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Artwork by Gina Fitzhugh

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About Gina Fitzhugh

Gina Fitzhugh I love the outdoors and just watching nature and its interactions. One of my favorite things to photograph is wildlife. My goal is to capture a cute behavior, an endearing moment, an interesting facial expression or wildlife in action. A very close second is beautiful scenery. When I was young, I remember looking at a painted scene on my grandmothers wall and daydreaming that I was in that place. So, I naturally look for scenes that encourage one to pause for a moment, relax and breathe. It could be something very simple, a 'stop and smell the roses' moment that most people would overlook on an average day. My desire is for my photographs to evoke a feeling of calm, provide a distraction from stress, dream and maybe even laugh. I trust you find something that speaks to you. I hope that you will enjoy the photographs and if needed, find respite from difficult times.

I started photography because I wanted to identify the many birds that visited my backyard. I was not looking for that perfect picture, just something for identification and documentation. Then I submitted a photograph to a magazine and it was published. At that point, I got excited. I started learning how to use a digital camera and get a unique shot. Then I was approached by someone to enter an art show. I hardly thought that what I hung on my wall was worthy, but was nonetheless convinced to participate in a booth at the Octoberfest celebration in Nashville, TN in 2015. From there I started participating in several local art shows, contests and more magazine submissions. The more feedback I got, the more excited and determined I became to learn not only photography, but editing.

Then in early 2017, life it and it hit hard in multiple ways. I did not pick up my camera or look at my website for three years. Now, I have found the joy and excitement again. My photography has helped me heal. I have started adding some inspirational messages. I think we all need healing, or at least a boost of inspiration from time to time. Thank you for visiting my site.

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