Di Lisio Building Displays Photography Exhibit by Steve Wharton

Photography by Steve Wharton

A 35+ Year Exhibit & Retrospective

Fridays – Mondays 10 am – 2 pm. from June 3 – August 3, 2019.

Commercial Photography: Whether it’s an ad for a magazine, catalog or a social media campaign, the effort is for sales.  For this reason, photographers who shoot ad campaigns and high-end fashion are treasures! The craft of portraying a lifestyle or fantasy in still media is one of the purest forms of art and masters of this craft inspire brand recognition, customer traffic, & profit for Businesses.

In the Sangre de Cristo region, our hidden treasure and prolific portrait legend is Steve Wharton. He shoots the fantasy & the fashion for our business community.  He gets the sales for all our clients!

View over 35 years of work: Fashion campaigns, senior keepsakes, weddings, family reunions, automobile photography, publishing & graphic design in the historical Di Lisio Building in downtown Raton.

New Legends Productions Presents
“Photography by Steve Wharton” Opening Reception

 Friday, June 21, from 3 pm to 7 pm

Visit with the artist, Steve Wharton and join the New Legends Team for horderves & conversation at The Retrospective Opening Reception.



The Di Lisio Building – 140 South Second St. Raton, NM 87740

Hours: Fridays – Mondays 10 am. – 2 pm. Exhibit Closed on Tues, Wed & Thurs.

More Information: Jean Di Lisio 209-550-1985  E-mail: jeandilisio@newlegendsmag.com

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