Based on a photograph of very old glass bottles from a collection, this rendition of a digital painting has been added to a potpourri of products, available in the following galleries:
Ears of Indian Corn
If you’d be interested in a print for your home or work, there are several types to choose from, including:
Stop by for a visit!
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!
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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Do you remember when you were young, when technology courted convenience and great strides were being made to produce smaller cameras? Well, except for that rather cumbersome flash apparatus! “Say Cheese” and smile for the camera as you enjoy this flashback from yesteryear – the Kodak Hawkeye Pocket Instamatic Camera.
Time To Decorate
When your exterior walls look like this, it’s time to sand, prime and paint your house.
Interior walls are different, but need attention, too. Perhaps this rough image might serve as an appealing contrast with an otherwise finished space in your home. If so, then consider a print.
This textural, scientific artwork features my abstract rendition of a microscopic molecule. If you’d be interested in seeing it on different print types, then please visit my gallery at Fine Art America.
With an exaggerated scale, texture, and watercolor effects, this still life greenhouse collage was created using two of my photographs and a picture from unsplash.com. Prints and more items available.
Finally, I signed up for an annual pro membership at kelbyone.com, an online photography training program, which also covers Adobe Photoshop & Lightroom. I’ve already watched my first half-hour course this morning, and look forward to further developing my skillset.