Winter Art “Pell Bridge in Winter“
Wouldn’t you know…here we are on the cusp of Spring, when two orders come thru, both for prints of a Winter theme. OK! Here is one, “Pell Bridge in Winter,” one of my favorite winter scenes. In production, right now, going out to buyers, shortly with a late winter, “Thank you!”
Here is the same scene, “Pell Bridge in Winter,” in the context of a small business office. Adaptable, as you can see on this website! The original painting was done in acrylic on masonite, at a small scale of 7″ x 5.” To produce a high-quality print at a scale of 200% is a trick! These prints are high-quality, tonal and color qualities are excellent– do remember to hang in subdued light, not bright sunlight. Your print will last longer, can assure you.
Here is a lo-rez image of the print…to give you a sense of the winter quality and textures that make up the image.
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: Often, the unconventional is where the surprise lies. In this image, “Pell Bridge in Winter,” there is an example– it lies in the simple understanding that the Pell Bridge if painted at all will likely show up in summer scenes, not winter. Spring, Fall, too. But not winter. And yet, in this image, there is a certain surprise in seeing an expression of the bridge during the dead of winter when everything is slow, life is on hold, the world seems suspended, frozen until Spring arrives. And yet, within this picture there is life and vitality…in the sky, in the knife strokes that describe the icy Bay, in the swirling weather that envelops the bridge itself. It is all an unconventional surprise. Business holds this promise, too, does it not? Sure, go ahead and do the usual, the expected, the normal, the repeat…then do it again, tomorrow… But if you dare imagine this activity as something new, what shape would it take? Perhaps there are some new successes, even joys to be gleaned and realized from an unconventional look at the normal.
Here is another blog post from my art site…