Winter Prints “Snug Harbor Farm Sculpture”
Here we are, winter wanes, spring on cusp, a spare season that is full of cold, wind and precipitation of one kind or another. This image, “Snug Harbor Farm Sculpture,” seems right for the moment. Are you shopping late winter wall decor?
The print is available only because we visited the captivating Snug Harbor Farm…and walked the premises where I spied this little scene. Note the grays, the tones, the background, the spare tone of the entire photo. Light and form carry the day. Very modest color is natural, I have NOT added any…a hint of Spring right here in the black-and-white world–I find appealing, if I don’t say so myself.
Then, imagine this same image in a different setting, perhaps a business environment. Behind your desk, in a conference room, or an entryway. In its simplicity, this makes a fine art gift. Remember, do not hang in bright daylight or direct sunlight. These high-quality digital prints will last longer if you hang in subdued light.
Have you ever purchased a graphic print? Maybe this year, instead of just another commercial gadget, you might consider a different kind of gift, an art print. These are all done using high-quality materials– pigments, papers and framing materials. I invite you to visit this site here often in the New Year 2021. Buy a print every now and again, one that moves you. I will make every effort to complete your order in a timely manner, despite COVID-related production “issues.”
Check out two unusual features on my art site: The first– WALL Preview, a capability that visualizes your art selection in your specifications as seen in different settings; living room, bedroom, sitting room, conference room, these sorts of things, as referenced, above.
Secondly, the Live Augmented Reality feature that allows you to see your chosen art work on YOUR wall…in your setting. Pretty exciting stuff.
This is my “business advice,” for the week: Much of our lives, business and otherwise, is spent in the spirit of new life as we discover it in Spring…is this not so? In Advent, we wait with Hope for the arrival of Christ. At Easter, we wait with Hope for the incomprehensible resurrection of Christ. In Spring, we wait as the cold, barren winter recedes, the grass warms, buds begin to appear, honey-bees begin to dance, birds awaken early and begin their feverish planning, and life begins anew. I find myself ineluctably drawn to the mysteries that come with Spring. After this past year, may you, may we all, find this Spring full of joy and possibility.
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