• Boat in a Bottle

    Boat in a Bottle

    I’ve always wondered how a sailboat could fit inside a glass bottle, not to mention an entire ocean? This photograph features a vintage round-bottom bottle from my collection, and you can enjoy my collage on a variety of great gifts, prints and apparel in the following shops:

  • Black and White

    Photo One This is the Savage Gulf State Natural Area, located on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee – prints available.

    Photo Two This is an old wooden barn photographed while visiting Cades Cove in the Smoky Mountains – prints available.

  • Into The Cosmos

    Let your imagination explore the cosmos on a futuristic golden spacecraft! My digital artwork is available on a variety of out of sight products which you can discover in these shops:

    Thanks very much!

  • It’s About Time

    Take the time to discover great merchandise (gifts, prints & more) featuring my creative abstract artwork…

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    Poem

    A clock is wound
    Round and around
    To tell the time of day

    Asleep at night
    That we may work
    To make the time to play

    © 2022 Phil Perkins


    Music

  • Autumn on Lynn Camp Prong

    This photograph was taken along the Middle Prong Trail, in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, and features Lynn Camp Prong in autumn. Prints and more are available here: Pixels, Redbubble and/or ArtPal.

  • Beach of Shells

    Beach of Shells

    Step into a sunny and surreal scene at the beach, as you enjoy my digital landscape artwork of two gargantuan shells – possibly, prehistoric fossils. Or, not. Nevertheless, you can discover some really cool products (gifts, apparel, prints, etc.) available through these galleries:

  • Music and Design

    Music and Design

    Songs that I’m listening to this morning while working with photography and/or creating designs…

    PHOTO CREDIT: modified photo from unsplash.com.

  • Black and White Mountains

    Black and White Mountains

    More specifically, a black and white photograph of the Smoky Mountains, as captured from a location known as The Jump Off, a scenic detour along the trail to Charlies Bunion. Prints available.

  • New York Glass

    As a child with a hobby of collecting old bottles, this vintage glass was unearthed during the 1970’s while digging near a haunted house in Marquette, Michigan. Photo One is a small bottle from the Napier Chemical Company in New York, and has an air bubble in the glass. Photo Two is a taller bottle from the Black Cat Polish Company in Buffalo, New York, and to this day retains much of its original cork. See more in my gallery.

  • Flow of Water

    Flow of Water

    This close-up photograph features water rushing through moss covered rocks in Thunderhead Prong, a waterway located in the Smoky Mountains. If interested, several print options are available in my gallery. Thanks for visiting!

  • Chimney Tops

    Visitors of the Smoky Mountains can reach Chimney Tops – a mountain that the Cherokee Indians called Duniskwalguni, meaning ‘forked antlers’ – after a two mile hike along a steep trail. It’s a beautiful view, and one that you can enjoy everyday on prints available in my gallery at Fine Art America. I hope you’ll visit and find something you like, either for yourself or to give as a gift. Thanks!

  • Watch Your Step

    Watch Your Step

    This creative and surreal fantasy landscape featuring an infinite array of staggered, rocky peaks, reminded me of the 1986 movie, The Golden Child, when Eddie Murphy was tasked with the death-defying feat of carrying a glass of water (without spilling) across a similar, dangerous terrain. Fortunately, it’s much easier to access the following shops in order to find many great gift-giving ideas…

  • Cades Cove

    Please visit my gallery for prints. These autumn photographs were taken at Cades Cove, an historical settlement of early European immigrants located in a verdant valley of the Smoky Mountains, in Tennessee. It’s a beautiful area and a print would make a wonderful gift. Thanks for visiting!

  • Watching the Water

    Watching the Water

    …and, watching my step! This photograph was taken while standing on a rock in the middle of Thunderhead Prong, in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. I was able to access this spot due to seasonally low levels of water. You can also enjoy this mossy mountain landscape, on a print in your home or office, when you visit my galleries at Pixels, Redbubble and/or ArtPal. Select from several print options available. Thanks very much!

  • Chaos and Texture

    This abstract digital artwork includes an earth tones color palette, texture and a chaotic display of principally geometric shapes.

    You can find it on many great gift-giving ideas in the following shops:

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