Enjoy this wintertime, macro photography on a frigid day in Michigan, where swirling winds over the course of a few days have carved out interesting contours in this snow drift. Please visit my gallery at Fine Art America, where a variety of different print types are available for you to enjoy this image – within the warmth of your home of office!
Hope to see you soon!
With mild embellishments, this macro photography of two pieces of carved sandstone resemble the faces of creatures of sand. Well, somewhat. Anyway, this image is now available in my gallery at Fine Art America. Please stop by for a visit to see more.
This macro photography features two pieces of sandstone from Marquette, Michigan, carved by children circa 1974. Now, it’s available on a variety of print types in my gallery at Fine Art America. Stop by for a visit to have a look around…
This textural, ornate tribal sun design resembles a geometric carving with a color palette of blue, cream and black. It’s now available on a wide variety of interesting items in my galleries at Society 6, Redbubble and Fine Art America. Here are some samples…
This blue and beige wall tapestry resembles a symmetrical tribal carving with intricate details. It’s available in my gallery at Society 6 in three different sizes (here, large measures 88″ by 104″) and is made of 100% lightweight polyester with hand-sewn finished edges. Durable enough for both indoor and outdoor use. Enjoy!
Along the Reef Bay Trail on St. John in the United States Virgin Islands are a group of petroglyphs believed to be carved by Taino Indians perhaps as long ago as 1000 years. Not in the area? No worries! You can still enjoy these archeological images by purchasing a print from my gallery at Fine Art America – select from several print types available. If you are planning an upcoming hike in the region, then why not pick out one of my drawstring bags for your travels? Enjoy!