Peter Gommers creates fine art photographs, portraits and product photographs.

Please visit the photo galleries on the left. All pictures are for sale, order any size you prefer.

The photographs are of specific themes and landscapes found in Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Mexico, Japan and other locations.

Peter's first work is a series of photographs of the Petroglyphs located in Machias Bay in downeast Maine and a series about the building of a Birch bark canoe by David Moses Bridges. Peter's wife Ann has contributed a number of her pictures to this particular series.

On Mar 20th, 2010 we had an exhibit of Hawaiian images in the Gallery on the Pali, named "Island Light: Through Lens and Brush". This is again, a joint show featuring Peter's photographs and Ann's paintings capturing the uniqueness of Hawaiian light.

Recent trips to Maui, the Big Island, Lanai and Molokai resulted in more photographs, which can be viewed in their respective galleries.

A trip to Colombia over Thanksgiving 2010 presented a great opportunity to shoot life in Bogota and Cartagena.

End of 2010 I embarked on an experiment with flowers printed on metal. Fun!

Early 2011 I broke my ankle and was out of commission for 2 months. However, I used the time to publish my first book Similitudes.  As follow up, in spring of 2012 I took my camera in the waves at sunset and shot through crashing waves.  I gathered those pictures in a book named Oahu Surf.

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