Jim McCain Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Jim McCain based on themed collections. 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.
Artwork by Jim McCain
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.
Oklahoma Skies 2 by Jim McCain
Loretto Chapel Staircase by Jim McCain
Oklahoma Skies 1 by Jim McCain
The Green Door by Jim McCain
The Forest Road by Jim McCain
Mass Ascension by Jim McCain
Havasu Falls with Quote by Jim McCain
Engine 481 by Jim McCain
Silverton View from Above by Jim McCain
What a Wonderful World by Jim McCain
Evening Glory 2 by Jim McCain
Reaching for the Sun by Jim McCain
Paintbrush by Jim McCain
Rainbow Over the Sandias by Jim McCain
Pond Reflections by Jim McCain
Colors of the Jemez by Jim McCain
The Cross by Jim McCain
Bathed in Blue by Jim McCain
Water and Wilflowers by Jim McCain
Tincup Town Hall by Jim McCain
Too Little Too Late by Jim McCain
A Painted Sky by Jim McCain
Painted Sky by Jim McCain
The Smokestack by Jim McCain
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About Jim McCain
My personal connection with art started as a child living on a farm along historic Route 66 and the Canadian River. My mother had art talent as well, but like me, she never had any training. It wasn't until after her death that we discovered some drawings of hers from middle school. So I owe her for my interest in many forms of art. Living on the farm adjacent to the Canadian gave her the chance to teach us all about nature and the wonders to be found in the woodlands and streams. I grew to appreciate and care for all living things and that ultimately led me to photography. My first camera was an old Kodak box camera using 620 film. Our first family trip farther than Oklahoma City was to Montana when I was about 14 years old. I shot lots of pictures from the back of a moving pickup truck with the camper door up because my Dad only stopped for gas or potty breaks. Seeing Colorado, Wyoming and Montana at that young age helped shaped my future in photography and travel. Fortunately, I do the driving now and stop often to shoot!
If life were perfect, I would be a traveling photographer (making a living ), stopping only long enough to canvas the area, then heading for the next glorious horizon. As it is, I still travel like a madman, seeing all I can see on each trip, preserving the beauty out there for future generations, sharing now with those who aren't able to travel. I suppose that will be my legacy should my son decide to share it... My portfolio includes a little bit of everything. I shoot whatever I see that I feel is worthy of preservation. Favorites have always been windmills at sunset, rustic barns, beautiful flowers and leaves in the fall. I hope my photos touch your heart and give you a sense of place, a sense of peace and joy and an insight as to the great beauty that surrounds us all.... Thank you for viewing my work !