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Hang Some Peace of Mind on Your Walls with the Help of Sun to Moon Gallery

By Elisha Neubauer

Since the dawn of time, humans have reached out to each other through the use of art- whether it be cave wall doodles, handcrafted jewelry, or as of late, high quality photography. Sun to Moon Gallery, located in the Dallas Design District, appreciates this newer, spectacular method of artwork and aims to bring the joy of a well-taken, superbly reproduced photograph into the home of every one of their visitors.

"Sun to Moon Gallery has been providing finely crafted photographic prints to individuals and businesses since 2001," states Marilyn Miller, Gallery Director and Co-Owner of Sun to Moon Gallery. "The gallery represents twelve contemporary, collectible American photographers with unique eyes for creating their photographs and painstakingly preparing their images for printing."

"Autumn reflections, Mt. Desert Island, Maine" by Scot Miller

This collection is displayed in the highest quality method possible, including large-format landscapes, hand-crafted bromoil and encaustic prints, platinum prints, platinum/palladium over gold leaf prints, black & white gelatin silver prints, and more. These prints are vivid, and eye catching from the moment you walk into the Gallery. "The gallery typically has fifty or more framed prints on display, with other prints available for showing," Miller affirms. "Sun to Moon Gallery also provides customized prints, from miniature to wall size murals, for restaurants, healthcare facilities and offices and works closely with clients to achieve their interior design goals."

Whether you're a first time buyer or a long time collector, Sun to Moon Gallery will help you to select a print that works for you, your household, or your business. "We often council photographic print buyers to, 'Buy what you love; buy what speaks to you,'" Miller tells us. "Great photography makes people feel good and it's rewarding to hear how the prints we sell have a positive effect on our customers' lives."

When it comes to photography, gallery Co-Owner Scot Miller knows exactly what he's talking about. Miller has collaborated with Harvard University twice, in which his work has traveled museums across the country, and he has published six books featuring his photography. You can also see his work frequently on the 'Moment in Nature' segment aired on the CBS Sunday Morning television program.

"Stand of Trees, Texas" by Dan Burkholder

Sun to Moon Gallery not only offers the highest quality prints available, but they do so at affordable prices; allowing visitors to the gallery to purchase based on taste, not budget. "Visitors love the variety of imagery and type of prints we offer and universally recognize the quality of the prints," Marilyn Miller says. "They also like that they are able to purchase fine prints that will last for generations, at reasonable prices for fine artwork. Many of the prints we sell become focal points of our customers' homes and offices."

No matter your taste, Sun to Moon Gallery can find something that will work just right for you. Art appreciation is based solely on the individual's taste, not on the mainstream opinion, while still managing to uphold its investment, making it worthwhile to anyone looking to get into collecting. "Buying artwork you love, that is collectable, that looks great hanging on your walls and that aids you in creating a relaxing, healing space," adds Miller, "what's not to like and celebrate?"

For more information about the gallery, feel free to visit their website at www.suntomoon.com.

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Elisha Neubauer is a freelance editor, ghostwriter, book reviewer, and author. She is...

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