Artist Lars Gesing in his photography art gallery in West Seattle, a great place to check out if you are searching for "art gallery near me".
Visit the Lars Gesing Fine Art Photography Gallery in West Seattle, the answer to the question, "art galleries near me"

Purchase my artwork with total peace of mind.

Whether it's help with sizing, choosing the perfect finish — or simply knowing that you have my no-worry-guarantee to fall back on: I am here to help you turn your space into your sanctuary, not talk you into something.

Just follow the four easy steps below — and let me take the worry out of the art buying process.

A Lars Gesing Fine Art Nature Photography collector with an artwork of Mount Rainier (or Tahoma) in the fall.

1. CHOOSE THE ARTWORK YOU LOVE.

Can’t decide? I’ve helped clients around the world find the perfect piece of art for their home or workspace. Book a free, no-commitment art consultation.


2. CHOOSE THE FINISH THAT MATCHES YOUR STYLE.

My TruLife acrylic floats give a room a modern, contemporary feel (you’ll also want to go up in size slightly as the float’s clean, sleek look is more at risk of getting “swallowed up” by a large wall). My framed TruLife acrylic pieces add a sophisticated focal point to any room. They have a more traditional, classic look (more info on the finishes below).


3. CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE WITH MY HELP.

Here’s how my free mockup service works: Tape a letter-sized sheet of paper to the wall(s) in question. Snap a photo and email it with your choice of artwork(s) to lars@larsgesingfineart.com. I will create true-to-size digital mockups of the artwork in different sizes hanging on your wall to help you feel confident in your decision. You don’t commit to anything at this stage!


4. CHOOSE WHEN YOU WANT TO PAY.

Like what you see? You can either pay now (via secure online checkout or invoice) or later, taking advantage of my no-interest financing option Art Money (more info below).

SHOP FINE ART

Lars captures nature better than a normal human eye! We love both of the pieces we purchased from him. In addition to him being an amazing artist, he is an even more amazing person. He personally delivered our art and helped us decide where best to hang them. The final testimonial to his unending customer service: He hung our art! Thank you, Lars! — Mari S.


A collector of a Lars Gesing fine art nature photograph of the famous Japanese Maple tree at the Portland Japanese Garden during fall color season.

In a world of mass-production, my carefully-curated limited-edition photographic artworks are created with ultimate attention to detail, precise craftsmanship and a dedication to perfection. 

It’s an unrivaled marriage of talent, the most brilliant imaging technology available, and traditional artisan finishes using only the finest materials in the world. The result is a timeless piece of art for those who value lasting quality.

SHOP FINE ART

PLATINUM SERIES: MUSEUM-FRAMED TRULIFE® ACRYLIC

✓ CHOOSE FROM THE WORLD’S FINEST HAND-MADE ITALIAN WOOD FRAMES & LINEN LINERS FOR A LUXURIOUS PRESENTATION

✓ FAILURE-FREE TRULIFE® ACRYLIC USED IN MUSEUMS GLOBALLY

✓ GALLERY-QUALITY VISUAL EXCELLENCE, UNMATCHED DEPTH, VIBRANT COLOR AND DETAIL

✓ TRULIFE® ACRYLIC IS CRYSTAL CLEAR, SCRATCH RESISTANT, REDUCES GLARE & CLEANS EASY LIKE GLASS

✓ EASY INSTALLATION

✓ TRULIFE® IS BACKED BY A LIFETIME GUARANTEE


This is the answer to the question, What is TruLife Acrylic? and how do acrylic artworks get produced? This image shows the anatomy of a TruLife acrylic print.

GOLD SERIES: READY-TO-HANG FLOATING TRULIFE® ACRYLIC

✓ FLOATS ON THE WALL FOR A MODERN, CONTEMPORARY LOOK AND FEEL

✓ FAILURE-FREE TRULIFE® ACRYLIC IS USED IN MUSEUMS AROUND THE WORLD

✓ GALLERY-QUALITY VISUAL EXCELLENCE, UNMATCHED DEPTH, VIBRANT COLOR AND DETAIL

✓ TRULIFE® ACRYLIC IS CRYSTAL CLEAR, SCRATCH RESISTANT, REDUCES GLARE & CLEANS EASY LIKE GLASS

✓ EASY INSTALLATION

✓ TRULIFE® IS BACKED BY A LIFETIME GUARANTEE

TAKE A LOOK INSIDE MY PRODUCTION FACILITY

Want to know more about the quality and materials used in the production process of my images? See how my images get produced by watching this video.
A Lars Gesing fine art photography collector with an artwork of a cherry blossom tree in West Seattle.

Buy art confidently with my NO-WORRY-GUARANTEE

No uncertainty. No worries. Pure joy. It’s a promise.

✓ 90-day, no-questions-asked returns. Fall in love with my artwork in your home, or you’ll get your money back. Guaranteed.

✓ Free, no-commitment 30-minute online or in-person art consultation available.

Free shipping within the continental U.S. (contact me for international shipping rates).

Rush shipping available for time-sensitive orders (**separate fee applies).

Interest-free financing available (**exclusions apply).

✓ Each image comes with a signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity (**shipped separately).

Put simply: I confidently offer you a 100% satisfaction guarantee.


The inside of the Lars Gesing Fine Art Nature Images photography gallery in West Seattle, the answer to your question: Art gallery near me.

COLLECT NOW. PAY LATER.

Collect your favorite artwork now and pay later by taking advantage of my financing option Art Money. It’s simple: 10 payments, 10 months, no interest. The real-time application is quick and easy.

INQUIRE BY USING THE FORM AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.

Collectors with an artwork from Lars Gesing Fine Art Nature Images.

The benefits of joining my COLLECTOR’S CIRCLE

Anyone purchasing a piece of art from me joins an exclusive club I call the COLLECTOR’S CIRCLE. For you special people, there's some additional rewards:

✓ Collector-only offers and savings opportunities

✓ Optional white-glove installation service for collectors in the Greater Seattle area

✓ Access to images off limits to the general public

✓ Exclusive chance to book me for a free-of-charge presentation for your next private or corporate event (saving you hundreds of dollars on my regular fee)

✓ Two tickets to my annual collector-only event at my Seattle gallery

The Collectible Value Of A Limited Edition Piece Of Art.

The Collectible Value Of A Limited Edition Piece Of Art.

✓ ONLY A SMALL NUMBER OF PRINTS WILL EVER BE SOLD. Many other photographers will do massive edition sizes of up to a couple thousand, diminishing the single print’s worth. I create small edition sizes to ensure each piece is highly collectible & increases in value over time as an edition sells out.

✓ UNIQUE, NUMBERED & SIGNED CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY ACCOMPANIES EACH PRINT.

HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT THE PERFECT ARTWORK FOR YOUR HOME?

Whether you need help with finding the perfect size, are wondering if a framed or floating image is better for your home or office, or if you are looking for a custom piece of art to finish your space — I can help.

WHAT ART CAN DO FOR YOUR HOME & MOOD

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What makes a photo art? How I decide what to photograph

Every day, we are inundated with countless photos in our lives. But not every photograph is created equal. In this blog post, I explain how I decide what to photograph when I am out in the field — and what it takes for an image to become a piece of timeless photographic art.

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