Hello, potential LEGEND! Are you a Museo user? We are looking to feature artists that utilize Museo Fine Art paper in their work right here on this page. If you are interested in getting one of your photos and a small bio with a link to the destination of your choice, please submit the form below with a little bit about who you are and why you use Museo for your art. We will be featuring submissions in a monthly email news blast with full credit and link out to your work.

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Del Higgins Biography

“I take photos for one simple reason, I love to. I want to capture the beauty in front of me, so that I may keep it timeless forever. When people look at my work I went them to see and feel my emotions, bask in the light emanating, from somewhere behind the glass and perhaps even spark a memory. My favorite part of presenting my work is to see the reactions on people’s faces.

The decisions I make in my pieces are based on finding the beauty in everyday life that others may overlook or think does not exist. The most striking attribute of my work, I think is my play with light and how it enhances and animates what I am photographing.

My current work expresses more of my creative side. It is reflecting more of what is becoming, “my style.” The main ingredients to making my style of photographs are, intriguing light, raw emotion, strong foreground presence, and last but not least a sense of depth. With my work, I hope to frame a small piece of myself to share with all who look upon it.”

Thank you Del for being a Museo Legend!

You can find Del’s work on his Facebook page linked here

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Art by Sylvia Ripoll

Prints and Photos by Antonello Alagna

Antonello Alagna on Museo Fine Art 

Antonello is a Fine Art printer in Sicily, Italy at Immaginazione FineArt and his client Sylvia Ripoll is a photographer who prints with Silver Rag exclusively! He says the Silver Rag has a unique texture and prefer using it for its whites that aren’t “cold” with an “excellent gamut”. He says he also likes the gamut of the Textured Rag as well!

Thank you Sylvia and Antonello for being Museo Legends!

You can find Sylvia work linked here

You can also find Antonello’s print shop here

Peter Ranyard Biography

Peter has used “Museo papers exclusively in the production of the artwork for exhibition and display. I have used the silver rag, the portfolio rag and the artist cards for both my work and those of my wife, who is also a fine artist. She is an exhibiting watercolour painter. I have printed in both black and white and colour and have found the Museo papers perfect for my requirements.”

“Peter Ranyard is a formally trained commercial photographer, fine artist, and educator who has maintained a professional arts practice for more than 25 years. He has had extensive experience collaborating on projects in the fine art, corporate, institutional and private sectors in Australia and overseas as well as being a photography teacher and administrator.

Most recently Peter has had a solo exhibition Coast at CIT in 2012, a two-person exhibition Material Substance and the Lightness of Touch with the ceramicist Sarit Cohen at Form Gallery in 2013, Beneath the Surface at M16 Artspace in 2014, Impermanence at the Firestation Gallery (Armadale Melbourne) in August 2015, the solo exhibition River, at the Huw Davies Gallery at Photoaccess in September 2016 and the group exhibition Memoria Platea at M16 Artspace in November/December 2016. In 2017 and 2018 he has exhibited as part of Design Canberra Festival as well as holding an open studio. In August he was part of the Canon Roadshow projection at the National Portrait Gallery of Australia”

Thank you, Peter, for being a Museo Legend!

You can find Peters’s work linked here

Tiff Brown Biography

“Tiffanie Brown is a formally trained fine artist, muralist, and illustrator that has maintained a thriving professional arts practice for more than 20 years. She has extensive experience collaborating on projects in the corporate, institutional and private sectors in Australia and overseas. In November 2007 Tiff held a highly successful solo sell-out exhibition at Solander Gallery, Canberra. In 2008 she was selected as a finalist in the Sulman Prize at the Art Gallery of NSW. Her exhibition quiet noise was also a sell-out. Most recently Tiff won the 2016 Wollongong Art Gallery Contemporary Watercolour prize. She has received numerous corporate and private commissions and has lectured at the University of Canberra.

Her illustration portfolio is comprised of a wide array of styles and mediums that she has developed and perfected throughout her career. Tiffanie’s range of illustrative styles includes photorealistic watercolour painting and technical cutaway drawing, fine art watercolour, and acrylic painting, as well as a number of black and white styles in various mediums. She also specializes in interior finishes, contemporary graphic murals, and trompe l’oeil. Her work has graced annual reports, brochures, print and television ads, posters, catalogues, manuals, postcards, multimedia productions, and websites. Her mural work appears in public institutions, restaurants, hotels, clubs and private residences around Australia. She has worked also worked as a photographic stylist and is a qualified interior designer.”

Thank you, Tiff for being a Museo Legend!

You can find Tiff’s work linked here

About Oliver Wehrli

“I am a fine art landscape photographer from a small village in Switzerland where I live together with my family. Early on I started to develop a passion for landscape photography. In recent years, photography has become the center of my life. I pursue the claim of presenting the landscape in its natural form. The aesthetics of the overall picture are, particularly in focus. For such pictures, I spend many hours in nature. It is the fine colors and the soft light that inspires me. My aim is to convey the beautiful appearance of a landscape scenery in just such an image. Sometimes it takes patience. Only when everything interacts, can a perfect picture emerge.

The images should not be left alone on the hard disk. The coronation is a print of a photo. For my fine art prints, I use the brilliant Museo Portfolio Rag paper. This paper reflects the unique plasticity and color depth. I love it!”

Thank you Oliver for being a Museo Legend!

You can find Oliver’s work linked here

About Sabrina Larcher

Sabrina Larcher grew up in the canton of Zurich in Switzerland. The constant movement of light and colour in nature started to fascinate her early in life. She eventually discovered her passion for photography during her travels, which she likes to combine with sports adventures. Using the camera, she expresses her enthusiasm for landscape, nature, and people in a creative way. Her images capture the individual beauty of each motif, allowing the viewers to experience them from new perspectives. Sabrina often starts her photo excursions before dawn and ends them only after the last light has disappeared behind the horizon. The required time and efforts usually pay off by rewarding her with unique results. These priceless experiences, as well as the moments of absolute contentment and tranquility in the midst of nature, constantly motivate Sabrina to set off with her camera, regardless of wind and weather conditions. It is only the large-format fine art print on high-quality paper that turns the moments captured in her camera into lasting memories. To Sabrina, the final wall picture rounds out her work and makes the experience complete. It breathes life into these particular moments again and allows her to recall the scenes and sensations experienced in all their details.

For her prints, Sabrina Larcher exclusively uses Museo paper. Her favourite paper is Museo Portfolio Rag due to its unique and unmatched colour depth and luminosity. It’s absolutely amazing.

Thank you Sabrina for being a Museo Legend!

You can find Sabrina’s work linked here