Eric Gendron Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Eric Gendron based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Eric Gendron
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Atlantic Dawn by Eric Gendron
Portsmouth Waterfront at Night by Eric Gendron
Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse by Eric Gendron
Harbor Lights by Eric Gendron
Prescott Pier by Eric Gendron
Nubble Lighthouse Colorful Sunrise by Eric Gendron
Chocorua Sunrise by Eric Gendron
Winter Snowfall in Portsmouth by Eric Gendron
Pier at Sunset by Eric Gendron
Giant Waves at Whaleback Lighthouse by Eric Gendron
Portsmouth Tugs by Eric Gendron
Cape Porpoise Harbor Panorama by Eric Gendron
Motif Number 1 by Eric Gendron
Winter at Nubble by Eric Gendron
Portland Sunrise at the Custom House Wharf by Eric Gendron
Snow Covered Tugboats by Eric Gendron
Rye Marsh Sunset by Eric Gendron
Boston Skyline Sunset by Eric Gendron
Portland Head Light by Eric Gendron
Portsmouth Winter Wonderland by Eric Gendron
Portsmouth South End Sunrise by Eric Gendron
Engine Bay by Eric Gendron
Portsmouth Golden Light by Eric Gendron
South End Boathouse by Eric Gendron
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About Eric Gendron
As a native of New Hampshire, I have lived in the state my entire life, holding residence in 7 unique towns over the years. After attending the University of New Hampshire for Mechanical Engineering, I settled in the historic seacoast city of Portsmouth where I currently live and work. Photography has always been an interest of mine and like most people I started out casually taking pictures with a simple point-and-shoot camera. One day I decided that I was going to turn my passion into a full-time hobby, and I haven’t looked back. I purchased my first entry level DSLR camera and began learning as much as I could.
My pictures are somewhat unique in the fact that I tend to use more processing than the purists would recommend. Maybe it’s because I grew up during the computer age, but part of the fun for me is finding ways in which technology can be used to enhance a shot, adding to the emotional impact. Because of this, my work often takes on a surreal quality. Most of my subjects can be found around the New England coast, but I’m always exploring new areas and enjoy capturing scenes in an interesting way that hasn’t been tried before. Above all, I think the best part of photography is having somebody truly enjoy a shot and all the work that went into it. It’s especially rewarding if I’m able to transport the viewer to that spot, even for a moment.
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