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Rob Hogarth: My Peter Lik Story

More years ago than I care to admit, I was in Las Vegas, and was walking along the walkway between the Luxor and Mandalay Bay when I happened to notice a photo gallery. I walked into the gallery to ask about the piece and was greeted by, as it turns out, the Gallery Director. He...

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Peter Lik Captures Aviator Series

Back in August 2012, the Master Photographer took a departure from his normal method of shooting natural landscapes and jumped at the opportunity to capture old U.S. military planes at the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) in Tucson, Arizona. Otherwise known as “The Boneyard,” this storage and maintenance facility...

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LIK ASPEN Hits Seven-Year Mark

In the late 90s, Peter Lik was having a real life adventure, exploring all 50 United States – capturing amazing landscape photos for his opus, Spirit of America. When the Master Photographer finally made his way to Aspen, Colorado, he was blown away. Nothing could top the massive, snow-covered Rockies and all the hidden treasures...

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Juliana Bo: My Peter Lik Story

As far back as I can remember, I have always had an interest in photography. I remember tinkering with the idea of being a photographer when I immigrated to the United States from the Czech Republic in 2000 and took my first trip to that tropical paradise we call Hawaii. I recall later buying my...

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LIK WAIKIKI – Nine Years and Counting

March 2015 signifies a milestone anniversary for one of Peter Lik’s most successful locations. Over the last nine years, LIK WAIKIKI has become known as a destination spot for tourists, casual art lovers, and serious international collectors alike. Standing the test of time since 2006, this once-unknown newcomer to the island art scene is now...

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