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.
This black and white photography features a bridge over the Cumberland River, along KY-90 West, near Cumberland Falls. See more.
Enjoy this vintage still life nature photography in autumn of a pine cone balanced on the end of a log. Please visit my gallery at Pixels for more. Thanks!
Black and white photograph featuring structural support-beams of a railroad train trestle. To see a variety of available prints, visit my gallery at Pixels.
Still life black and white macro photography of old bottles. More in my gallery.
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This glass of water was photographed in a restaurant located on top of a mountain – what a view! You, too, may enjoy this view – in your home or office – on a print from my gallery at Pixels.
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Enjoy this stylized still life photograph, featuring a vase of carnations with texture and cross-hatching effects. It’s available on a variety of items in my gallery at Pixels. Stop by for a visit, sometime…
Morning sunlight streams through window blinds across a row of old glass bottles above a kitchen cabinet. See more in my gallery at Pixels.
Enjoy this macro photography featuring a vintage glass bottle with water spout, used for steam when ironing clothes. This still life is available on a variety of print types in my gallery at Pixels – perfect for a wall in your home!
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This photograph features a vintage soda pop bottle from the late 1960’s – early 1970’s. The text is darkened by virtue of background lighting from the morning sun – the printed lettering is actually white. Visit my gallery at Pixels for more.