GANESH: Figure of
Ganesh carved in
sandstone at the
temples of Kajuraho
Photographed in
Kajuraho, India,1998
16 x 11 inches $31.00
+ $9.00 S&H  (24)
Some lasting friendships have resulted from these
journeys. Often, he thinks about the friends he made
along the way and what calamities they may now
face. His heart goes out to these warm, welcoming
people who face extraordinary changes as a result of
their
environment being destroyed and so to their
culture.
JAISALMER: Window terrace
carved in sandstone.
Photographed in Jaisalmer,
Rajasthan, India, 1987  16 x 11
inches
$31.00 plus $9.00
S&H                (23)
GANGES: Boat on the Ganges river at
sunrise. Photographed in
Varanasi, India,1987, 16 x 11 inches
$31.00 + $9.00 S&H  (25)
LADAKH: Woman from
Leh, Ladakh in the
market. Photographed
in Leh, Ladakh, India,
1987, 16 x 11
inches       $31.00 plus
$9.00 S&H             (22)
TEKSI: Monks at Teksi Monastery sounding
the start of the Harvest Festival.
Photographed in Ladakh, India, 1987, 16 x
11 inches $31.00 + $9.00 S&H  (21)
Many of the places are quite accessible to the common
tourist
while other places are hemmed in by deserts,
mountains or dense jungle and can take several
arduous days on foot or by vehicle to reach.
To achieve such levels of fine photographic art under
these trying conditions shows great dedication to his
photography
THE MEO: Girls from the
Meo tribe
harvesting rice,
Photographed in
Guizhou,
China,1996,  16 x 11
inches $ 31.00 plus
$ 9.00 S&H                   
Art Photos (13)
THE MEO: Young girls from
the Long Horn Meo Tribe
Photographed in Guizhou
China 1996 16 x 11 inches
$31.00 +$9.00
S&H                          Art
Photos  (12)
ASIAN NOMADS:Tibetan sheep herders
Photographed in Tibet, 1996 16 x 11 inches
$ 31.00 plus $ 9.00 S&H  Art Photo # (14)
THE HIMBA: A Himba tribal
woman smiles
for the camera,
Photographed in Northern
Namibia,1996,  16 x 11
inches $31.00 plus
$9.00 S&H                        
Arts Photo (15)
His purpose in photographing the tribal minorities of
the world is to capture the dignity and majesty of the
native people and their culture and to catch a fleeting
glimpse of a rapidly disappearing scene on the
world's landscape
On this page we see some of the fine art
photography and photos of some of the beautiful
women.
We also get photos of Buddihis Musicians  who are
very happy to have their pictures taken whenever
they are around
cameras
MARPHA: Buddihis musicians perform for crowd
below, atop the monastery during annual harvest
festival
Photographed in Northern Thailand, 1988, 16 x 11
inches, $31.00 plus $9.00 S&H                           
(29)
THE AKHA: Young Akha girl from
the Loimi Akha tribe taking care of
her younger sibling.
Photographed in Northern
Thailand, 1988, 16 x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $9.00 S&H      (27)
SIKEREI: A Shaman at a
Sikerei induction ceremony.
Photographed in Siberut,
Mentawi Archipelago,
Indonesia
1990, 16 x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $9.00 S&H    
(30)
THE LISU: Young maiden
from the Lisu tribe.
Photographed in Northern
Thailand, 1998
16 x 11 inches $31.00 plus
$9.00 S&H  
(26)                              
THE AKHA: Woman from the
Liomi Akha tribe.
Photographed in Northern
Thailand, 1998, 16 x 11
inches $31.00 plus $9.00
S&H                           (28)
THE MENTAWI: A hunter from
the Mentawi tribes of Siberut.
Photographed in Siberut,
Mentawi
Archipelago,Indonesia, 1988.
16 x 11 inches $31.00 plus
$9.00 S&H    (33)
PAPUA NEW GUINEA: A fine
art Tribal man from Papua.
There are 100's of tribes in
PNG,
This tribes person was
attending a gathering at the
Tribe's Festival.
Photographed in Mt. Hagen,
PNG, 1990.  16 x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $9.00
S&H                                (35)
SIKEREI: A Shaman at a
Sikerei induction ceremony.
Photographed in Siberut,
Mentawi
Arhipelago,Indonesia, 1990.
16 x 11 inches $31.00
+$9.00 S&H  (34)
Stephen remains emotionally attached to these people
and their
culture and what he experienced. He finds it
deeply saddening that one day these cultures will
disappear, The modern world is rapidly changing old
traditions in which old values are debased and
exchanged for alien ones.
THE DANI: A Southern Dani
tribesman stands beside the Baliem
river. Photographed in Irian Jaya,
Indonesia, 1990. 16 x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $9.00 S&H    Fine
Poster (39)
THE HULI: A Huli
wigman,
Photographed in Tari,
Papua New Guinea,
1991. 16 x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $9.00
S&H Poster (40)
BALI: A Balinese dancer performs a
traditional dance. Photographed in Bali,
Indonesia 1991  16 x 11 inches $31.00 +
$9.00 S&H          (38)
STEPHEN P. QUINN PHOTOGRAPHER
Born in Oakville, Canada has dedicated many years abroad, mainly in Asian and African
countries photographing hundreds of minority groups and tribal peoples
PILGRIMAGE: Tibetan woman on pilgrimage
in city of Lhasa, Photographed in Lhasa
2002 16 x 11 inches $ 31.00 plus $ 9.00
S&H               Art Poster  (7)
GANDEN: Young Monk at
Ganden Monastery Thanka
Festival, Photographed in
Ganden Tibet, 2002   16 x
11 inches
$ 31.00 plus $ 9.00
S&H       Art Photo (10)
THE LU, Woman from the
Lu tribe with blackened
teeth to make her
beautiful. Photographed
in Northern Vietnam,
2002    16 x 11 inches  
$31.00 plus $9.00 S&H
Art Photos  (1)    
PHOTOGRAPHIC ART by
Acclaimed              Photographer Stephen
P. Quinn                      
All Photos are signed by the
Photographer
TIBETAN NOMADS: Yak
herders,
Photographed in Tibet  16
x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $9.00 S&H  
Art Photos  (9)
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