RANDOLPH, Vt.— When Braintree’s Paul Blossom is not working as a full-time professional painter, he’s in the wilderness perfecting his hobby of wildlife photography. Blossom is displaying his work this month at the Gifford Gallery.
Blossom enjoys the challenge wildlife photography presents. His subjects include moose, deer, ducks, hawks and owls. He prints his photographs on metal for several reasons, including durability, ease to clean, and enhancing color and clarity.
“They are great for rooms with moisture such as kitchens, bathrooms, mudrooms and porches,” Blossom said. As long as they are not in direct sunlight.”
Blossom’s metal prints do require a frame, but the prints are easy to matt. They also come with a float mount so that the print can stand away about a half-inch away from the wall. All of Blossom’s exhibited art is for sale.