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Uta Kloss, Photographer

Uta Kloss, Spring

Uta Kloss, Lucy Vincent Beach - before the StormUta Kloss, Vineyard Haven Harbor_Panorama

Uta Kloss, Menemsha Harbor - panorama.Uta Kloss, Ferry "Island Home" ariving in Vineyard Haven

.Uta Kloss, Foggy Morning in the Harbor - Vineyard Haven

Uta Kloss, Lambert's Cove Sunset

Uta Kloss, Resting Uta Kloss, Evening Light at East ChopUta Kloss, Sailing Martha's Vineyard

..Uta Kloss Photography, Cedar Tree Neck - TisburyUta Kloss, Lady Slippers Uta Kloss, Chilmark Sheep

Uta Kloss, Chilmark Sheep - "Looking at you"Uta Kloss,  Old Tree - Tisbury  UTA KLOSS, LADY SLIPPERS -  WILDFLOWER

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All photos shown on this page are framed or unframed. Please call 508-693-3948 for availability and pricing or leave a comment in the comment box by clicking on the image.

Uta Kloss was born into a family that was very artistic.  Throughout her life, she has developed her appreciation of art and honed her expertise in photography and custom framing. In 1969, she relocated to the U.S. and lived in various states before settling down on Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts.  Uta decided to devote her time to her love of art and buy Island Art Gallery/Kennedy Studios in 2002.  She oversees all aspects and operations of the fine art gallery, which represents local artists and photographers.  Her work entails attending to customers, selling artwork, providing custom framing services, and updating the gallerie’s website.  She attributes her success to her diligence and ability to listen to her customers.

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Aquinnah-Gayhead Lighthouse

AQUINNAH – Many year-round residents are descendants of the Wampanoag Indians who showed the colonial settlers how to kill whales, plant corn, and find clay for the early brickyards. Much later, these Aquinnah Indians were in great demand as boatsteerers in the whaling fleets.
The brilliant colors of the mile-long expanse of the Aquinnah Cliffs astonished early explorers and have continued to be a source of interest to scientists and visitors alike. One of the first revolving Lighthouses was erected atop the Cliffs in 1799.

.Searle, Gay HeadKaren Larsen Turner, Beckoning Brakers- LithographKathryn Kleekamp, Aquinnah Lighthouse View
1. Rowenna, Gay Head – Aquinnah,  2. William Ross Searle, Gay Head Lighthouse , 3. Karen Larson Turner, Beckoning Brakers. 4. Kathryn Kleekamp, Aquinnah Light

Sherman, Gay Head LightSherman, Gay Head Cliffs.Michael Blanchard, Gay Head Light at Sunrise
Dick Sherman, Aerial Photography and Michael Blanchard Photography-Canvas Giclees in various sizes.  More to come!
Judith Secco, Aquinnah Lighthouse

Uta Kloss  Photography and Judith Secco   Photography

Bob Pizaro, Lighthouses of Martha's Vineyard
Bob Pizaro, Lighthouses of Martha’s Vineyard

Artwork shown on this page is also sold framed. Please call 508-693-3948 for pricing and availability or leave a comment in the comment box under the artwork.

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