Hal Prewitt is a well known race car driver, American businessman, artist, photographer, inventor and early pioneer in the personal computer revolution.
His images are often nature and panoramic landscapes. Although unique his work has been compared to Ansel Adams and Peter Lik. In his youth, Hal was a painter and learned photography. For the most part, he has given up drawing and painting and today produces images with a digital camera. Hal says, "traditional paintings come from the artist's mind. They are not real, are often easier to produce nor do they capture that unique moment of time that likely will never be repeated. Although anyone can take a photograph, the task is extremely difficulty and requires hard work with luck to capture an masterpiece."
Hal's art has become highly collectible and orginals sell in the tens of thousands of dollars. Some of his images are affordable (very popular in calendars, posters, and books) and available in many sizes and mediums. Unlike other photographers who produce multiple copies of images, most of Prewitt's are originals. Similar to paintings, his original images are one-of-a-kind, museum quality and produced on materials using techniques designed to last hundreds of years.