Since I can’t travel, I’ve been exercising my creative muscles at home. When I recently did a teapot shoot, I decided I really liked the blue toned finish. I always loved cyanotypes and these are an extension of that.
Each image has a different blue because it creates a different mood. As always, feedback is welcome. Be sure to visit my gallery to see more of my work!
A new gallery with some of my images in living spaces. Ever wonder what it would look like on the wall? I used an extension for Photoshop created by Giovanni Allievi. Visit his page and check out his work and if you can purchase the extension there as well.
A gallery of travel maps in place
They look great in these spaces. The soft, muted tones look great on dark walls or light. Did you know that you can purchase my prints already framed? It makes decorating so much easier.
A photo of the Hungarian Parliament Building in Budapest is composited with an antique map of Budapest
A composite map of Budapest with an antique map and a recent photo of the Budapest Parliament Building
A photo of the iconic London Red phone booth is composited with an antique map of London and a modern map of the Underground.
Great for a long skinny space. Like over a door or window or even a fireplace!
An antique map of Bohemia, an antique drawing of the city, and a modern photo of the old city skyline make up this cool travel map.
Some more of my favorites
Food art for the kitchen. Or travel photography from central Europe. Check out my Americana gallery for images of American cities and towns.
Buskin on the Danube
Buick 8 front end
Polish Market Meat
White dogwood blossoms in the spring are a favorite in East Tennessee