Five Rivers MetroParks

Dayton Art Prints

These galleries contain many of my Dayton Art Prints from the prettiest spots in the Miami Valley!  Capturing these locations on gorgeous days, in various seasons, or under amazing skies takes research and persistence.  There’s a good chance that your search for impressive Dayton Artwork lies in these galleries.  I know these prints will look great on your walls and in important spaces.

Dayton Points of Interest

The Miami Valley is blessed with a host of wonderful parks….the Five Rivers MetroParks.  The genesis of these parks owes their existence to the Great Dayton Flood of 1913.  Chartered in 1915 the Miami Conservatory District was Dayton’s answer to flood prevention.  The district created a series of water retention dams.  Over time, each one of these water retention areas became a dual-use regional park.  The flood control project was so impressive that twenty years later, the success of the district inspired the development of the much larger Tennessee Valley Authority.

In addition to the park reserves which formed around the dams, the Miami Conservancy District also procured much of the levee areas which ran along the rivers, thereby connecting the parks.  This serendipitous action set the stage for forming one of the richest bike trail systems in the US featuring 350 miles of paved trails.  Today, the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission oversees the network’s maintenance and growth.

Dayton Fine Art Photography

As mentioned above, our outstanding Five Rivers MetroPark system holds many Miami Valley landmarks and points of interest.  Over time, I’ve captured these Dayton scenic locations in varying seasons and under amazing light.  These images form dramatic canvas prints which will impress corporate art and healthcare art clients.  If you are looking for ways to celebrate your pride in living in the Gem City, these art prints will be the solution to your wall décor needs.  Shot a high resolution, these prints easily print in large canvas wall art sizes to at least 8 feet wide and acrylic panels 11 feet tall. In addition to the galleries below, be sure to check out these galleries of the Dayton Skyline: