David Diaz Art Collections
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Artwork by David Diaz
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Moon Over Sandia by David Diaz
Marble Canyon by David Diaz
Sundown at Abiquiu by David Diaz
Cabezon Peak by David Diaz
Hummingbird by David Diaz
Ghost Ranch by David Diaz
Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe NM by David Diaz
Colorado's Ivy League by David Diaz
Agave Rainbow by David Diaz
The Odyssey by David Diaz
White Ridge by David Diaz
Great Sand Dunes by David Diaz
Desert Sand Castles by David Diaz
Fajada Butte by David Diaz
Rocky Mountain National Park by David Diaz
Albuquerque and the Sandias at Sundown by David Diaz
Put Me Down by David Diaz
House Finch by David Diaz
Standing on the Edge by David Diaz
Kayaking on the Lake by David Diaz
White Sands by David Diaz
Great Sand Dunes and the San Juans by David Diaz
Christmas Light by David Diaz
Ojito by David Diaz
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About David Diaz
Thanks once more for visiting. My name is David Diaz (instagram: @evad.zaid). I grew up in Seattle listening to MC Hammer and Kurt Kobain. After a Philosophy degree at Seattle University (Jesuits... yes, real Jesuits), I moved to Japan and became a professional salsa dancer. Yes, I competed, danced internationally, and partied quite a bit... until I realized that I needed money to raise my family. Fast forward a bit, and after 9 years in Tokyo, I now live with my beautiful wife and children in Albuquerque, NM (Rio Rancho, technically, but no one cares). From 9 to 5-ish, I am a full time freelance web developer (I'd say 'full stack', but these days the meaning is greatly diminished by the ever deepening vastness of the interwebs). When not saving the world, I'm off with the family enjoying this or that corner of New Mexico. In Tokyo, we had the 'best of the world'; in New Mexico, we replaced that cosmopolitan culture with something both authentic and sustainable (namely: organic green chili... which we grow on half an acre, with spectacular views of mountains and sunsets). It's a fair trade.
I hope you enjoy viewing my galleries. If you have any questions regarding purchases, prints, or even web development, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. For business you can visit me at terracoders.solutions You can also visit my personal site at newmexico.exposed for Southwestern travel and hiking reviews.