This summertime photograph features the waves of Lake Superior, as seen north of Marquette in Michigan’s upper peninsula at Little Presque Isle. The tallest peak in the distance is Sugarloaf Mountain, a popular and scenic overlook of the area. Enjoy this landscape in your home or office with one of several different print types available from the following galleries: Fine Art America, Crated and Zazzle. Thanks for visiting!
After breakfast, I positioned this large chunk of green glass on the balcony rail so as to reflect the morning sunlight. Casting colors of golden amber and brown amidst shades of green, the sunlight also revealed many imperfections and scratches on this unique piece of glass. If you’d be interested in a print, please visit my galleries at Fine Art America, Crated and Zazzle. Thanks for stopping by.
This interesting structure houses the passage of Boyden Creek through a hillside. It’s located along Huron River Drive between the cities of Ann Arbor and Dexter, Michigan. Enjoy a variety of different print options by visiting my gallery at Fine Art America.
Either basket is as dangerous as the other, where the water is concerned. Photographed at a friend’s disc golf course – Wessel Pines – this pond has a well deserved reputation for drawing plastic into its silty depths. If you’d like a poster, t-shirt, coffee mug, etc., of this vintage photograph, stop by my gallery at Redbubble.
Located on the central campus of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, the William L. Clements Library houses original resources for the study of American history and culture from the fifteenth through the nineteenth century. Our mission is to collect and preserve primary source materials, to make them available for research, and to support and encourage scholarly investigation of our nation’s past.
Amidst ongoing changes in the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, this old and weathered telephone pole remains in place near Church and South University streets. If you’d be interested in a print featuring this black and white photograph, visit my gallery at Fine Art America to see more.
Enjoy this architectural black and white photography, featuring a row of pillars with sunlight streaming through a courtyard. Photographed on the campus of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. To review a variety of available prints, please visit my gallery at Fine Art America.
This vintage sepia tone photograph was taken in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, and features an old mill waterwheel with a grunge style border. If interested, guests may visit my gallery at Crated to find this image available as a framed print, canvas print or art print.
Enjoy this digitally stylized painting of a busy urban setting, featuring a woman in the foreground highlighted prominently under a bright light. Based on a photograph. Stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to discover a variety of different print types.
Through a stand of thin pine and birch trees a light glows, reflecting upon the lake where I shall swim. This vintage photograph was taken in Michigan’s upper peninsula, north of Marquette near Little Presque Isle, on Lake Superior. If interested, prints are available in my gallery at Fine Art America.
If you get dizzy easily or suffer from vertigo, please turn away – step away from the rail! I took this photograph inside of the stairwell at a local parking structure, and used the droste effect to create the illusion of spinning. Guests are welcome to visit my gallery at Pixels to discover a variety of print types featuring this design. Several framing options are available.
I took this photograph of a river in Tennessee roadside, while in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Several different print types are available in my gallery at Fine Art America, so stop by for a visit when you’re in the neighborhood!
This black and white photograph was taken on the campus of the University of Michigan, at the law quad, in Ann Arbor. If you’ve attended school here and would like a reminder of those memories, consider purchasing a print from my gallery at Fine Art America. Several print types to select, and custom framing options are also available.
If you like heat and you like to eat, then hot sauce is on the menu! Enjoy this stylized photograph of several different bottles of hot sauce, the perfect decorative addition for an empty wall space in your kitchen. Visit my gallery at Pixels for a review of available items. Thanks for stopping by!
This vintage photograph in sepia tone features the image of an old barn I spotted roadside while visiting the state of Tennessee. If you’d like to have a print (framed, canvas or art print), please visit my gallery at Crated. Framing options include size, frame and matting. Enjoy!
Known for its many parks, few in Ann Arbor yield more impressive views than here, at Nichols Arboretum. Especially in autumn. Visible in the distance are buildings located on the north campus of the University of Michigan. If interested, stop by my gallery at Fine Art America for a variety of decorative print options.
Looking to brighten up a dull wall in your home, or at the office? If so, consider this vibrant close up picture of a flower. Choose from many different print types, including art prints, framed, canvas, acrylic, wood and metal. Several framing options are also available for customization to make it your own. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America to see more.
This black and white photograph of a wooden bench was taken in Nichols Arboretum, located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. If you’d like a print (framed, canvas, wood, metal, acrylic or art prints), please visit my gallery at Fine Art America. Framing options include size, frame, mat, paper and finish. Enjoy the great outdoors!
This Change of Season still life digital artwork features a progression of leaves changing color over time. It’s available in my gallery at Fine Art America on a variety of print types – framed, canvas, acrylic, wood, metal and art prints. A very nice decorative addition for a wall in your home or at the office!