Andrew Vernon
Seminole, Florida

Andrew Vernon captures moody, black and white seascapes along with softer, calming views of sunsets reflected in water. Andrew especially loves capturing the beauty of local beaches. He currently lives in Florida, although also enjoys traveling and working in other places.

Breakdown
photography , starting at $245

Twilight Rush
photography , starting at $195

Variance
photography , starting at $220


At Day's End
photography , starting at $295

Repose
photography , starting at $195

A Beacon in Oregon
photography , starting at $195


Twilight
photography , starting at $195

Withstand
photography , starting at $195

Third Watch
photography , starting at $195


Haven - Bar Harbor, Maine
photography , starting at $195

Sanibel Dawn
photography , starting at $295

The Pier at Sandy Point
photography , starting at $220


Where the Path Leads
photography , starting at $195

Afterglow
photography , starting at $295

Gateway
photography , starting at $345


Storm's Balance
photography , starting at $345

Show of Power
photography , starting at $345

Tranquility
photography , starting at $195


The Walk to Sunset Beach
photography , starting at $195

Guardian
photography , starting at $195

The Pier at Safety Harbor
photography , starting at $195


The Old Bay Tree
photography , starting at $295

Redington Sunset
photography , starting at $195

Light's Last Beckon
photography , starting at $195


Recurrence
photography , starting at $295

Silver Safety Harbor
photography , starting at $295


The Pier at Sandy Point
photography , starting at $220

Variance
photography , starting at $220

Third Watch
photography , starting at $195


Show of Power
photography , starting at $345

Withstand
photography , starting at $195

The Pier at Safety Harbor
photography , starting at $195


Wind Over Turnagain Arm
photography , starting at $195

Repose
photography , starting at $195

A Beacon in Oregon
photography , starting at $195


Where the Path Leads
photography , starting at $195


Artist and Customer Comments


commentsWhere the Path Leads
T Dellarmo purchased this artwork. 12/5/2016 | 12:00 PM

Beautiful piece, but an artist doesn't "grow" with praise alone. The actual piece is too dark.Artistically, this results in LESS contrast, thus diminishing the overall effect. The single tone does not due full justice to the work. It is so "dark" that I plan to bring it outside one bright sunny day (or 2 or 3) and let the sunlight "tone it down." Hope this helps. TaumD Carmel,CA

commentsRecurrence
bigdonlid693@gmail.com 2/27/2015 | 1:42 PM

You have captured an ocean on a dismal day. I love it. Keep up the great work.

UGallery 5/29/2012 | 11:10 PM

Hi Andrew! Welcome to the UGallery team! We wrote a lil something something about your photographs! You can read the blog post here: http://blog.ugallery.com/post/23679042023/new-artist-spotlight-andrea-allegrone-jean-thomas