Tim Wolcott's passion for photography is in advancing the frontiers of landscape imagery and environmentally-friendly processes. In 1996, Wolcott developed the first green gallery in the world using only pigments and managed forest woods and acid-free mountings technologies. Tim exhibited his work around the world and at many photo conventions. In 1999, Tim opened a gallery in Big Bear Lake, California, which is dedicated to featuring some of the best works in the United States.
The Gallery of the American Landscape has and will display some of the best works by renowned artists throughout the world. Tim Wolcott's photographs are included in many numerous private, public, and corporate collections worldwide; including the Guggenheim, Smithsonian, Photokina, Microsoft, Kaiser Permanante, Chevron, and the Nature Conservancy. His photography graces the walls of many world class galleries; Fahey Klein Gallery, Photography West, Vision Gallery, Photocollect, Grubel Gallery, and Gallery of the American Landscape just to name a few.