Adorn the walls of your home or office space with a still life print, featuring my photography of several antique glass insulators from a personal collection. See more in my shops: Pixels, ArtFlakes & ArtPal.
Contemporary 3D Art
This abstract digital artwork of several smooth shards of glass melded into a singular, seemingly organic cluster, has been added to a variety of interesting products in the following online shops:
I’ve had this collection of glass insulators since the 1970’s, and finally thought it was time to take a photograph. You can enjoy one of many print types available by visiting my gallery at Pixels. Great for the home, office, business lobby, cafeteria setting, or, to give as a gift. Hope to see you soon!
In my considered opinion, its absolutely true – imperfections are perfectly beautiful. Unique characteristics provide interest and greater beauty than that which is otherwise commonplace. Relative to this vintage glass macro photography, it’s the air bubbles, variations in thickness of glass, color and discolorations, pitted surface, etc., which make it especially appealing.
Still Life Glass Reflections
This photograph features an old green glass wine bottle – Chateau Lafite Grand Vin – dated 1898. I removed it from the ground as a child, when old bottle collecting was a favorite hobby. Today, you might enjoy it on the wall of your kitchen or dining area. A variety of fine prints are available in my gallery, and framed prints may be customized to suit your taste.
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Prints available. This black and white photograph was taken inside Nickels Arcade in Ann Arbor, on the campus of the University of Michigan, and features a confluence of angled walls and windows.
Take A Close Look
Prints available. This macro photography highlights an old, aquamarine colored bottle which I dug from the ground sometime in the mid-1970’s. Oftentimes, beauty is all around us – if we look for it.
Can you see it?
Enjoy my digital rendition of a Macaw Parrot, a beautiful and brilliantly colored bird indigenous to the Central and South American rain forests. There are 17 different species of macaws in the wild…this one is digital from Photoshop and made to look like glass. See more in my shops at Pixels, Society 6, Redbubble and Cafepress.
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