Works by Moab photographer Jon Fuller featured at Dead Horse Point State Park
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A variety of landscape photographs, including “Mesa Arch Sunburst,” by Moab-based photographer Jon Fuller will be on display at the Big Horn Gallery at Dead Horse Point State Park through Aug. 31. Courtesy photo
A variety of landscape photographs, including “Mesa Arch Sunburst,” by Moab-based photographer Jon Fuller will be on display at the Big Horn Gallery at Dead Horse Point State Park through Aug. 31. Courtesy photo
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Jon Fuller has lived in Moab for more than 20 years and has been photographing the Colorado Plateau since 1975. His images have appeared in numerous publications throughout the world. Courtesy photo
Jon Fuller has lived in Moab for more than 20 years and has been photographing the Colorado Plateau since 1975. His images have appeared in numerous publications throughout the world. Courtesy photo
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The Bighorn Gallery at Dead Horse Point State Park is currently exhibiting images by Moab photographer Jon Fuller. The exhibit – “The Desert Landscape” – will be on display through Aug. 31.

Jon Fuller is a nature and travel photographer specializing in landscapes, wildlife and travel photography, according to a news release from the park. He has worked as a freelance stock photographer since 1983 and his first publication credit was a two-page spread in National Geographic magazine. His work has been printed in hundreds of publications around the world, including Outdoor Photographer, Ranger Rick, Insight travel guides and the Singapore Times.

Many of Fuller’s images have been used in magazines, books, calendars, posters, cards and advertising. He has been represented by three stock photography agencies in London, Tokyo and New York.

Fuller lived outside the United States for nine years on three different continents and continues to travel, photographing in more than 40 countries. He has been photographing the Colorado Plateau since 1975 and “never tires of its beauty, both subtle and spectacular,” he said in the news release.

Jon and his wife, Paula, have lived in Moab for the past 20 years. He was a founding partner in the Moab Paper Company, producing fine art ink jet papers for artists and photographers. He currently operates Moab Photo Tours, LLC and conducts private custom photography tours and photography workshops both in the Moab area, southeastern Utah and overseas.

During the exhibit, each image and prints are available for purchase. For more information about the artist, tours and workshops, visit www.moabphototours.com or www.jonfullerphotography.com.

Dead Horse Point State Park is located nine miles north of Moab on U.S. 191, and 23 miles south on state Route 313. The visitor center is open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Park admission is $10. For more information, contact the park at 435-259-2614.

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