View in Browser

Mangelsen - Images of Nature Gallery


Limited Edition Fine Art Photography of Great American Landscapes

“Wonder and amazement are powerful emotions that all of us need more of in our modern lives. Too often, we forget how lucky we are to share a common heritage of special landscapes. The Great American Landscape Series is my attempt to bring us together around scenes of natural beauty that are simply undeniable.” Thomas D. Mangelsen

New release limited edition images photographed in the heart of Texas Hill Country

In the enchanting Hill Country of Texas, nothing speaks to the mystique of the region’s famous beauty and its storied past like the annual flood of bluebonnets. Blooming brighter than the azure sky above, these beloved Texas botanical touchstones enhance even the rich textures of history.

Browse New Releases

Visit a Mangeslen Gallery or Shop Online.


August 4 | Omaha, Nebraska: Gallery Walk from 6-9pm
First Friday is a free event celebrating local creativity in Omaha's most historic neighborhood. Be serenaded by live music as you stroll Old Market's distinctive brick streets. Stop into our Mangelsen – Images of Nature Gallery for a map of participating galleries.

August 4 | Steamboat Springs, Colorado: Gallery Walk from 5-8pm
Take a walking tour of Steamboat's Art Galleries and alternative art venues. Free and open to the public. Our Mangelsen – Images of Nature Gallery is a must stop. Tom will not be appearing at this event.

August 10 | LaJolla, California: The Wolf: Life and Legend / Ecology and Behavior from 6-7pm
Join the California Wolf Center to dispel myths and take a closer look at the importance of coexistence as wolves return to our rural communities. Frank Capolupo's presentation includes the recent history and ecological value of wolves in North America, along with what this organization is doing today to recover the species through education, conservation and research.

August 24 | LaJolla, California: Baja’s Wild Side : Sharks and Conservation Photography from 6-7:30pm
Join us for a lecture and presentation by Scripps marine biologist, Dr. Daniel Cartamil, who has traveled the Pacific coast for over a decade, studying the region’s sharks and shark fisheries. There, he discovered a fragile paradise of remote landscapes, wildlife and cultural treasures on the verge of being overtaken by modern civilization. Please call (858) 551-9553 to RSVP.

Shop The Art