Under an overpass with automobile brake lights and neon signs lining the blocks of skyscrapers, this urban setting features heavy textural elements and dramatic color alterations. You don’t have to visit the Big Apple, however, to enjoy these city scenes. Instead, simply visit my galleries at Fine Art America, Society 6 and/or Redbubble to discover a wide assortment of prints and other available items…
Enjoy this three dimensional digital art, featuring a macro perspective of reflecting glass spheres and textural metallic bands. This design was created using Bryce, wherein I placed several spheres and toruses inside of a larger, hollow sphere. A mirrored surface was then applied as texture to each sphere. Next, I added a few radial lights and moved the camera to the interior of the primary space. Visitors can see more in my galleries at Society 6 and Zazzle. Thanks for stopping by!
In addition to a 360-degree wraparound design of terra cotta tiles, this metal travel mug is crafted with lightweight stainless steel – so it’s pretty much indestructible. Plus, it’s double-walled to keep drinks hot (or cold), fits in almost any size cup holder and is easy to clean. Bonus!
Enjoy this black and white photograph of the Burton Clock Tower on the campus of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. Select a print type of your choosing for home, or at the office, when you visit my gallery at Fine Art America. Thanks for stopping by.
Enjoy this grunge style photograph of a wood and stone pergola structure with benches to rest. On your break, stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to see a variety of different print types available for your home or office.
On my bike with a camera, I came across this interesting scene – a recently painted fire hydrant with a clean paint brush resting on the concrete beside it. Add a splash of color to your wall with this image, available in my gallery at Fine Art America on a variety of different print types.
This black and white photograph was taken in Ann Arbor at the Nickels Arcade, near the campus of the University of Michigan. It would make a fine decorative addition to a wall in your home or at the office. Interested visitors may select from a wide variety of print types in my gallery at Fine Art America.