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The San Francisco Bay Area has always held a certain place in my heart, it is a special place with a rich history and elegance that have been appreciated by all that have visited and an even more profound love for those who have either spent time here or for some lucky few who have had the pleasure of living here. After growing up in Sacramento, I spent most of my adult life living in San Francisco, and even now, San Francisco is no further than a BART ride across the bay from where I currently make my residence in the East Bay. The Beatles sang, “There are places that I remember…”, the San Francisco Bay Area is one of those special places. In this series of blogs which I call “San Francisco Bay Area Through The Eyes of a Local Artist and Photographer”, I will take my audience through the fabulous streets of the San Francisco...
Detroit, MI - What I have here is a photo that was taken at The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn MI Nicholas Grunas was born and raised in Southwest Detroit and still calls 'The D' home. Nicholas is a self-taught photographer with much determination who has spent many hours researching his love of the art, perfecting his skills and challenging himself. Nicholas is gifted with the ability to see the beauty in anything and transform the vision in his mind into amazing images. Nicholas never leaves home without his camera and is always drawn back to the city he calls home where he brilliantly captures the beauty that still lies within the boundaries of Detroit, many times in the most unexpected astonishing places. Every picture tells a story with Nicholas' unique style, vibrant use of color and captivating imagery of Detroit and the surrounding area's attractions which are showcased within this website. Nicholas is currently for hire in addition to his fine art available for purchase!!
Marble, No - ceramic artist RobinBloom,has sold thousands of his ceramic works thru galleries all over the United States,including ,during the 90's the Smithsonian museum shops.Now he and his wife, Billie Bloom are showing their art photography on fineartamerica.com New photos are added daily.Our photography ranges from mountain landscapes to beautiful flyfishing scenes from the Colorado Rockies to the Smokies in Western North Carolina.Many photos use todays incredible array of editing tools to create beautiful art photography never imagined or seen before!
I created this, it is a very popular area in Los Angeles California. The celebrities are always in the Barnes and Nobles for book signings they love this place. Great place for tourist. Hope you enjoy this my website is MALLORYBLAKE.COM
Kladno - Multi Award-Winning artist directory and online art gallery Artists Info accepted artwork by Czech artist Petra Terslova. Artist Info includes talent from across five continents. The site showcases a huge choice of art in a wide variety of styles including abstract art, contemporary art, traditional oil paintings and watercolours, photography, sculpture and a lot more.
Every week award winning photographer Brad Walters picks one of his favorite photographs as the "Photo of the of the Week" from his fine art photography collection.
Born just outside Seattle Washington, now a longtime resident of Arlington Washington, Brad Walters frequents photo locations in the Pacific Northwest. His photography pictures are beautifully composed and are known for capturing the essence of their locations in spectacular colors.
This week's photo is "Whatcom Waterfalls", unleashing the full beauty of this amazing tourist attraction.
Lafayette, CO - Denver, CO: Local artist Sonya Shannon, who did special effects for a "Star Trek" movie, will release her new "Transformation Oracle" game in booth 208 at the Denver Celebration Metaphysical Fair on Sept. 5 at the Denver Merchandise Mart.
Sonya Shannon is a pioneer digital artist who worked at Broadway Video (home of Saturday Night Live), and whose animation students are now leaders at Blue Sky, Pixar, WETA Digital and other major studios.
The "Transformation Oracle" features 44 original works of art and is based on the four elements earth, air, fire, and water. Local dancers, actors, and yogis posed for the images, which were digitally composited.
The artist will lecture on the transformative powers of art on Sept. 5 from 6-7pm at the Metaphysical Fair. You can find out more on her website sonya-shannon.com.
Benton, MO - FAA Photographer Larry Braun's Photo titled "Lone Cypress" received third place in the Mingo NWR photo contest this year. The cypress in this image is well lighted by late evening sunshine, which gives the leaves a vibrant glow. Still wind conditions created a glass like surface on the water making an almost perfect reflection, obscured slightly by the duck weed floating on the surface.