Tips for buying contemporary art

Think about where you’ll put it. It can get personal, so paint the walls afterwards. ChromaLuxe high gloss aluminum dye sublimation images (our specialty) are durable weather and vibration resistant materials perfect for luxury yachts, executive jets, and lavish motorhomes with the optional four-point attachment and rounded corners. We do bespoke prints for bedrooms, bathrooms, […]

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Tips for buying contemporary art

Check out emerging artists. That’s me, 40+ years must be a record! Seriously though, semi-retired I can do engineering career work from anywhere (usually on rainy days), so now spending all my time traveling and photographing. I’m selling well to Calgary collectors, and working hard on the rest of Canada, Europe, and the Antipodes – […]

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Tips for buying contemporary art

Ask about the artist’s backstory. I’m a seventh generation photographer! My family: opened the first ever studio in Ottawa and first professional female photographer; first ever photo studio in Athens, Georgia; first Pendleton Roundup and Calgary Stampede; first overnight in-and-out processing shop, Dad was a shooter in the Navy; I’ve been shooting pro 40+ years […]

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Fool’s Gold 1, 2, 3

Turn around, look around, in this case, walk around from the obvious composition. I’ve shot this building before, from the street side, juxtaposed with Pagoda Red, so this year I walked around behind it and – WOW – abstract expressionism, minimalism, pattern, texture, colour field abstractions. Now I can’t decide which of three compositions I […]

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Back-light, High Noon

Leadlight – Back-light, high noon, so the ‘harsh mid-day sun’ is irrelevant, just a flood of light, what rule have I broken this time? Not to mention elimination of context, which seems expected of Photography! These are a pair of pedestrian walkways (+30 & +45) in Britomart, Downtown Auckland, New Zealand.

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