Check out my other place to purchase prints of my art and other items with my art printed on them like coffee mugs, totes, tee shirts, and lots of other stuff.
I am still on Fine Art America they do the same thing as Pixels. And please don’t forget my Etsy shop if you want to purchase a digital image.
What is the difference between these sources for my art?
On Etsy you can purchase a digital image. There is no physical product, just a digital one. Unless you want me to print and sign an image. Then select purchase that option and I will print you a beautiful copy of my art.
On Fine Art America and Pixel.com you can not buy a digital image and they do the printing. They print on a wide variety of canvas types and offer framing. They also print on commodity items like coffee mugs, tee shirts, totes and bunches of other items, just in case you need to wake up to my art on you morning coffee or delight in carrying your stuff around in a tote with one of my beautiful angels printed on it.
There are links below to checkout. Have fun looking at all the art on these great sites. Have a great day.
Fine Art America
I have not taken the time to post many of my angels. Not sure why. Probably because I create one every day, so this blog would be over run with angels. Not that that would be a bad thing, but I really want this site to be about all the art and things I create. I guess I need to post more of the other things I do so things will look balanced.
This is a short movie created in Adobe Clip on my mobile phone. I am experimenting with different software options for video. I would like to create “How To and DYI” videos for some of the stuff I make. So I am looking for the easiest or best solution.
This video is of Angels that were on my phone and the music is stuff Adobe provides as free stock audio.
Let me know what you think.
I enjoy my Angel project. I get time to think about ideas other than the day-to-day Earthly stuff. You know, like filling jewelry orders or dealing with family stuff.
It forces me to imagine everything. In this series of images, I just let go and let the image talk to me. I listen, with my eyes and feelings, and then try to react with the correct tool, brush stroke, or color.
Because I create an Angel almost every day, it is like taking my mind to the gym and exercising my imagination on a daily basis. I enjoy the challenge of thinking and the challenge of pushing my knowledge of the software.
This is Angel #708. So for almost two years I have created something every day. I think that is important for makers, creators, and artist it just do it without worry of the outcome. We have so many demands on our skills that we need play time. Time to create without fear of failure. That is what this project has been for me.
Thanks for reading