Check Out My Print Store!
Hello Friends. It has been a VERY long time since my last post. I know that I should have told you what I was working on, but to be honest, I just didn’t make time for blogging.
In the past few weeks I’ve continued volunteering at my daughter’s school. I helped out with event organization, trained parents on how to create year book pages, and I’ve taken hundreds of images for the same project. The year book completion due date is approaching quickly, therefore in the next few weeks creating pages from the photos we have taken is a priority to me and to the other volunteers.
Helping with school projects was just one big item on my agenda. The other large project I started a month ago was setting up a store for my art pieces. After reading and researching about ways of creating an online print store, I’ve chosen to work with Fine Art America. They are one of the largest, most-respected online sites in the world. After I made this decision the most exciting part was (and still is) the creation of new art work. I have set a goal of revisiting my original photo files from previous years, and to continuously grow my art collection. As I am writing this post, I have 115 images uploaded to the store, and I hope to grow this number every week. The images are sorted into various categories for better organization. You will find categories like Hungary, California, Colorado, as well as animals, architecture and landscapes just to mention a few. Too many choices? Not a problem. Why don’t you check out my personal favorites. On the store page click on the Galleries drop down, then choose Artist Top Picks.
I’d like to invite all of you to take a tour of the store and check out my new pieces. Should you decide to purchase a print, or a matted and/or framed art work, or maybe a canvas, your order will be handled by FineArtAmerica.com. You will be able to choose the kind of paper you want for your print, as well as the size of the art work. Fine Art America also guarantees your purchase for 30 days.
Fine Art America ships worldwide, if you can receive a package via UPS or FedEx, then they can ship to you. If you have any questions about the store, the process, my images, etc., please don’t hesitate to contact me.