Fall Wall Decor “Evening Fisherman, Jackman, Maine”
If, in this Thanksgiving Season you can find a place of refuge and solitude in which to give thanks for the bounty, serenity and peace in your life, perhaps you know a place like this. Taken one evening in Jackman, Maine, the spirit of the photo is not far away from a sense of Thanksgiving I live with. Here is my suggestion…this Thanksgiving week.
If you might consider a living room, sitting room or bedroom, perhaps the image looks more like this. The Jackman region of Northern Maine remains one of my favorite places, anywhere.
Question for you: Have you ever purchased a graphic print? Maybe right now, this fall. Instead of just another commercial gadget, you might consider a different kind of gift, an art print. Remember, too, the gift-giving season is here, now– time to plan and shop to avoid back-logs, shortages and supply-chain concerns. Slowdowns are expected. Product availability is not a certainty. Off-shore container ships are backed up for weeks. So order your art prints now— ahead of the coming rush and frustrations.
Prints are all produced using high-quality materials– pigments, papers and framing materials. I invite you to visit often, as the year moves toward a new beginning in 2022. Buy a print every now and again, one that moves you. In our post-pandemic period, what better way to celebrate than…with a fall art print…perhaps even a gift to a friend or relative.
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, an under-appreciated feature.
“Business Advice” for day: Time for a week of reflection? Ready to fast…the day before Thanksgiving? I am. In business, and in life, generally, taking a pause, stepping back, trying to identify that which sustains us, seems an essential part of a conscious life, does it not? That’s what this week has come to symbolize, despite the best efforts of some to trash the whole ideal. I’m not having it. For me, a meditation arrives that has a lot in common with this photo, noted at the top. May you find a similar moment this Thanksgiving.
Here at Thanksgiving, 2021, amidst all our trials, I urge you to make your art print purchases now…avoid headaches, back-logs, back-orders, and supply-chain frustrations, take a little time to get this done, today.