’56 T-Bird at Frontier Gas by Steven Bundy

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’56 T-Bird at Frontier Gas


16″ x 20″

More about Steven Bundy


New Mexico photographer, Steven Bundy, has been photographically documenting the American Southwest over the majority of the last two decades. Based in Taos, Steve has been providing images to both local and national magazines such as: Cowboy & Indians Magazine, Colorado Life Magazine, New Mexico Magazine, Shadow & Light Magazine, Alibi Magazine, Shot Magazine, Free Verse Journal, Albuquerque Arts Magazine, and various visitor guides throughout New Mexico. He shares his love of New Mexico and photography by providing photo tours of some of his favorite locations together with teaching workshops. His work is represented by Tularosa Gallery of Photography in Carrizozo, NM, Panterra Gallery in Bisbee, AZ and the Albuquerque Art Museum Foundation. In 2009 Steve published a book of his Black & White photography titled “Through the Lens”. He has also provided images for the cover of novels by author Wesley Redfield and poet Joseph Charles McKenzie. His images are included in the permanent collections of the State of New Mexico-Art in Public Places; the Gus Foster Collection of Taos, NM; together with works exhibited nationally and within numerous private collections.

’56 T-Bird at Frontier Gas by Steven Bundy