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Carmel Gallery in Truckee announces 2014 calendar, DVD

TRUCKEE, Calif. — Local photographers and gallery owners Elizabeth and Olof Carmel are pleased to announce the release of their new 2014 landscape photography calendars and a brand new Elizabeth Carmel photographic DVD.

Both of these items are now available and in stock at their Truckee and Calistoga Galleries, online at http://www.thecarmelgallery.com or by calling 530-582-0557.

The 14 x 11-inch calendars feature full-color landscape photography of California, including the Sierra, wine country, and the Pacific coast.



The new DVD is set to music and is currently playing in the galleries. Both the calendar and DVD will make perfect holiday gifts for those who appreciate beautiful photography. The calendar printing is a limited edition run, so availability will be limited to the first customers who purchase them.

Elizabeth and Olof Carmel are multi-talented photographers who specialize in unique and expressive landscapes of the natural world. Their prints combine dramatic photography, vivid colors, and artistic touches to create new, captivating works of art, which are available as fine art limited edition prints for homes, offices, and public buildings.



All of their hanging print work is printed in limited editions, all signed and numbered, as museum quality pigment prints (giclee prints) using archival inks and printing materials.

The Truckee gallery is located at 9940 Donner Pass Road, and the Calistoga gallery is located at 1329 Lincoln Ave. in downtown Calistoga, Calif. Both are open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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