Along with my site here, I have opened an Etsy Shop where you may find it easier to peruse and purchase the work. Please take a look, tell me what you like, and perhaps purchase a great picture for a friend or your home or office.
Take a look at new work I’ve posted to the site, including images from Israel and Europe. Contact me for any custom orders. There has been a fun trend of ordering large wall-mural size posters that can really transport you. Make a set of greeting cards if you like.
If you find yourself in Teaneck, NJ, please stop into CoffeeCol, where my works are displayed and for sale fully framed.
On a brisk spring walk at Flatrock Brook Nature Preserve, the snow is gone, but colors have not yet arrived. It’s quiet. There are some small buds, but mostly images there resonate in black & white, like this one of a bridge at the north end of the preserve, beckoning you across and back out towards town. I’ll head back in just a few more minutes.
On March 6 I will have a booth at the Paramus High School Arts & Crafts Fair in Paramus New Jersey. I will have framed and unframed prints as well as opportunities to place custom orders for any picture in my catalogue. Please join me there.
On Sunday I had my first exhibition and sold ten pieces. Thanks so much to everyone who bought and admired the work. Exciting to imagine my work hanging in others’ homes!
Purchasing a piece of art for a home, office, or gift is a very personal act. While Fotomoto delivers excellent quality prints right off the website, if any of my photographs might be of interest, I am happy to work with you directly on a custom order.
Photographs can be ordered as traditional & metallic prints, mounted canvas, or on new wood or aluminum prints. I can also do custom framing and am happy to discuss any special needs.
If you wish to purchase a small proof print to examine before ordering a larger display print, I will deduct the cost of the proof print from the final order.
I appreciate your interest,
I’m so excited announce that I can offer fabulous metal prints of the photographs. As my fulfillment partner FotoMoto describes,
“MetalPrints are created by infusing dyes directly into specially-coated aluminum sheets. Because the image is infused into the surface and not on it, your images will take on an almost magical luminescence. Colors are vibrant and the luminescence is breathtaking. Detail and resolution are unsurpassed.
MetalPrints have an ultra-hard, scratch-resistant, water and weather-proof surface that has been proven to endure the test of time. These prints can be cleaned easily with any commercial glass cleaner.
Metal Prints are available in 5 different surfaces: High Gloss, Mid-Gloss, Satin, Sheer Gloss and Sheer Matte. All our MetalPrints have 1/8” rounded edges and can be ready-to-hang with 1/2” Float Mount Hangers. Prints larger than 20×30 use a 1/2” Metal Inset Frame for stability. Metal Prints smaller than 11” x 14” also have a metal easel option instead of the Float Mount. ”
Try out one of these and bring your home or office wall to life!
Today was the day! I did some last tweaking of language and images and let friends family, and social media have at the site. I’m so thankful for the kind words and early purchases by supporters. I welcome all feedback and appreciate comments on individual photos as well as the site as a whole. I hope you will share the link with your friends and that you will find something you’d like as a print or card.
All the photos are like children to me, but here’s the one that inspired me to build the site. I remember the day and place I took the photo – a summer morning at Celery Farms Nature Preserve in New Jersey. But, more than this memory, the photo I ended up with takes me on a journey and opens my curiosity every time I see it. I hope it draws you in as well.
After two days of fits and starts, the site has finally achieved basic functionality. Boy, was this not simple. nevertheless, I’m excited to share the site with you and look forward to everyone’s comments, questions and feedback on the photos and the site itself.