Charlene Mitchell Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Charlene Mitchell 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 Charlene Mitchell
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.
Point Lobos Veteran Cypress Tree by Charlene Mitchell
Big Sur Vista by Charlene Mitchell
Springtime in Pacific Grove by Charlene Mitchell
Big Sur Majesty by Charlene Mitchell
Point Reyes Overlooking Tomales Bay by Charlene Mitchell
Blue Door in Santa Fe by Charlene Mitchell
Old Bisbee Arizona by Charlene Mitchell
Castro Canyon in Big Sur by Charlene Mitchell
Point Lobos Rocks and Branches by Charlene Mitchell
Garden Meditation by Charlene Mitchell
Sonoma County Vineyards Near Healdsburg by Charlene Mitchell
Stinson Beach by Charlene Mitchell
Monastery Beach in Carmel California by Charlene Mitchell
Cymbidium Orchids by Charlene Mitchell
Old Church in Bisbee by Charlene Mitchell
Spring Blossoms Near Calistoga by Charlene Mitchell
The Gadsden Hotel in Douglas Arizona by Charlene Mitchell
Dot's Diner in Bisbee by Charlene Mitchell
Vintage Vagabond Trailer by Charlene Mitchell
Lavender Pit in Historic Bisbee Arizona by Charlene Mitchell
Vineyards in Sonoma County by Charlene Mitchell
Wildflower Path at Ribera Beach by Charlene Mitchell
Quan Yin Statue by Charlene Mitchell
Point Lobos Coastal View by Charlene Mitchell
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About Charlene Mitchell
If there is anything more awkward than writing a bio about oneâ€™s self, I canâ€™t name it right now. So, please bear with me as I attempt to tell you a bit about myself and my work.
I started my life-long love affair with photography as a 10 year old with an Instamatic camera, gifted me by my dad, who was shooting 8mm home movies of our family vacations, our cross-country moves and many National Parks. I will forever be grateful that Dad felt it important to seek out beautiful places and encourage me as a photographer. I have never stopped traveling and shooting. I also got pretty good at editing and splicing all of those home movies.
At 19, after my first visit to Mt. Tamalpais in West Marin, California, I scrambled home and obtained my first 35mm camera. I never did take a class in photography, instead relying on feedback from friends, other photographers, and the guy behind the counter at the camera store where I had my slides processed.
Fast forward several decades and Iâ€™m still at it, capturing images with a pro digital SLR and editing with Lightroom and Photoshop. Iâ€™ve even been known to create some pretty great images with my iPhone. Because life is fascinating that way.
Chase the light. There is always something magical presenting itself, just waiting for our interpretation.