Ruebón Edgerly is an Artist and Photographer whose studio is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Mountains in the Walla Walla Valley. As sunlight spills like paint unto a canvas, his studio bursts with an artistic palette including an exquisite array of Beauty, Figurative Art, Fine Art, and Artistic Nudes. “I capture a moment of beauty in every person I photograph,” says Ruebón.
​Using his solid background in both construction and sculpture, Ruebón works from a custom-built, day-lit studio, in natural lighting to create works of art in each of his subjects.
​Ruebón began studying art at an early age, preferring always to sketch and paint above traditional studies. When he was 9, his father bought him a camera and it was love at “first click.” Since then, he has studied fine art and has been an astute student of both art and science. He went on to focus on a repertoire of sculpture, drawing, and photography, but began concentrating primarily on photography in 2011. “I wake up in the morning and see light playing in a space and imagine a form in that space with the light on it,“ he says of his work which celebrates, natural form and features, showcased within natural lighting. At times his work incorporates organic texture and patterns as they overlay unto images, blending natural form and line with solar radiance. Clients often remark the effect makes them look beautiful. 
Yet, his work cannot fully be understood, without its cultural eclectics, as many of his pieces are awash in an Asian influence, due to his extensive travel abroad. Ancestor painter Jean Joseph Benjamin Constant has greatly influenced his art in reference to his subjects' position, poise and space. A recurrent thematic devise is Ruebón's captivation with the inner beauty and the delight of form. Much like Constant's celebration of the human body's grace and dignity, Ruebón's art pieces seek to unleash the beauty that each person houses within and to capture the light that is already shining. 

Ruebón Edgerly
Ruebón Photography