Paul Ott

Welcome to my website. Explore my black and white images. There are single images and several in a series. Should you love them enough to purchase (scroll down for more info.), please contact me so that I can make those arrangements for you. Call or email with insights.

Paul Ott likes B&W. Do you?

In my desire to provide a more interesting visual experience, I have chosen a way that makes digital images less sterile. Using vintage glass from the 1930’s to the 1970’s, (all pre-digital) allows me to get different and creative results by using great glass from the past! Hope you enjoy the work and have fun looking!

About Paul Ott….

Always visual, my interest in the arts began while young. With the help of a supportive family and a community of artists, I grew to know that I had to attend art school. In fact, I attended several. I have enjoyed my life in art with my wife, family and friends and still continue to create. 

Even when young I found black and white images to be powerfully striking. By removing the natural colors from images, we are left with a different reality…an abstraction. One that forces us to think about those images differently and to view them with more scrutiny than perhaps we would normally.  And that is a beautiful thing !

Private: When Purchasing…..

When purchasing :

Prints are on rag paper or semi gloss rag archival 13 x19 “paper. 

Prints will be signed and numbered on the back side of the print

13×19 signed, chopped, numbered and with a certificate of authenticity-$100.00 (U.S.), and not matted or framed

Shipped in a mailing tube or flat to your location. You pay shipping.

Matt and frame pricing upon request. Other sizes can be provided upon request and are priced, accordingly.

Contact me to make payment and shipping arrangements. All work is copyright by the artist and may not be used for any purpose without  writen permission (from the artist) in advance.

Want to see more work? Make arrangements to visit the gallery in person. Return to the site often as the gallery pages will exhibit new work regularly. Thanks