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Roxie Crouch

Roxie J Crouch

Mother Nature's Photographer

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Roxie Crouch considers herself an Landscape photographer, but she also ventures a little bit into the wildlife and still life realm. She has been featured in the Nature Conservancy 2014 Calendar, the National Nature Landmark 2013 Calendar and the National Historic Landmark 2013 Calendar. She has also sold her work to the Utah State Tourism Council. Her Photograph "Keepers of the Harvest" was featured on the front page of "The Resource" Spring 2012 issue. The National Park Service has used her photos in different handbooks published by them. She was also featured in the National Recreation Trails website in 2011. Her work has also been displayed in several local art galleries, including the 2014 and 2015 "World of the Wild" Art Exhibit at Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Roxie Crouch considers herself an Landscape photographer, but she also ventures a little bit into the wildlife and still life realm. She has been featured in the Nature Conservancy 2014 Calendar, the National Nature Landmark 2013 Calendar and the National Historic Landmark 2013 Calendar. She has also sold her work to the Utah State Tourism Council. Her Photograph "Keepers of the Harvest" was featured on the front page of "The Resource" Spring 2012 issue. The National Park Service has used her photos in different handbooks published by them. She was also featured in the National Recreation Trails website in 2011. Her work has also been displayed in several local art galleries, including the 2014 and 2015 "World of the Wild" Art Exhibit at Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City, Utah and the "Traces of the West" Exhibit at the Mayra Powell Gallery at the Union Station in Ogden, Utah

"LOOK DEEP INTO NATURE, and then you will understand everything better." Albert Einstein