Dan Dry shot this photo of the famed Churchill Downs Twin Spires framed by the traditional Kentucky Derby Roses on Kentucky Derby Day in 2014. The Kentucky Derby Race is also known as the “Run for the Roses” and has been run continuously since 1875. The Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks for Fillies draw hundreds of thousands of visitors to Louisville on the First Saturday in May. Should be on your bucket list.
There are no screens used in Giclée printing, the canvas prints have a higher resolution than lithographs and they have a very dynamic color range as well. Giclée print making provides a constant brilliance that represents original photos in a truly amazing way that helps bring this unique photography to life. There is also no need at all to frame this fine artwork, it comes to you ready for hanging on your wall, so you can immediately dazzle and impress your guests, friends, and family.
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Dan Dry is a Louisville resident and has won over 500 national and international photography and design awards during his career.
Starting his career as a member of the Courier-Journal’s Pulitzer Prize winning photography staff from 1976-1982 and traveled the world with National Geographic Society for 10 years. He is the sole photographer for 25 coffee table books, including 6 cookbooks. He is also the Director of the Kentucky Derby photo team, a position he has held for over 30 years. He has photographed the Kentucky 43 times.
Dan has lectured and mentored students as dozens of colleges and universities as well as professional organizations around the country. He is currently the Managing Director of Price Weber’s Creative Content Studio which is, fortunately, less than a mile from our offices in Louisville.
I know you will enjoy Dan’s work whether for home, office, boardroom or lobby. Volume orders available, call for quote 800-444-0552