Rodney Lough Jr. Rimrock Art Press Release

For Immediate Release

Bob Jacobs

Rodney Lough Jr. Studio

Rimrock Art & Frame Gallery Offers Master Wilderness Photographer’s Fine Art

Portland, OR: May, 2014, Rodney Lough Jr, announced that Rimrock Art & Frame in Billings, Montana will now offer Rodney’s award winning work in their gallery.

“Having photographed both Glacier and Yellowstone extensively, and spending so much time documenting the beauty of Montana, I am really excited to partner with Rimrock and bring my work to their gallery.” Noted Rodney Lough Jr. “Gallery visitors will now be able to see several pieces of my work which have not been shown in any Montana gallery until now.”

“Rodney Lough Jr.’s photography will be very well received in our market due to the collectability of his work” noted Scott Cox, owner of Rimrock Art & Frame. “These are not ordinary photographs; these pieces will stop you in your tracks when you see them. That’s what excites us about being selected as Rodney’s first Montana representative.”

About Rimrock Art & Frame: Located at 1070 S. 24th St. West in Billings, locally owned and operated, Rimrock Art & Frame has been a fixture on the Billings business landscape since 1994. The gallery features a select group of wildlife and landscape artists who masterfully create images of Montana and the surrounding region. Rimrock is also one of Montana’s finest and largest custom frame shops.

About Rodney Lough Jr.: Rodney has been traveling to the ends of the earth and weathered all types of climates, in a quest to find nature’s most exquisite terrains to photograph. Renowned for the vibrant colors and vivid textures of his wilderness and landscape photography, Rodney is a purist who captures what nature creates, using no color filters or darkroom deception. The world today is a remarkable place full of beauty and splendor,” Rodney exclaims. “To witness the simple grandeur of creation, the miracle of nature, is perhaps all that we need. The peace received while viewing a leaf turned color at the height of fall is immense and divine.” Rodney’s work can be found online at and at his own gallery in Las Vegas.

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