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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.
Pink Gerber Daisy by Marilyn Hunt
Ammonite Nautilus by Marilyn Hunt
Green Sea Turtle by Marilyn Hunt
Between a Rock and a Hard Place by Marilyn Hunt
Looking West from Red Rocks by Marilyn Hunt
Rustic Flatirons by Marilyn Hunt
West Texas Abandoned Home 1 by Marilyn Hunt
West Texas Abandoned Home 2 by Marilyn Hunt
Soft Afternoons by Marilyn Hunt
Sunrise or Sunset by Marilyn Hunt
Global Warming by Marilyn Hunt
Watching Over by Marilyn Hunt
Fishing on Pier Under Water by Marilyn Hunt
Mountain Reflections by Marilyn Hunt
Rocky Mountain Reflections 2 by Marilyn Hunt
Wild Elk antlers by Marilyn Hunt
American Kestrel 1 by Marilyn Hunt
Intimate Tree by Marilyn Hunt
Rocky Mountain Rain by Marilyn Hunt
Blue Ice 2 by Marilyn Hunt
All Five Colorado Flatirons by Marilyn Hunt
Utah Colorado River Spires by Marilyn Hunt
Evening in the Canyon by Marilyn Hunt
The Long Road by Marilyn Hunt
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About Marilyn Hunt
Marilyn Hunt's work has been featured in books, magazines and shows throughout the US.
She has received awards from the Texas Photographic Society International Competition, Photographer's Forum Magazine, Adobe Digital Imaging Competition, Center for Fine art Photography in Fort Collins and America Juried Art Salon.
Publications carrying her photos include The Photo Review Journal, Cannon's Best of Photography, Photos That Inspire by Lynn Eodice, Cabinet: A Quarterly of Art and Culture and Cowboys & Indians Magazine which awarded Marilyn First Place in the Landscape category in 2010.
Marilyn has lived in Wisconsin, Texas and most recently in Colorado. She earned a Masters Degree in Public Policy from the University of Texas at Austin. Her work and volunteer efforts focus on public service and non-profit entities. Marilyn chairs the Louisville History Foundation in Colorado.
Thank you for taking the time to browse through her gallery!