Edgars Erglis Art Collections
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Artwork by Edgars Erglis
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Morning Glory by Edgars Erglis
Sunset Walkway by Edgars Erglis
THE WAVE by Edgars Erglis
Winter Breeze by Edgars Erglis
THE FIRST LIGHT by Edgars Erglis
Oxbows Reflections by Edgars Erglis
The Subway Colors by Edgars Erglis
Narrows by Edgars Erglis
Time Stops over Tetons by Edgars Erglis
RUSH AT NARROWS by Edgars Erglis
Tranquility by Edgars Erglis
Hoodoos of Bryce by Edgars Erglis
Morning Kiss by Edgars Erglis
Sunrise of Inspiration by Edgars Erglis
Mesa Arch Sunrise by Edgars Erglis
NAVAJO LOOP by Edgars Erglis
Red Peaks by Edgars Erglis
SCULPTURES OF DESERT by Edgars Erglis
Golden Gate by Edgars Erglis
Thor's Light by Edgars Erglis
Infinity by Edgars Erglis
The Window of PeekABoo by Edgars Erglis
ERUPTION by Edgars Erglis
THE SUBWAY SWIRLS by Edgars Erglis
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About Edgars Erglis
My name is Edgar Erglis and I was born in Bauska, Latvia but currently reside in Tropic, Utah. When I first arrived to the United States in 2002, I lived in New York City where I had a successful business for myself. Later in 2013, I decided to make my first trip towards the Western and Southwestern states of the US. From that trip, I felt an amazing love in its extraordinary landscapes. The formations and colors of the morning and evening skies gave me a new passion. From this discovery, I left my first business pursuit in New York City and made the decision to come to Utah in 2016. Today, I run the local Bryce Trails B&B here in Tropic, Utah.
When the time serves me right, I enjoy opportunities to hike the trails of Bryce Canyon. The language of light and their degrees play on the unbelievable shining sandstone formations on the cliffs and canyons. Away from the cities, busy roads, and easy comforts of a home, I find that hiking and backpacking in the wilderness is my true enjoyment. From these adventures, I discovered a new connection to Mother Nature that I hadnâ€™t found in my life before. The energy I receive from these adventures sharpens my vision for future creative work in my art of landscape photography. My observations to great light with the rich and delicate colors help me find the perfect shapes and edges of my surroundings. Once I see an image altogether, I quickly unpack my camera and capture it all within a few clicks. Afterwards, the image results allow me to be endlessly creative for new artwork and my vision to share it with the rest of the world. Every moment I spend amongst nature is a special time to me. Itâ€™s like speaking another language that reaches into your soul yet doesnâ€™t require a word to be spoken. Not everyone can understand this.
Just like anyone else discovering a new passion, I too was a beginner trying to learn all the tricks in the trade and the new meanings in my art. In high school, when I received my first camera and looked through the lenses, I found my passion for photography. Later, as my skill developed, I yearned for a more advanced camera with better zooming features. To this day, I smile when I look back on this memory. I soon purchased my first Digital Single-lens Reflection Camera (DSLR) and tried my first shots at landscape photography and later shared what had captured on my social webpage. Without any true knowledge of photography, I quickly noticed peopleâ€™s reactions of my images and received profound acknowledgement of my artwork. From this, my journey as a Landscape Photographer began.
In 2013, I participated in classes at the New York Institute of Photography. There, I absorbed so much information like a sponge. I would search endlessly for books that I could read and search for any information on the internet to learn every detail I could about photography. Subjects on composition, arrangements of objects, abstractions, light formation, and anything else pertaining to the tools needed for photography was always my goal at the end of the day. My lessons also included listening to audio podcasts and videos. From day-to-day, I was thriving with all the new information I was learning. Through it all I was able to find my inner world and absorb all that I needed to share my vision with everyone else. My journey was not easy, but I managed to pull through the hard struggles of everyday life and continued to pursue my dream. The recognition of my artwork later became more profound, and I was finally noticed by other professional photographers. Admirers would also acknowledge my photography and I soon entered my work into art shows and contests. However, at the end of the day, my best reward was hearing the compliments of my photographs and those moments are continuously memorialized within myself after every event.
To this day, I continue to collect publications and international awards of my artwork and I enjoy sharing my pieces on social media. With this ending, I would like to show my appreciation of all the support you give. One of the best feelings in the world to me is your recognition and appreciation of my vision through this journey of Landscape Photography.
I am Edgar Erglis, Tropic, based landscape photographer. Once I lived in New York City and after my first trip to Southwest I did fall in love with this truly amazing landscape forms and colors. Since then all about it became my passion. I left
successful business in the city and moved to Tropic, Utah in 2016. Today I run Bryce Trails B&B here in Tropic and when ever itâ€™s possible I hike around the Bryce Canyon area capturing the language of the light, playing on these unbelievably shining sandstone formations. Long hikes and backpacking is what I really enjoy. Away from comfort, noisy cities and traffic is the place I find a connection with Mother Nature. The energy I receive from this sharpens my vision for future creative artwork. That feeling of connection, great light, colors, tones, shapes and edges. All seen together and captured with one camera click allows me to be endlessly creative with my vision and later share it with rest of world. Every moment I spend out there is special to me. Itâ€™s like speaking another language that reaches into your soul and which not everyone can understand.The same as everyone I started at a beginners level. I discovered my passion for photography when I was in the high school. That was just simple photography with a simple camera. I always wanted to have a serious camera with a nice zoom. Today itâ€™s what makes me smile, but back then it was my dream. After I purchased my first DSLR and shot a couple of landscapes I shared them on my social webpage. I started to notice that even without any true knowledge of photography that people liked what I created. And that's where my story began.
I expanded my list of tools for memorizing my vision and I became a part of the New York Institute of Photography. I was absorbing all the information I could like a sponge. I looked everywhere, read books, searched the internet endlessly learning every detail I could about photography. Every moment I had I was reading about composition and the technicality of tools that I need to use. When I got tired of that I was listening audio. After audio I jumped into video lessons. From day to day I was learning, growing, absorbing information from everywhere. Through it all I was able to find to my inner world and absorb all that I needed to share my vision with rest of the world. Nothing comes easy but we have only one option and we have to use it! Soon after I started to receive recognitions from people from all around the world who enjoyed my photography I shared my art with contests. That's my best reward, to hear that someone thinks my photography is great and those moments I memorize are special. Today I collect publications and international awards in world renowned pro photographer contests, besides social media such as Facebook who follow and enjoy my artwork. The best award is that people like what you do, they
appreciate and enjoy your vision. That feeling of happiness and recognition is the biggest
award of all.