DAVID BAHR
Fine Art and Nature Photography

About Dave

I am an award winning artist focusing on fine-art nature photography. My artwork is frequently in major museums such as the Smithsonian and can also be found in national parks and in notable galleries such as The Dairy Center, Rembrandt Yard, and Hartman.

I have been the Artist in Residence at Glacier Bay National Park, received a Windland Smith Rice International Photography Award, been the Boulder County Open Space Artist in Residence at Caribou Ranch, and more. My art has been highlighted in many magazines and popular calendars including Nature’s Best Photography, the National Wildlife Federation, and Defenders of Wildlife.

Following degrees from Harvard and the University of Colorado, I moved to the mountains west of Boulder where I happily photograph when not making extended and frequent stays in Alaska, Namibia, and other wilderness heavens.

Some Awards, Etc.
2014-2016 Artwork on display in Smithsonian
2014-2015 Artwork in Anchorage Museum, AK
2015 Defenders of Wildlife, honorable mention
2014 Defenders of Wildlife, honorable mention
2013 Artist in Residence, Glacier Bay National Park
2013-2014 Artist with Voices of the Wilderness
2013-2014 Artist in Res., Boulder County Open Space
2012 Artwork on display in Smithsonian, Wash. DC.
2011 Windland Smith Rice Int'l Photography Award
2011 Apogee Award
2011-2017 and 2020 Juried into Boulder Open Studios
2010 Defenders of Wildlife Photo Contest Winner
2010-2021 Solo and group exhibitions in the Smithsonian Natural History Museum, The Dairy Center, Rembrandt Yard, Hartman Gallery, The Canvas Gallery, Sitka National Historical Park, Anchorage Museum, Morris Thompson Cultural Center, Tongass Historical Museum, Boulder County Courthouse, Glacier Bay National Park, and many additional venues.
Dave at work

Dave. (Photo credit: Michelle Miller)

 
Eagle in the Smithsonian

Eagle by David Bahr in the Smithsonian Museum, DC. (Photo credit: Charles Bahr, 2015)

 
Example in Rembrandt Gallery.

Tequila Sunrise, 40 by 60 inches, at the Rembrandt Gallery, Boulder.