Enjoy this macro, still life photography featuring four silver-plated goblets with ornate stems, tarnish and reflections, positioned on a gold cloth. These vintage vessels would look nice as a print in your dining room or kitchen, and are available on a variety of substrates in my gallery at Fine Art America. Thanks for stopping by.
Enjoy this vintage still life photography of antique silverware positioned across a wooden dining room table. Guests may visit my gallery at Fine Art America to discover many different items available print on demand, including some wonderful prints!
Whether in your home or at the office, you’ll enjoy this macro photograph featuring retro green glass goblets with clear stems. A variety of print types are available in my gallery at Fine Art America, including: framed, canvas, art, acrylic, metal and wood. So, check it out…
Enjoy this still life photography of vintage glass insulators in shades on green. Formerly used on electrical utility poles, these insulators have been in my collection of vintage glass items for several decades. Now, you may also enjoy them on any of various print types available through my gallery at Fine Art America. Thanks for stopping by!
Enjoy this macro photography featuring a collection of glass insulators which I’ve had since my youth. If you have an empty wall in your home or at the office in need of an aesthetic, decorative addition, then please stop by my gallery at Fine Art America. A variety of print types are available to select, including: framed, canvas, art, acrylic, metal and wood.
Available on a variety of different models in Snap or Tough styles, this Samsung Galaxy case is extremely durable (shatterproof) to protect your communicator. With full access to all device ports, its’ super-bright colors are embedded directly into the case for a long life. Talk on!
Adorn the walls of your home or office space with a print (framed, canvas or art), featuring a collection of antique glass insulators which I collected in my youth. Stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to review a selection of print types…
Remember when you were young? Cars shined in the sun, with heavy reflective chrome installed wherever possible. It was another era, a time when machines were crafted as much for the eyes as for the road. Pullover at my gallery at Pixels to see several different items featuring this heavy-duty automobile, and drive away with some terrific gifts and/or apparel!
During my childhood in Marquette, Michigan, one of my favorite hobbies was collecting old bottles. With my brother and various friends, we would gather our supplies (garden shovels and spades, gloves, plastic pales and old pillow cases), and begin the adventure to a local hillside behind what was referred to as the ‘Haunted House’. There we would excavate until we grew tired, carefully extracting from the soil whatever treasures we could uncover.
Many decades later, I’ve retained only a fraction of the collection which I’d amassed during my youth. Presented here with enhancements through the use of Adobe Photoshop, three round bottom bottles highlight a beauty in their imperfections, with air bubbles, thick and uneven glass, and a wonderful hue of blues and greens.
If interested, a variety of print types (canvas, framed, acrylic, metal, wood and art prints) are available from this collection at my gallery at Fine Art America. Thanks for looking.
From a time when commercial glass was blown by man and not fabricated by machine, the pattern on this studio pouch features the photograph of a vintage, green round bottom bottle, complete with many air-bubble imperfections. Available in two sizes. Printed on both front and back. Made from 100% polyester with a quality YKK metal zipper. Enjoy!
This graphic collage features photography of a vintage Black Cat Stove Enamel bottle, from Buffalo, New York, an object which was collected as a child with a shovel and a hobby – old bottle collecting! Guests can discover several items with this design by visiting my gallery at Pixels. Enjoy!
Enjoy this drawstring bag featuring my digital artwork of old glass bottles arranged in a symmetrical manner. These photographed bottles are from a collection I’ve had seen childhood. Printed on both sides and made from 100% polyester woven fabric. Durable quality metal grommets.