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Ruth Hager

RuthHagerFineArtPhotography

Claremont, CA

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I am a fine art photographer from Grand Rapids Michigan and now have a home base in Claremont, California. Since 1997, I have been living in an RV, traveling across the United States, Canada and Mexico as well as traveling internationally. Traveling has provided me with countless opportunities to photograph an extensive range of people, places, flora, fauna and anything else that captures my attention. I display my photographs in exhibits and online at www.ruth-ager.pixels.com and on Facebook. The easiest way to get to my photos on Fine Art America is to use my FAA website address which is http://www.ruth-hager.pixels.com.
My primary goal in exhibiting my photographs is to share some of the beauty that I have found in my travels. If you find that my photos nourish you, please buy one. You will receive many years of pleasure for only a penny or two a day. Thank you to all who have purchased my photographs. I like the thought of my photographs finding places where they will feel right at home. Please email me with any questions or comments about my artwork.
My photo exhibit "Honoring the Women of the World" has been shown in three West Michigan venues. Fifty of my photos have been published. For ArtPrize 2010 in Grand Rapids Michigan, my entry "Michigan Wildflowers" was shown at Oppenheimer & Co., Inc. For ArtPrize 2011, my photo assemblage titled "Descent into Heaven" with images of Antelope Canyon was shown at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. My portrait "Introverts Anonymous Meeting" was exhibited in Festival 2012 Regional Arts Competition in Grand Rapids, Michigan. August 3-5, 2012, I exhibited several small photo montages titled "Sandstone Sunsongs" and The Heart of Petra" at the New York Premier of Parallax Art Fair, an international art exhibition. My ArtPrize 2012 photo assemblage of the colorful cottages in Asbury Grove entitled "Coming Home" was shown in City Art Gallery. My photo assemblage titled "Petra Rocks" was part of the Michigan Collage, Assemblage and Construction (Art) Exhibition shown in Lowell, Michigan, This was a state-wide, juried competition.
The easiest way to see view my photos is to go to Galleries, each of which contains photos on a specific subject or place. My photos can be purchased as 5 x 7 photo cards, as prints in many sizes and on a large choice of frames and mounts. They can also be purchased as prints on shower curtains, pillow covers, t-shirts, tote bags, etc.

 

Tough-leaved Iris along Pacific Ocean on Cape Meares -Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Tillamook Bay in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Three Arches Rock at Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Salal Shrubs in Cape Meares in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

On a Cape Meares Beach near Tillamook Bay in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Octopus Tree, Unusual Sitka Spruce in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Pacific Ocean from Cape Meares in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Nesting Rock from Cape Meares in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

English Daisies by the Roadside in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Driftwood on Cape Meares beach in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Driftwood and Rocks on Cape Meares Beach in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Cow Parsnip over Pacific Ocean at Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Cow Parsnip near Otter Crest in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Light in Cape Meares Lighthouse in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Cape Meares Lighthouse in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Bur Cucumber in Cape Meares State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Tillamook Head in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Tillamook Head Lighthouse in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Sword Ferns on Clothespin Log on Clatsop Loop Trail in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Sword Ferns in Ocean Mist on Clatsop Loop Trail in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Steep Cliffs of Tillamook Head in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Sitka Spruce on Clatsop Loop Trail in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Seeping Spring Monkeyflower on Clatsop Loop Trail in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

False Lily of the Valley on Clatsop Loop Trail in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Horizontal Sitka Spruce Branches for Nesting Murres in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Hiking the Clatsop Loop Trail in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Fallen Sitka Spruce in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Crescent Beach in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Indian Beach Rocks in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Indian Beach Picnicer in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Indian Beach in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Fence and Flowers on Indian Beach in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Rabbit by Indian Beach in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Rabbit by Indian Beach in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Gulls on the Sand Below in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Rocks at Ecola Point in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Nesting Common Murres at Ecola Point in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Ecola Point in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Gulls on a Sandbar on Cannon Beach, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Wild Roses near Cannon Beach in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Cannon Beach in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Cannon Beach Rocks in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Cannon Beach in Ecola State Park, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Silverweed on Cape Lookout, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Cape Lookout, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Cape Kiwanda Beach, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Light Pink Western Azalea, Seaside RV Resort, Oregon by Ruth Hager

 

Light Pink Western Azalea at Seaside RV Resort at Oregon by Ruth Hager