Gary Karlsen Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Gary Karlsen based on themed collections. 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.
Artwork by Gary Karlsen
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.
Zoufris Maracas Poster by Gary Karlsen
La Maison Hansi Poster by Gary Karlsen
Dub FX and Zoufris Maracas Poster by Gary Karlsen
Fifty-one Packard by Gary Karlsen
Spooky Forest by Gary Karlsen
A Very Curious Sifaka by Gary Karlsen
White Super Power Truck by Gary Karlsen
Lions Gate Bridge and Brockton Point by Gary Karlsen
Garage du Palais by Gary Karlsen
Studebaker 47 by Gary Karlsen
Bench in Promenade de Plante by Gary Karlsen
Nine Pedestrians at Place Vendome by Gary Karlsen
Sisters in the Waterpark by Gary Karlsen
Ancient Alsace Auberge by Gary Karlsen
Bikes for Hire in Lyon by Gary Karlsen
Shooting the Photographer by Gary Karlsen
Arches at the Arno by Gary Karlsen
Bibliotheque Municipale by Gary Karlsen
Sunshine a Stem by Gary Karlsen
Clothesline in Biot by Gary Karlsen
Posing for Photo Shoot at Le Palais Royal by Gary Karlsen
New Bike in Old Lucca by Gary Karlsen
Florentine Carousel by Gary Karlsen
Chrome Mirrored to Yellow by Gary Karlsen
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About Gary Karlsen
Gary Karlsen's rich and varied travels have included hitch-hiking across North America; riding the rails across Canada; flying single engine airplanes into mountain lakes; traveling half the globe as a merchant mariner; and speaking at international conferences as an educator. He has travelled through careers in the construction industry, the teaching profession, and as a television producer. Karlsen continues to explore the world with his lifelong companion, Joanne and share his experiences with others through his writing, his photography, and videos (See YouTube). He lives with his wife and family in British Columbia, Canada.
Gary is continuing to select his best photographs and making them available worldwide on the Fine Arts America website.