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Welcome to Indiana Artist Prints. We have invited photographers and artists from our county, Tippecanoe, and our state, Indiana, to provide their best photos and artwork so we can print them for you. Prices include artist commissions which they set individually for each image.

Select an artist below or select subject galleries that include images from all artists above.

Richard Hammer

The last time I put a resume together it included such disparate career choices as: Masonry Contractor (Winona Lake, Indiana), Head of Maintenance at a Christian camp (Gladwin, Michigan), Public Works Employee (Homer, Alaska), and Director of Facility Services at a retirement community (Frankfort, Indiana). The fourteen years preceding my own retirement were spent teaching...

Lea Foster

By day, I serve as the Director of Radiation Oncology Services for Faith Hope and Love Cancer Center in Lafayette, Indiana. My husband Jerry was the one that sparked my interest in photography when he bought me a digital point and shoot camera several years ago for Christmas. A few months later, I upgraded to a DSLR and as the old saying goes, “the rest is history.” I love to...

Rona Schwarz

I’m Rona Schwarz, a fine-art photographer based in West Lafayette, Indiana. I’ve always had a strong interest in art and design, and a love of nature and the outdoors. Photography has allowed me to combine both passions: to express my creativity while connecting with the natural world. Although I’ve been a photographer most of my life, it hasn’t been...

Janet Fox Elmore

I have worn many hats – math teacher, computer programmer, wife, mother, artist. At all times clay has been a part of my life. My pieces are usually functional; there is beauty in serviceability. Production is in two phases. First the soft, malleable clay is made into the desired form. I often use an extruder to form the body and then throw attachments. At other times I...

Al Knight

I enjoy photographing and then simply presenting reminders of places travelled and objects from earlier times. My work has emerged from photographing far-away places to capturing and therefore documenting common-place items that are hiding in plain sight that are intriguing and sometimes disappearing.

David Elmore

David has been photographing people and landscapes for over 50 years. He retired from teaching and research in Physics at Purdue in 2008, and since then has expanded his photography and entered the other world of business by starting a print shop in West Lafayette, Indiana. He developed several fantastic print mounting and display techniques that do not feature glass cover....