Today  |  World Wide

Fine Art Photography for Interior Designers and Remodelers

Welcome to Jess Lee's Limited Edition Fine Art Photography Designed Especially For Luxury Home Designers and Remodelers . This Luxury fine art landscape gallery is an online landscape photography gallery showcasing awe-inspiring landscape photography from Arizona, California, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Oregon, and Washington by Jess Lee. Unlike brick and mortar art galleries, this online art gallery is a location where art lovers worldwide can view and purchase museum quality limited edition fine art Landscape and Nature photography prints. These fine art wall art prints can be purchased at a fraction of the price found from storefront art galleries and be of higher quality than physical galleries. This is accomplished by the reduction of overhead from real estate and sales staff which is passed on to the art collector in a traditional gallery. Enjoy the images below and my other online galleries in the menu above.

Horse Photography Prints. Pictures available as an Acrylic, Metal, Canvas, or Fine Art Paper limited edition wall art prints.
Horses of the World
Morning at Dead Horse Point
Dead Horse Point
Tree Photography Print Autumn Tree Photo
Cascades, Washington
 Drive through the trees to the Autumn Way
Beautiful Tree Photography
Death Valley Photography Print Baked Landscape, Death Valley
Death Valley | California
Reflecting Autumn Maples
Washington State
Photo of mount rainier reflecting in Tipso lake.
Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State
Sunrise Canyonlands
Canyonlands, Utah
Twisted Wave | Wild Surf
Cape Disappointment, Washington
Multnomah Falls, Oregon Maple covered walkway to glory.
Oregon Beautiful Tree Photography
Evening Rim Light
Canyonlands | Utah
Red fall evening sky.
Rocky Mountains, Colorado
Red Sand Dunes
Monument Valley | USA
Sunset over the Arizona grasslands.
Beautiful Tree Photography
Autumn Rainbow Pond
Cascades | Washington
Autumns golden Tree bow
Beautiful Tree Photography
Death Valley Photography Print  Desert Fan
Death Valley, Nat. Park | California
Grand Teton National Park Fall Color Photo Print
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Death Valley Photography Print Manley Moonset
Death Valley | California
Summer Refreshment
Grand Canyon, National Park
Olympic National Park
Jagged teeth-like rock formations in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.
Bryce Canyon | Utah
A thick blanket of snow covering Bryce Canyon in Utah.
Bryce Canyon | Utah
Center Stage snowy tree in Zion National Park picture
Zion National Park, Utah
Navajo desert picture at sunrise
Arizona | USA
Teton barns photo with mountains.
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Abstract Desert Patterns
Capitol Reef, Utah
The Oregon Trail of Trees
Beautiful Tree Photography
Canyon Bloom
Capitol Reef | Utah
Tree Photography Print fall color
Pacific Northwest
Cathedral Rocks in Arizona, surrounded by native plants and a rail fence.
Cathedral Rocks, Sedona, Arizona | USA
Tree Photography Print White birch
Washington State PNW
The Green Way
Mt Rainier | Washington
Light pouring over the Grand Canyon in Arizona, painting it all sorts of beautiful colors.
Grand Canyon, Arizona
Autumn Path
Oregon | USA
Morning Blues
Oregon | USA
Sunrise over Apache Lake in Arizona, with a patch of beautiful spring flowers in the foreground.
Apache Lake, Arizona | USA
Arizona's Grand Canyon covered in a thin layer of snow.
Grand Canyon, Arizona | USA
Grand Teton Photography of Teton Flowers in a Fine Art Limited Edition Print. Available as a framed or float mounted, ready to hang wall art.
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Grand Teton Photography of Teton Barn at sunset in a Fine Art Limited Edition Print. Available as a framed or float mounted, ready to hang wall art.
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Cascadia Autumn
Leavenworth. Washington
Cotton candy clouds hanging above canyon in Monument Valley, Arizona.
Arizona | USA
Colorado Fall Color Photography Print Dallas divide
San Juan Mountains, Colorado
Storm Break over the Tetons
Grand Teton Park | Wyoming
Golden hour settling in on Cape Royal, Grand Canyon, Arizona.
Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona | USA
Grand Teton National Park Photography Print Sunrise Reflection
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Glacier National Park Photography Print of mountains and bear grass
Glacier National Park, Montana
Grand Teton Barn Pano with snowy mountain background
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Yellowstone Bull Bison lined up walking in winter snow with snow on there face.
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Mount Hood Morning
Trillium Lake | Oregon
Reflecting on Autumn
Rocky Mountains, Colorado
Mount Rainer Photograph Fine Art Print of summer blue color flowers and snow capped mountain photo. Edith Creek
Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State
The Aurora Borealis in Alaska putting on a light show by light of the moon.
Arctic Brooks Range, Alaska
Desert Sand Dune Picture
White Sands | New Mexico
Autumn Beauty From Afar
Mt Baker, Washington
Mount Rainer Photograph Fine Art Print of summer blue flowers and snow capped mountain photo.
Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State
Summer Paradise
Washington State
Oregon | USA
Tree Photography Print Japanese Maple Tree in Fall orange color
Japanese Garden Portland Oregon
Mount Rainer Photograph Fine Art Print of summer flowers blue color and snow capped mountain photo at sunset.
Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State
Grand Teton National Park Photography Print of Sunrise at the Oxbow Bend of the Snake River.
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Mountain Rebirth
Mt Saint Helens, Washington
Grand Teton snow capped Mount Moraine
Grand Teton, National Park, Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park Photography Print of a Photographer at the Oxbow Bend of the Snake River.
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Red Emperor Japanese Maple in Fall
Japanese Garden Portland | Oregon
Double Take at Tipsoo Lake
Mount Rainier, Washington
Colorado Fall Color Photography Print Aspen twisted trees
San Juan Mountains, Colorado
Morning on Mt Rainier before the storm with fall color in the grass and streaking clouds over the snow capped mountain. Fine art wall art photo print.
Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State
Color Pond
Washington | USA
Cascade Barn
Washington | USA
The Noch
Washington | USA
Onaqui Wild Horses
Onaqui Mountain | Utah
River Run
Cascades Washington | USA
Sweet Dreams
Sunrise Dune Picture
White Sands | New Mexico
Autumn colors take hold in the Brooks Range in Alaska.
Arctic Brooks Range, Alaska
Sunset falling over the Grand Canyon in Arizona.
Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona | USA
Fall color covering Denali National Park's landscape in a thick blanket of red, orange, yellow, and green.
Denali, Alaska
Storm brewing over Alaskan mountain range. Autumn colors are in full bloom.
Gates of the Arctic | Alaska
Colorado Fall Color Photography Print Lizard Pass
Beautiful Tree Photography
Ocean City
Oregon | USA
Fluffy clouds over the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon, Arizona | USA
Tree Photography Print golden maple
Japanese Garden, Oregon
The colors of Provence
Provence | France
Alaska aurora-reflection
Alaska Auroraland | USA
Zion National Park Watchman with Milky Way photograph
Zion National Park, Utah
Grand Teton sunrise Photography Print of the Teton Range reflecting  in a side channel of the Snake River
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Forever Green
Palouse | Washington
Sunrise in Monument Valley casts beautiful colors over the vast landscape.
Monument Valley | USA
The Delta Flow
Alaska | USA
Pred dawn Photo of Cathedral Rocks
Sedona | Arizona
Sun burst on the Madison River. A Yellowstone National Park Photography Print.
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Sun rise surf and rocks
Florida- Atlantic Ocean
Autumn Evening Clouds with warm sunset light in Southwest Colorado
Rocky Mountains, Colorado
Mount Wilson Autumn Morning with yellow aspen trees
Colorado | USA
Half Dome Inspiration | Click For Details
Yosemite, California | USA
Reflecting on rain in the desert.
Vermillion Cliffs, Arizona

What is Fine Art Landscape Photography?

"Landscape photography shows spaces within the world, sometimes vast and unending, but other times microscopic. Landscape photographs typically capture the presence of nature but can also focus on man-made features or disturbances of landscapes."

"Fine art photography is photography created in line with the vision of the photographer as an artists using photography as a medium for creative expression." Really?

I think the goal of fine-art photography should be to capture a concept that will express an idea, a message, or an emotion that the artist-photographer felt when the idea for the photo was conceived. That conception often happens months or even years before the shutter is pressed. Then other times the concept of the final image changes while the photo-artists is looking through the viewfinder. This stands in contrast to representational photography, such as photojournalism, which provides a documentary visual account of specific subjects and events, literally representing objective reality rather than the subjective intent of the photographer; and commercial photography, the primary focus of which is to advertise products, or services.

In short Fine Art photography is about creation rather than documentation. Easy enough to say, but concept creation in photography is not really that easy. The camera is meant to capture a scene, whether in stills or video, it can be the ultimate documentary device. It is the photo-artists job to make that capture more than what we commonly see. There are as many ways to accomplish this concept. A skilled artist has many tools at hand to make this captured scene their own. Lens can compress or expand how the scene is captured. The shutter can control the actual time the scene is recorded but slowing or freezing movement in a scene. The angle of light the artist chooses will make the scene seem harsher or softer, more defined by shadow or reviewed by direct light. That is only a few of the vast decisions the photo artist has the opportunity to make in the creation process there are many more to make before that shutter is opened.

Then when the image is recorded the fine art concept takes another step in the process. That of the darkroom work to bring the concept to life. It is not really important if the artist chooses the manual manipulation of the image with enlarger, burning and dodging the light as it strikes the paper and filter to control the strength of the contrast or a computer and software to have even more control of the creative process. Those decisions are just the choices the photo artist can make in the creation of their fine art photograph.

How to Select your Fine Art Landscape Print

Winter Bison

To see examples of prints hung in room check here

Display Options and Ordering

I am proud to offer my images in four main styles

Lumachrome® HD Trulife® Acrylic Prints, ready to hang or framed
Exhibit Mounted Metal Print, ready to hang
Fuji Crystal Archive Print, ready for framing

Museum Quality Fine Art Rag

Print options and sizes are shown beneath the display of each image. Just click on the style and size you want to order. If there is a special size or something different that you need as to style, please contact me.

Lumachrome® HD Trulife® Acrylic Print, Ready to Hang

I prefer to display much of my work on the finest acrylic print in the world, the Lumachrome® HD Acrylic Print using TruLife® acrylic. The Lumachrome® process is engineered to overcome and surpass the limitations of traditional Fujiflex chromogenic and other inkjet processes. Details appear to emerge in 3D from the depths of the image with the Lumachrome® process along with brilliant colors, superior shadow luminosity & detail and a radiant glowing response under halogen lighting.

Trulife® acrylic is an innovative, single sided, anti-reflective, and abrasion-resistant acrylic. It virtually eliminates reflections, blocks up to 99% of UV rays, has a hard coat that protects against scratches and cleans like glass.

Your print will have a 1/8 inch thick acrylic surface with an aluminum backing and an HD 1.375" ROMA back mounted recessed floating frame allowing your artwork to appear to “float” on the wall.


While the frameless Lumachrome prints look great, you may prefer to purchase your print without the rear frame so that it may be placed inside a wood frame. We highly recommend the use of a linen mat in addition to the frame. I also highly recommend RomaMoulding® or LARSON-JUHL wood frames. While these frames are available at most custom frame shops, it would be my pleasure to provide you with a finished product including a mat and frame. I would be happy to discuss the options with you.

Exhibit Mounted Metal Print, Ready to Hang

These prints represent a new art medium for preserving photos by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. Your images will take on a magical luminescence. Colors are vibrant and the luminescence is breathtaking. Detail and resolution are unsurpassed. They are available in sizes up to 48” x 96”.

The prints are made with a brilliant white high gloss surface for unsurpassed detail and vibrance. They are mounted on inset frame that floats the print ¾” off the wall when hung.

If you need a size that is not shown or larger size, please contact me for options.

Fuji Crystal Archive Print, Ready for Framing

These fine art prints are made using Fuji Crystal Digital Pearl paper, which is in my opinion, is the finest paper available for printing high gloss Fine Art Photographs. Pearl-like crystals give silver halide color prints a specific luster, creating a distinctive pearl-like appearance, which is sure to capture your attention. This glossy surface offers sharp detail, high intensity colors, and a distinctive pearl-like appearance. The prints are mounted to a 2mm black or white Styrene backing that resists warping, making it an excellent choice for adding durability and providing rigidity for framing. These prints are available in almost any size up 100 inches. There are options for even larger prints. As I recall the largest we have done on paper was 160 inches long.

Museum Quality Fine Art Rag

Hahnemühle Photo Rag a white, 100% cotton paper with a smooth surface texture – guarantees archival standards. With its premium matt inkjet coating

I prefer this paper for the best classic fine art display medium. My work has been printed on this paper over one thousand times and displayed in collections worldwide. Its surface is smooth with a subtle texture, and a slightly warm base that produces very pleasing B&W prints reminiscent of platinum prints and meets the highest industry standards regarding density, color gamut, color graduation, and image sharpness while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper.

Shipping Costs

The cost of shipping for prints 24x36 and smaller is included for orders in the United States. Pieces larger than 24x36 will be charged at actual shipping and insurance cost from the shipper. Your artwork will be carefully packed and could require a signature upon receipt. Tracking information will be provided to you.


Your Limited Edition Fine Art Print is digitally signed accompanied by a signed and dated Certificate of Authenticity. In most cases, the Certificate will be emailed to you as a pdf file but can be mailed to you, if desired.

Returns For Damage

I stand behind the quality of my products. However, there is always the possibility of something unexpected happening where the print is damaged in packaging or shipping. If your artwork arrives damaged, please notify me immediately and provide me photographs of the damage. I will work with you to return the artwork for a replacement at no cost to you. Please understand that I require that you notify me of the damage within 48 hours of receipt of your artwork.

Displaying Your Artwork

It is important that you display any fine art photography in a well-lit space or with individual lighting. The metallic papers and metal prints do an incredible job of using and reflecting light to show off the image as it should be. While it is not possible to duplicate the brightness of back-lit screens from computers and other devices, the papers and processes used for my artwork will result in outstanding results with proper lighting.

Privacy Policy

Your personal information such as credit card numbers, email address, phone number, etc. will NEVER be sold or given to any other person or business.

Mounted Fine Art Limited Edition Prints on room wall samples by Jess Lee Photography


The purchase of any artwork for your home or office is never an easy decision. There are many things to consider and I would like to provide you with as much information as I can to help you through the process. I understand these decisions are highly personal and I am available to answer any questions you may have.

Considerations When Choosing A Fine Art Print

Many people choose a fine art print because of a connection to a location or scene. Perhaps they lived nearby or had a very special experience there and they want something to remember it by. With our large selection of fine art prints from many locations, it is easily possible that there could be more than one to decide between.

Of course, possible a better reason is to purchase artwork simply because you feel it will be a striking addition to your home or office. Maybe it is a location you would like to go to someday or even just the colors you find attractive. Art is always subjective and if you like it, you like it.

The next decision is the style of print. I have been most impressed with the Lumachrome® HD Acrylic Print using TruLife® Acrylic because of the way the TruLife® Acrylic eliminates glare. Nothing is more frustrating than having a beautiful print on the wall that you can barely see because it is reflecting what is outside a nearby window. Please review our Prints page for more information on the styles of prints.

Matching Colors In The Room

This decision is subjective and there is not a set answer. The world outside may have scenes with muted earth tones, like in the desert areas. There may be deep greens in the forests, blue skies or colorful trees and flowers. The world outside is a beautiful place. It is our opinion that any of our landscape photos would look great in any room in your home. There could be some rare cases where colors might conflict, but that is probably unlikely

What Size Should I buy?

That question has no perfect answer. There are many variables such as wall space, budget, and just how much you like a piece.

I prefer large prints to give real impact and with the technology I use very large prints go beyond the detail of what was possible only a few years ago but they may not be for everyone. Visit, Go Big at home for the rationals for supersized prints.

But the general rule is that bigger is always better. If you are going to use a frameless Lumachrome HD Acrylic or Metal Print, you would want a larger size than if you were having one my Fuji Crystal Achive Prints matted and framed.
An old “rule of thumb’ is having the artwork be 2/3 to ¾ the width of the furniture. So, in the case of a sofa that is 96 inches wide, the artwork should be 63” to 72” wide.

In a bedroom environment, this would mean artwork 43” to 48” wide over a 65” wide queen size headboard and artwork 53” to 60” wide over an 80” wide king size headboard. But there is nothing wrong with matching the size of the bed as in the Yellowstone Wolf print below.

Thoughts About Lighting

We all want our Fine Art Prints to look their very best. The nature of Lumachrome® HD Acrylic Print using TruLife® Acrylic prints, Metal Prints and the Fuji Crystal Archive Prints is that they come alive with a certain brilliance when light is applied to them.

If you're like me, you may not have track lighting or recessed ceiling lights to provide the perfect lighting. Many of us have to rely on natural light coming in through the windows or other room lighting. This doesn't mean your prints cannot have impact, just not as much as if special lighting is applied.

The next best thing to special lighting is a well lit room from indirect sunlight. The TruLife® Acrylic does an amazing job of reducing what glare there is while the metallic nature of the printing surface uses the natural light to reflect the details of print. Direct sunlight is always a no-no, as it causes glare, reflections and can eventually reduce the vibrancy of the print.

If you do use some type of track or recessed ceiling lighting, the general rule is that it is at about a 30 degree angle from the artwork. The light fixtures should have and adjustable angle and be able to be dimmed. The best bulbs for lighting artwork are LED bulbs with a color temperature of 3000k to 4000k. The bulbs should be such that they provide even lighting over the entire print, not so wide that they light up the wall or so narrow that they do not light up the outside edges of the print.

Bulb Temperature Guide

Light Tempatures

It would also be a good idea to obtain an opinion from a local lighting expert regarding your individual situation. Of course, you should use the services of a qualified electrician to install lighting.

Jaguar in the grass

Jaguar hunting in tall grass print hung with natural ambient lighting

I'm Here To Help

I'm here to help any way I can with the purchase of a Fine Art Landscape, Fine Art Wildlife or Western Lifestyle print. If you have any questions regarding any of my prints, from size options to the location shot or anything else, just Contact Mewith your questions. If I'm not out in the middle of nowhere, I'll get right back to you.

I sincerely appreciate you're considering a purchase from me.

Thanks for Looking


Select from thousands of the Best Fine Art Landscape Photography Prints. Pictures of the Land, nature and the outdoors photographed in a way that brings you, as the viewer into the scene and will bring stunning beauty into your home or office.