Thomas Schoeller.
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April 2nd, 2016
Just published this informal photographers guide to my website. Looks like 2016 will see an early explosion of daffodil blooms at the Laurel Ridge foundation in Litchfield Connecticut. We just may be peak by the second week of April! Click the link below to read the article, and of course, my tips on taking better photographs while you're visiting.
March 27th, 2016
Spring is here and we are welcoming all First Time buyers with a 15% Discount off ANY print in the Gallery in ANY print medium! That means take 15% off Fine Art Paper prints, Canvas Prints, Metal Prints and our ultimate gallery presentation...... The Acrylic Print! The offer does not limit you to a single print, feel free to think about decorating more than one space and take advantage of the savings.
This is a LIMITED TIME offer, the sale ends May 1st 2016. Please visit the all new homepage website of Thomas Schoeller, "Revealing Natures Essence".
June 28th, 2015
The White Mountain Puzzle company.
based out of Jackson New Hampshire has released another autumn Covered bridge jigsaw puzzle by one of their new artist, Fine Art photographer Tom Schoeller. The new puzzle for 2015 is titled "Albany Covered bridge" and is a follow up to one of the companies best selling puzzles created by Tom titled "Sentinel Pine Covered bridge". Tom's New England themed images were discovered by White Mountain in late 2012 and his first effort with them was released mid year 2013. That Covered bridge has sold over 200,000 units in just over 18 months.
For over 30 years, White Mountain Puzzles has been offering America's favorite jigsaw puzzles for sale. From puzzles for adults. puzzles for kids, and puzzles the entire family will enjoy, we offer colorful jigsaw puzzles from recognized artists that are available for all ages and at all levels of difficulty. The puzzles are sold in many Barnes & Noble bookstores depending on your region, and at a number of Gift shops throughout New England. By clicking the link, you can purchase the puzzle direct from our website.
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His virtual on-line Art Gallery experience can be seen at
where is Covered Bridge prints and other collectible fine art prints can be purchased.
August 13th, 2014
Inspired by recent articles I've read in the past, I felt the urge to tie up some random thoughts I had floating around in this little noggin of mine. Among these thoughts one was asked of me during a recent photography workshop I was conducting. The question, innocent as it seemed, centered around my early ambitions as a photographer. It was a good question, deeper than I anticipated and it caused me to look deep into my soul and examine what motivates me!
Apparently, despite the fact I do this professionally, it was not a love of photography per say that started this momentous trek. The camera is merely my tool. If I wanted to win races, I guess I would need to build a fast car and learn the skills necessary to put in in a competitive position to win. For myself, I find the camera to be the tool I need to connect with people on an emotional and intellectual level.
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March 17th, 2014
I admit, this winter sure has me feeling a bit blue. The New England 2013-14 winter season is one for the record books on so many levels. I thought to put just a little "spring" in my step and write about the annual display of daffodils that take over a 15 acre parcel of land near Litchfield Connecticut.
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December 20th, 2013
My writing schedule for the New England Photography Guild pegged me right square in the middle of the "12 days of Christmas". I decided to take a different approach with a lighter fare, and invite my readers for a virtual winter tour of New England. A festive seasonal mindset if you will. So for a brief moment join in and allow me to provide a glimpse of how we spread the Holiday cheer up here in the northeast corner of the USA