About John Westergard
John Westergard is a professional photographer who has been in the art business for nearly 30 years. In 1986, John opened Direct Art, an art and framing gallery in Prince George, British Columbia.
In 2014, John took ownership of Pier St. Gallery (Direct Art Gallery) in Campbell River, British Columbia.
John has been an active member of the Professional Photographers of Canada, British Columbia Region (PPOC-BC), since 2010. Several of the images in John's portfolio have appeared in regional, provincial and national competitions. In 2010, “Famous Winds of South Africa” received a merit at a national level. In 2013, the PPOC-BC selected “Treemendous” and “Even Tide” to represent British Columbia in the national photographers’ competition. Several of John’s photographs, including “Fire and Ice”, have been recognized by the PPOC as being among the top 10% in Canada.
John was born and raised in British Columbia and has formed deep-rooted connections to the province, its landscapes and its people. He continues to add new images and technologies to his photographic portfolio, and he enjoys giving back to the community through his art sponsorship program.
When he’s not in his gallery or behind his camera, John enjoys fishing, boating, skiing and flying small aircraft.
Direct Art Printing
What We Do
We invite you to explore John's work and discover the endless possibilities of the Anapura FB25401 LED UV Printer and the Large Format Epson Printer
In John's portfolio, you will find a diverse range of styles and
subjects, from beautiful compositions to photo realistic scenery. John
is constantly seeking new challenges and is always looking for ways to
innovate and push the boundaries of digital printing.
The Anapura FB25401 LED UV Printer allows John to achieve vibrant and accurate color reproduction, as well as the ability to print on a wide range of materials, including plastic, metal, and glass. John has utilized this cutting-edge equipment to create stunning works of art that capture the attention of audiences around the world.