Paul Malinowski

Born in Chicago, Illinois prior to the advent of the Gregorian calendar, Paul Malinowski’s age is impossible to know without carbon dating. He loved many things about growing up in Chicago, of which two were his favorites: Wrigley Field (home of the baseball Cubs) and the Art Institute (home of his beloved Constable and Hopper paintings among many others). He received his BA from Beloit (WI) College and then a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. His education temporarily derailed his interests, especially baseball after seriously injuring his knee while playing on the college baseball team. Besides, he realized his beloved Cubs would never win a World Series, right?

His love of art transitioned into a love of photography when he picked up a Konica Rangefinder camera in college. He self-taught himself photography by purchasing the entire multiple-volume collection of the beautifully written and bound Time Life series on photography. He eventually bought himself an enlarger and darkroom supplies and turned his apartment’s only bathroom into a fully functional darkroom.

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Zabriskie Point, Death Valley National Park, California (taken November, 2021)


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Badwater Basin, Death Valley National Park, California (taken November, 2021)

Pearsony Falls


Pearsony Falls in southwest Oregon / 21 x 27"

Crystal Lake


Early morning sunrise light photographed in the fall of 2019 at Crystal Lake on Red Mountain Pass near Ouray, Colorado



Photographed at Sterne Lake in Littleton, Colorado. These leaves accumulated in a corner of the lake and formed an interesting abstract pattern. I had this photo done as a jigsaw puzzle (500 pieces...

Morning Mist


Morning mist shrouded this hill at Daniels Park near Sedalia, Colorado

Snow Moon Rising


Full moon rising above Chatfield Reservoir near Denver, Colorado in February, 2020.

The Road Less Traveled


Autumn scene near Breckenridge, Colorado

Hallett's Peek


Hallett Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park photographed during a winter windstorm

Steam at the Springs


16.5 x 26.5" / Photograph on Canvas, Framed

The Old Drive-In


22 x 28 / Photography  Matted photograph framed in glass.

Bird Series 6 - Redtai...


8 x 8 / Photography  Photographic print on wood plaque.