Adorning El Progreso Memorial Library’s walls for the month of March are the landscape and wildlife images of photographer Ron Sprouse. The artist of the month exhibit is an excerpt of his state and national park photography.
Sprouse is a native Texan whose works spans five decades, with his favorite forms of photography being nature, wildlife, landscape and travel. His mediums include film, digital photography, and recently drone photography.
Throughout his career he has worked as a photographer for the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, the National Park Service, and the West Cave Nature Preserve.
Since moving to the area in 2003, he has photographed for the Uvalde Convention and Visitors Bureau, Texas Hill Country River Region, and several Concan area resorts.
Sprouse draws inspiration and is motivated by the landscape of the Colorado plateau, an area of the country he describes as a target-rich environment with the spectacular parks of Utah and New Mexico offering vistas of snowy mountains to deserts.
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