Spring Art Prints “Spring Narcissus“
Spring art prints are exciting to consider. After a year of Pandemic living, a national election, economic roiling, overseas saber-rattling, and a long winter, Spring art prints offer a visual treat for anyone who cares to think about the topic, and then act. Here, I lowered my smart phone in front of spring flower…a week or two ago and snapped this picture of a lovely, brand new Narcissus staring right at me. This is how a print idea develops. Perhaps the random photo will have something to offer, perhaps not. Likely, I’ll delete it and move on. But in this case, I like the result and may turn this image into a print offering, soon. This is among my normal creative processes.
Here you are, in the world between a split-second decision to take a photo…and the development of a real print offering such as is seen below.
With all these digital images, remember they last longer in subdued light. Never hang in sunlight, or direct light for that matter. Though prints are made with high-quality materials, they are, nonetheless subject to breakdown in the presence of certain light frequencies. Preserve your prints!
Typically, Daffodils precede Narcissus, but as a general proposition, they come early in Spring a week or so, apart, here in southeast New England. Below, you in see full brilliance a Spring art print celebrating the brilliance of the Daffodil— on display in abundance, this year.
Question for you: 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 often, this year. 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 concerns.
Check out two unusual and decidedly helpful 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: As we rediscover what Spring means, each year, so it may be helpful to bring a smidge of this attitude to business life. Bring a hint of the Narcissus, the Daffodil, even the Crocus, and soon, the Rhododendron…to your business practice. The first to come up after a long winter, new brilliance, new life, new waverings in the breeze and dancing in the sun. In my “cube days,” I could have used a dose of this attitude, myself. Here are my Spring offerings at the onset of a new season.
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