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Rick Thiemke

Rick Thiemke

Jackson, WY

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I have always enjoyed photography. I believe that how you take a picture reflects on what you have seen, where you have been, who you have met, and all of that results in making it personal and yet artistic.
I have lived in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for over 14 years and have never had a day that I wasnít amazed at the beauty that surrounds me; from seeing the Grand Tetons nearly everyday to the abundance of wildlife that also call Jackson Hole their home.
Iíve drawn with pencil, marker, and pen since the early 70s, but it wasnít until I started working with Photoshop as a hobby 10 years ago to create abstract designs that I started thinking about evolving the potential of using a computer.
Over the past three years in order Iíve been working with Photoshop nearly everyday to learn what I can do with simple ideas. Half of the time I think I know how to get what I want and I am satisfied with the result, but then the other half of the time I struggle to work with some design or image and it just doesnít turn out how I want it to. Regardless, I keep all my projects so that I can revisit them from time to time.

I have always enjoyed photography. I believe that how you take a picture reflects on what you have seen, where you have been, who you have met, and all of that results in making it personal and yet artistic.
I have lived in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for over 14 years and have never had a day that I wasnít amazed at the beauty that surrounds me; from seeing the Grand Tetons nearly everyday to the abundance of wildlife that also call Jackson Hole their home.
Iíve drawn with pencil, marker, and pen since the early 70s, but it wasnít until I started working with Photoshop as a hobby 10 years ago to create abstract designs that I started thinking about evolving the potential of using a computer.
Over the past three years in order Iíve been working with Photoshop nearly everyday to learn what I can do with simple ideas. Half of the time I think I know how to get what I want and I am satisfied with the result, but then the other half of the time I struggle to work with some design or image and it just doesnít turn out how I want it to. Regardless, I keep all my projects so that I can revisit them from time to time.