Congratulations! Chuck Grey is the winner of this year's Print Give-Away. I took this photograph while visiting Snow Canyon State Park, located in Saint George, Utah. Everyone on my email list has a chance to win a free photograph. Sign up today.
Congratulation, David Winje of Sacramento; you are the winner of the 2020 Print Give-Away Contest.
Everyone that is on my email list has a chance of winning one of my photographs. Just sign up at my website, and you will have a chance of winning a signed limited edition photograph. The next contest will be in 2021.
Recently, the curators announced they had selected one of my eerie images for YourDailyPhotograph.com. Having my work featured in their globally promoted gallery is always a source of pride.
About The Photograph
While visiting the ghost town of Forest, California, I stopped and explored this old building. The lighting inside was eerie, and I knew I had discovered a beautiful background for another photomontage. All I needed now was a vintage photo of school children from the 1800s. After several months of searching for the right photo, I found a picture of two sisters who seemed like they belonged in my new photomontage titled
My website is now equipped with Live Preview - an augmented reality tool that allows you to try my art on your walls using your phone or tablet! It's so easy to use, and it works right through my site (i.e., you don't have to download a particular app.
Here's how it works:
Browse my collection and find a piece you like.
2. On that piece’s page, click “Live Preview AR.”
3. Enjoy an augmented reality experience of my art in your space!
You can use this tool to get a feel for how my art will look in your home – how it will feel with your wall color, furniture, other art pieces, etc.
This has been a hectic year for me. I am most often found behind a camera, but this year I was the Steam Punk Santa at the High Hand Art Gallery’s Steam Punk Victorian Christmas Show. Everyone had a fun time getting their pictures taken with Santa. ☺
People always ask about my inspiration for creating some of my work. Many artists try to reveal things about themselves or society in their art. I too look within to find that special meaning that seems to come out in the art that I create.
This is one of the first photomontages that I created. It was inspired after finding a shoebox full of old family photos. The ghostly images are all relatives and lived in or near the city of Naples, Italy.On the left, and you may notice some resemblance, this is my Dad at age 13. His brother is on his right and above them are my Aunt and Uncle.
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Today, most fine art prints are made with large format inkjet printers. Epson and Canon printers are the leaders and the most prominent names people will recognize. The paper or canvas used to print the piece must be of archival quality. These are best for color reproduction and are said to last 100 years when printed with the correct inks.
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The 2022 lucky winner is Danielle of New Jersey
She received a photograph of The Windmills of Kinderdijk.