Peter Lik Style Fine Art Prints

Inside a slot canyon are rock formations & walls that have fine lines and curves carved by wind and water with a small piece of blue sky & white clouds visible.

"Chaos is merely order waiting to be deciphered." ~ José Saramago

Soft lines showcase the wind and water swept curves of Antelope Canyon.


Affectionately known as the self-taught pioneer of nature photography, Peter Lik is famous for images of towering mountain peaks, cascading waterfalls, and pristine desert landscapes. Born in Melbourne, Australia in 1959, Peter received a Kodak Brownie Box camera for his eighth birthday, which he used to his very first photo; a spider web in the family garden. During the early years, Peter Lik fostered his passion for photography by capturing the natural beauty around his home, as well as on family roadtrips into the backwoods of Australia. He is now a world-renowned landscape photographer, and possibly the most well-known name in nature photography.

I have admired Peter's work for many years and find it extremely flattering that many see similarities between my fine art photography, and that of Peter Lik. My style of fine art captures the same spirit as many of Peter Lik's works, and it touches my heart that art collectors find our work to be similar. Peter Lik's keen eye, use light and simplistic style have inspired me to improve and branch out into other styles of landscape photography.

Continually encouraging and inspiring artists to improve their skills is one of my main goals, and Peter Lik's work is an inspiration to all. They say, imitation is the greatest form of flattery, and I couldn't agree more!!

White, wooden, empty boat sits on a pond with yellow aspen trees reflecting across the water.

“Never let it be said that to dream is a waste of one’s time. For dreams are our realities in waiting. In dreams, we plant the seeds of our future.” ~ Unknown
Aspen trees offer some of the most vibrant fall colors. The reflection of these bright yellow aspen trees with this drifting boat is an exclusive, one-of-a-kind capture.


Inspired by Peter Lik's Syle?


While artists often take great inspiration from each other, we strive to avoid outright imitation. That said, paying homage to a fellow artist's work by seeking to capture the spirit in their art is perfectly acceptable. Capturing similar scenes as another photographer may seem like "copying," when in essence the soul of the art is your own, and the uniqueness of your style will be portrayed in the final image. Embrace the practice of following the lead of great artists, while foraging your own path. Focus on the element that draws you into the subject, and strive to convey that to the audience in your own style.

Most of the world's fine art collector's have discovered Peter Lik's photography style through his many fine art galleries around the world. Peter Lik has traveled the globe in his pursuit of unique photography subjects. Some of his most popular pieces were created in Utah, Arizona, California, Nevada and New York. Fine art photographers tend to gravitate to Peter Lik's locations seeking the boundless beauty captured by the legend himself.

Calm Waters

Quality Acrylic Prints - Bringing the Outdoors Inside

Presentation is just as important as the art itself, print medium, quality and framing style add to the overall appeal of the fine art piece. Peter Lik's use of horizontal and vertical panoramic views dominate a room, entrancing the viewer. In Peter Lik style, I offer high-quality acrylic prints that seemingly "glow from within," even without backlighting.

Over the last few decades, Peter Lik has expanded his brand through a number of galleries where his art can be seen and purchased.

Peter Lik Galleries


1) Lik Fine Art Aspen in Colorado.
2) Lik Fine Art Australia Queensland.
3) Lik Fine Art Caesars The Forum Shops at Caesars, Las Vegas
4) Lik Fine Art Venetian The Grand Canal Shoppes, Las Vegas
5) Lik Fine Art Key West, Florida
6) Lik Fine Art Lahaina, Hawaii
7) Lik Fine Art La Jolla, California
8) Lik Fine Art Mandalay, The Shoppes at Mandalay, Las Vegas
9) Lik Fine Art Miami, Florida
10) Lik Fine Art SoHo, New York, New York

Serenity
Red and taupe layers of rock swirl around with the sky barely seen through an exit in the slot canyon.

"This place gets inside you with its soft reds and tans. You can feel the lithe sweep of brushes inside your head." ~ Daniel William

One of my favorite and most popular images, this Limited Edition print of Antelope Canyon won't last long.