Photography Now is open at the First Canadian Place gallery. Go say hi to Emily and have a look at all the beautiful art that she has on display. Here are two new pieces of mine now available at a new size: 63x42” Contact Emily email@example.com
Could you see these photographs in your house?
Emily McInnes of Eye Buy Art is having an open house. If you have ever wanted to see these prints framed, there will be 6 large images to take a look at. The Image in the invite called "Mount Forest" is the newest edition to the series. Here are a few more that will be on display:
Every year, Art Interiors hosts a "Smalls Show". It's an amazing time to pick up some art because every piece is under $250. I have submitted 9 prints from my "Kitchen Window" series. All of the prints are so tactile on the Epson Hot Press paper. They are priced at $150 unframed.
One of the images that I dropped off for the "Smalls" is this one. It's called "Ranunculus (silver teapot) 2016". Hope you can go in person and take a look. Go early. Apparently eager art collectors start lining up at 8am outside of Art Interiors!
Awesome. Emily of Eye Buy Art took two of my new images to New York for the Affordable Art Show in March. This was no mean feat as the images with frames are almost 2 meters tall. Emily framed and shipped and installed these and other photographs and then procceded to kick some New York art butt. She sold these two images right off the floor. Maybe you would like to see if these photos would work in your living room? Get in touch with Emily at www.eyebuyart.com
This past week Emily McInnes of EyeBuyArt participated in the art fair in New York. On the central wall, first view of her booth were 3 of my large-scale photos. "In Praise of Coral" framed is nearly 2 meters tall. It really makes an impression, and collectors were impressed. The photo sold to decorate a newly purchased brownstone in Manhattan where I hope it will spark some lively after-dinner conversation!
This past spring I approached the venerable Forest Hill gallery Art Interiors to represent my art for sale. They graciously accepted, built a page for me on their website and I excitedly anticipated a sale at any minute. Turns out that being accepted at a gallery is just the first step of quite a few in getting an image from my computer to the gallery walls! Lisa and Shira of Art Interiors have rigorous standards for print condition and display-ability, and so we embarked on a series of paper tests to find the best way to really make the images sing. We tried four different paper types until we arrived at the best one. It was unanimous that the Epson Hot Press bright paper had the loveliest blacks and richest, velvety textures for my photographs. See for yourself - the optimum way to view these photographs on this exceptional cotton rag archival paper is in person. As soon as we had decided on the paper and the border-less presentation style, a client ordered a print and we delivered the image the very next day!