Enjoy this close up photograph of a vintage lamp on a building in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. It’s available in my gallery at Fine Art America – why not add it to a wall in your home or office?
As you may have observed, lately I’ve been taking a lot of pictures around Knoxville, Tennessee. This particular photograph features what was once the Tennessee Supreme Court building. A new location in my gallery at Fine Art America has been added, also, and guests are encouraged to visit – many items to see.
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This black and white photograph of an old stone wall in a state of semi-disrepair might be the perfect compliment to new construction, or a freshly painted wall in your home. See more in my gallery at Fine Art America.
This black and white photography features a forest setting with large rows of deteriorating, moss-covered concrete slabs aligned in a row. If you’d be interested in seeing more, don’t stumble through the woods hoping to uncover an ancient civilization – stop by my gallery at Fine Art America, instead.
Hope to see you soon…don’t get lost!
Get comfortable any season of the year with this classic throw blanket, featuring an abstract city-buildings pattern. Here’s a partial sample of the design:
It measures 54″ by 38″ and is made of 75% cotton and 25% polyester, for a soft touch. And, it’s made in the USA. Enjoy!
This textured abstract design depicts columns of city buildings with the fading light of dusk reflecting across many windows. I’ve added it to my galleries, here:
The idea for this design came about yesterday, when I thought I’d experiment with photographs of doors or windows in a layered collage. So, today I visited Pexels and discovered this free photograph (below) by Samuel Wölfl.
Rather than a collage, I instead used this single photograph with Adobe Photoshop to create the featured image, Evening Downtown.
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I made this design yesterday, and I’m quite pleased with how it turned out. One may ask –
What is it?
My response is that I’m not really sure. I guess I’d describe it like the television show, Seinfeld –
It’s a design about nothing.
And, yes, I always wanted to be an architecture…lol.
Visit my galley at Fine Art America to review several items available featuring this design. Thank you!
Decorate the walls of your home or dormitory with this interesting poster, a textural collage of several different buildings. It’s available through Zazzle. Select from different sizes and the paper-type of your choice. And, guests may also visit my gallery at Fine Art America, where this design is available on many items.
Check it out…
As a second part to an earlier post entitled, Ijams Nature Center In Knoxville, TN, the following photographs include scenes from another trail known as Haworth Hollow (see marker, below):
It’s difficult to read the small print, which cites that the area houses the rare Berry Cave Salamander, known almost exclusively from five caves within a 12 mile radius of Knoxville, Tennessee.
Walking along the trail seemed rather uneventful, until I turned a corner to see the beginning of a quarry with a limestone wall reaching approximately 100′ tall. It was quite a surprise!
Here are a few more photographs taken in Haworth Hollow at Ijams Nature Center, Knoxville, Tennessee:
Have a nice hike!
Enjoy this vintage structure featuring a faded, orange door and rustic stone building. Guests can see more in my gallery at Fine Art America, and are welcome to visit anytime!
This photograph was taken on the campus of the University of Michigan, at the Law Quad. By rotating the image, then adding definition and lighting adjustments, it reminded me of the interesting home belonging to Bilbo Baggins, title character in J. R. R. Tolkiens 1937 novel, The Hobbit, and several modern film adaptations.
You won’t have to visit the Shire to enjoy this image, however. Just stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to discover a variety of prints available for your home or office. Enjoy!
This photograph was taken in Ann Arbor, inside a parking structure located near the University of Michigan. Many prints are available – see more in my gallery at Fine Art America.
Today, I drove to Sharp’s Ridge Memorial Park in north Knoxville, Tennessee, for a mountain top view of the city. Dedicated to the honor of the area’s war veterans, the park contains 111 acres along a 7-mile limestone ridge. The views were nice, except for the several large electrical lines – located directly in front of the observation deck. With ample space to clear another viewing area, I’d suggest that the park do so.
From the top of the mountain, I could see the Sunsphere in the distance. So, I made a right turn to exit the park and, to my surprise, the road led directly to the structure.
Built in 1982 for the World’s Fair, the structure stands 266 feet tall and weighs 600 tons. It’s interesting to note that the glass-panel windows are layered in 24-karat gold dust and cut to seven different shapes! It also has a viewing platform inside that can accommodate 86 visitors.
So as to have the sun at my back for better photographs, I drove around the building…
Visit my gallery at Society 6 to enjoy a wide variety of items featuring this geometric, architectural imagery. Whether you’re interested in a gift-giving idea for family or friends, or perhaps something for yourself, there’s so much to see…
This black and white photograph of an old barn was taken in Cades Cove, located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. If you’d like a print for your home or office, there are many different print types to select. Please visit my gallery for more.
I’ve formatted this picture in the style often attributed to Ansel Adams. In addition, this is not a limited print. Thanks for stopping by.
Whether you’re doing grinds on the half-pipe or kickflips in the street, this competition shaped skateboard has supreme pop! Made of the best quality hard-rock maple with a one-of-a-kind printing process.
Complete your board by adding Independent Trucks, Ricta Naturals wheels, Bullet bearings, grip tape, and mounting hardware – start riding it right out of the box!
Several different sizes available to select.
This unusual, angular architectural structure is based on a photograph of a vintage barn in Tennessee. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America for more.
This photograph was taken on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and features an architecturally historic shopping corridor known as Nickels Arcade. You may enjoy this image in your home or place of employment by visiting my gallery at Fine Art America, where a variety of print types are available.
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