Bruce Heinemann

Bruce Heinemann

American photographer, Bruce W. Heinemann, has photographed the landscape for over thirty years. His work is seen in the critically acclaimed best-selling book, The Art of Nature: Reflections of the Grand Design. Another title, co-published with Barnes and Noble, The Nature of Wisdom, is in its seventh printing, with over 100,000 copies sold. He has photographed and published fine art corporate calendars for over 25 years and has seven books to date. In 1993 he was the recipient of the Virginia Merrill Bloedel Lecture Fellow Award, given to recognize and promote the accomplishments of individuals who have contributed to the welfare of nature. Bruce Heinmann is also an accomplished classical/jazz trumpet soloist. He lives in the San Juan Islands in Anacortes, Washington.

Articles by Bruce Heinemann

Photographer Profiles

On The Deeper Meaning of Seeing (Rediscover)

“Of Nature itself upon the soul; the sunrise, the haze of autumn, the winter starlight seem interlocutors; the prevailing sense is that of an exposition


Visualization and The Evolution of Conscious Awareness

“No man steps in the same river twice, for its not the same river and he’s not the same man”. Heraclitus Is there a more

Photographer Profiles

Revealing Who We Are Through Our Photography

“And what is art, but in its purest sense, simply the expression of the human experience in whatever form it may take? At its very

Landscape & Environment

Photographing The Art of Nature and The Transformative Power of Seeing

“Imagery is the natural language of our soul… it is the projection of our very essence. It is a gallery of portraits in our hearts

Truth and Photography

"In the electronic age, I am sure that scanning techniques will be developed to achieve prints of extraordinary subtlety from the original negative scores. If