Colorful Street Cafe

Colorful Street Cafe

This digital artwork features a vibrant, colorful street cafe setting, with texture and an abstract shredded effect. I’ve added it to my galleries at Fine Art America and Redbubble, where guests may discover  an interesting assortment of items available print on demand. Stop by for a visit, sometime…

Improbable Architectural Structure

Improbable Architectural Structure

This improbable architectural structure features a mirror image of quadrants seeming to defy the forces of gravity. However, you won’t need gravity-free boots to enjoy this design. Simply put it on your wall, instead! A variety of print types are available for your review in my gallery at Fine Art America. So have a look around, and be careful on the stairs…

A Bundle of Newspapers

A Bundle of Newspapers

Enjoy this textural photograph of a stack of old newspapers bundled together with twine. I’ve added this image to my gallery at Fine Art America, where guests can discover a variety of different print types available – framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and acrylic.

Rustic Cabin

Rustic Cabin

Enjoy my artistic rendition of an old, rustic cabin missing windows and roofing, exposed to the elements of nature and ravages of time. The view reminds me of peering through a dirt-covered screen, trying to discern more accurately the details of a distant structure. If you’d like to add a print to the walls of your home or office, then please visit my gallery at Fine Art America to review a variety of print types.

Wooden Chair

Wooden Chair

This image is available on a variety of prints in my gallery at Fine Art America. I photographed the chair early Tuesday morning, then utilized both Adobe Photoshop and Filter forge to create this rather messy rendition. Enjoy!

Village By The Sea

Village By The Sea

This photograph of a Grecian village by the sea has been modified using Adobe Photoshop and Filter Forge to create a vintage aesthetic, using sepia tone colors, texture, blurred and burned edges. See more in my gallery at Fine Art America.

Rushing Water

Rushing Water

Peering out over the edge of a wooden barrel on the verge of plummeting 15 feet down a waterfall, I questioned the wisdom of my decision to accept a challenge from friends…lol. Actually, this photograph was taken at the Barton Dam in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I added it to my gallery at Fine Art America today, so drop in for a visit sometime…

Barton Dam

Barton Dam In Ann Arbor

Built in 1912-1913, Barton Dam is one of Ann Arbor’s four dams on the Huron River. It stands 34 feet high and 1767 feet long. This hydroelectric power facility has a 900-kilowatt turbine that generates 4.2 million kWh per year. Guests are invited to visit my gallery at Fine Art America to review a variety of prints and other items featuring this photograph.

Argo Dam On Huron River

Argo Dam On Huron River

This photograph features white water rushing through the Argo Dam, located on the Huron River in Ann Arbor, Michigan. A wide variety of print types are available in my gallery at Fine Art America. Print examples include framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and acrylic. So, check it out…

Sprinklers Behind Fence

Sprinklers Behind Fence

This early morning photograph was taken at Fuller Park in Ann Arbor, Michigan, featuring several sprinklers watering the grass fields where soccer is often played. Guests are invited to see more by visiting my gallery at Fine Art America.

Soccer Nets

Soccer Nets

Photographed in Ann Arbor, Michigan, at Fuller Park. Many white soccer goals line a black chain link fence along a vibrant green field of play. If you’d like a print of this picture, then please visit my gallery at Fine Art America to review many available options. Other items, also.

Nefthus

Nefthus

I took this photograph in 2006 of our cat, Nefthus, who would frequency follow the sun around the house throughout the day, basking in its warmth. This particular scene from the office includes a desk (left), the shadow of venetian blinds (cast from right to left), a second set of taller venetian blinds (foreground, used as a room divider), and Nefthus, slumbering while sporting a recent hair cut. I thought that positioning the camera at an angle would serve to add interest, as well as changing the picture to black and white. See more in my gallery at Fine Art America.

Shabby Shack By The Tracks

Shabby Shack By The Tracks

This sepia tone photography features a textural, dilapidated wooden shack by the railroad tracks, highlighted with a blurred border. Despite its condition, this interesting structure might be just what you’re looking for as a new addition to a wall in your home or office. Stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to review a variety of different print types available…