My work is currently being featured by a wonderful metal poster online company called Displate. First of all it is an incredible honor to have a company take notice of my photography, and then for it to feature my work in its very first feature of artists’ pieces on its site, AND to feature solely MY WORK in this modern bathroom view as interior inspiration to its clients is A M A Z I N G ! ! At first I was in shock, when I saw it on my laptop, and then as I examined it and realized it was all my photography work, I did not have words to describe the gratitude to Displate for doing this!! I have felt so honored, when I have had sales from my shop (displate.com/inou) on their site, because it really does validate my art and makes me feel good about what I am doing!! In the art world there are good days and bad days, and THIS was a FANTASTIC day!!!! : D
Displate Interiors: modern view bathroom
My displates featured by Displate.com
Besides this, which was QUITE enough for me to take in and process, Displate featured another one of my photography posters in Commercial Interiors, Modern Office. There they used a photo I took from the top of the Empire State Building of busy New York City. It is the fourth one down in the left column of posters. SO honored!!
Displate’s Modern Office, Commercial Room
Huge THANK YOUs to Displate and to the people who have loved my work so much as to purchase it and put it in their homes!!!! So incredibly honored…
This is a working Victrola, which has been passed down to my husband and me. I was playing a record on it just today! Young Frank Sinatra, in fact! The photo was taken with hopes of being a part of Society6’s ANALOG zine collaboration, coming up this month. I added a texture layer to this, which gives it that retro, vintage look. Amazed at the smoothness of the label, how the words just seem to have been lifted off, as the record played, and those incredible wavy lines on the tracks!! My new favorite!!
Photo of the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. View from the Rialto Bridge, one of four bridges crossing the canal. I gave this photo a vintage look through the use of multiple layers of texture. Hope you like it!
Look familiar? It is a version of the blog background image, but given a vintage, antique feel through the use of texture and dark richness of a deep merlot color. The interesting texture in the background has an almost ikat quality to it. With Valentine’s Day soon upon us, I decided to utilize this photo and to add the typography at the bottom. The color needed to be a deep red, and a couple of layer styles were added to the text. I really like how it has an illustration feel to it, while still maintaining the integrity of the gerbera.