Oklahoma 3

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Published in conjunction with the Oklahoma Centennial in 2007, Oklahoma 3, provides a unique and colorful portrayal of one of the most diverse and beautiful states in the country. Oklahoma is the American West. Rich with history, it is a place where cultures meet, a place were there is a strong interconnection between the people and the land. Award-winning photographer and Oklahoma native David Fitzgerald has dedicated his life to capturing the splendor of this distinctive place. In Oklahoma 3, Fitzgerald ...

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Overview

Published in conjunction with the Oklahoma Centennial in 2007, Oklahoma 3, provides a unique and colorful portrayal of one of the most diverse and beautiful states in the country. Oklahoma is the American West. Rich with history, it is a place where cultures meet, a place were there is a strong interconnection between the people and the land. Award-winning photographer and Oklahoma native David Fitzgerald has dedicated his life to capturing the splendor of this distinctive place. In Oklahoma 3, Fitzgerald eclipses his work in his first two odes to the state: Oklahoma and Oklahoma II. From rugged Black Mesa to the Red River Valley, from windswept plains to verdant mountains of pine forests and cedar, Oklahoma boasts a varied beauty unlike any other. Jane Jayroe provides a moving personal tribute to her native state. Using Oklahoma's rich musical history as a framework, Jayroe encapsulates the essence of the place while providing insider's knowledge of Oklahoma's rich heritage. OKLAHOMA 3 is the official selection of the Oklahoma Centennial Commemoration Commission.

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This impressive pictorial can be regarded justly as the kickoff for 2007's Oklahoma Centennial. David Fitzgerald's third photographic celebration of the Sooner State pays tribute to both its western heritage and its ever-widening diversity. Oklahoma 3 covers every region of the state.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781558689855
  • Publisher: Graphic Arts Books
  • Publication date: 9/28/2006
  • Pages: 142
  • Sales rank: 402,499
  • Product dimensions: 10.04 (w) x 13.50 (h) x 0.69 (d)

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Fitzgerald work has received national attention throughout his 29-year career as a professional photographer.

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