Tag: shopping

  • 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!


  • Return to Winter

    Return to Winter

    ‘Tis the Season

    Despite the cold weather and an imposition upon our outdoor activities, a fresh blanket of snow is a beautiful sight. Seen here, a snow-covered forest along the Huron River, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, at Bandemer Park. To see prints and more, visit these galleries:


  • Loose Change

    Loose Change

    If you like my macro photography, you can spend a few coins and purchase a print from my gallery. Perfect for the home or office, it always makes a great gift-giving idea. There are several print types to select, so stop by and see what you can find. Thanks for visiting!


  • Time for Change

    Earlier, I stopped in at a nearby grocery store to shop for ingredients to make my world famous spaghetti. Well, it’s really only known locally – so, small world famous? Hmm… Whatever the case, Sriracha Sauce continues to be unavailable in the area. Oh, and I purchased some lottery tickets.

    As usual, I was second in line at the customer service counter, waiting behind an elderly woman going through the process of returning an item. Apparently, there were complications, and, once concluded, she forgot to take her bag. Fortunately, there were no coupons or checkbooks involved, so the wait wasn’t too long.

    Of course, I’d like to win the lottery, but I was also there to make change. So, I purchased $5 worth of tickets and handed the cashier a $20 bill. She printed the tickets, put my money into the cash register, closed the drawer and handed me a $5 bill as change.

    “Hey, I gave you $20. You owe me $15”. She shot me a suspicious glance, as if questioning whether or not I was trying to pull the wool over her eyes, then reopened the register to remark, “Oh, you’re right. I accidentally put your $20 bill into the $10 slot”. We chuckled and I smiled, until she put another $5 bill on the counter, adding “Here you are. Sorry about that”.

    I said, “Hey, hey, that’s only $10, now…you still owe me another $5″. Momentarily dumbfounded, she added another $5 to the mix and, finally, we were square. As I turned to begin shopping, I thought to myself…

    the third time is the charm!

    Geez.


  • Journey From Earth

    Typographic artwork featuring the Latin phrase, “Non est ad astra mollis e terris via”. Translation: There is no easy way from the earth to the stars.

    You can discover a variety of prints and products available in the following shops: Pixels, ArtPal, Redbubble, ArtFlakes and Tee Public.

    Thanks for stopping by!


  • Space

    The Final Frontier

    Cosmic digital artwork depicts a sunrise in space, with stars and other glowing planets. You can enjoy my solar rendition on a variety of cool gift and apparel items in the following shops…


  • Egg Island

    Egg Island

    Recently, on a chain of islands located off the coast of Oregon, a giant egg was observed at sea. Could this be the potential hatchling of a prehistoric pterodactyl? That’s a good question, and it’s difficult to know with any degree of certainty; whatever it is, caution is recommended – please stay out of the water!

    You can play it safe and stay dry by visiting any of the following shops for great gifts and apparel items…


  • Great Lakes Lighthouse

    Great Lakes Lighthouse

    Big Red

    Located on Lake Michigan, this vintage photograph features an historic lighthouse in Holland, Michigan, located along the southern channel to Lake Macatawa – known as “Big Red”.

    You can discover a variety of prints, gifts and apparel items available in the following shops:


  • Gradient of Abstract Shapes

    This chaotic graphic artwork features a random stream of abstract shapes and colorful gradient, ranging from dark blue to mint green. It looks great on a multitude of products available in my galleries – check it out…


  • Abstract Piano Keys

    Abstract Piano Keys

    This modern art is an abstract digital collage based on a photograph of black and white piano keys. With several creative modifications, it’s now available on a variety of fine products in the following galleries:


  • Richland Creek

    Richland Creek

    This photograph of Richland Creek was taken on the Cumberland Plateau in Dayton, Tennessee, along the Laurel-Snow Trail. You can visit my gallery to see a variety of prints – framed, art, canvas, metal, acrylic, wood, poster and tapestry. Thanks for stopping by!


  • Foothills Sunrise

    Foothills Sunrise

    Photographed from the Foothills Parkway near Wears Valley, Tennessee, morning rays of sunlight stream across the Smoky Mountains and the fog-filled valleys below. You can enjoy a wide variety of prints, gifts and apparel, when you visit the following galleries:

    Thanks for stopping by!


  • Water Shots

    These photographs include Lost Creek Falls, Big Laurel Creek and Rylander Cascades. Each is located on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee, atop the states largest network of underground caves. Though foliage conceals an upper aspect of Lost Creek Falls, it stands 50-feel tall and immediately vanishes into an underground sink, never to be seen again. Check it out!


  • Somewhere In Space

    Somewhere In Space

    The Green Planet

    From a distant solar system, an uninhabited green planet of many mountains and an acidic sea remains undiscovered…until now. Welcome earthling! If your first thought happens to be take me to your merchandise, then head right this way –

    I hope you enjoy your visit and find something nice – just don’t drink the water!


  • Nickels Arcade

    Nickels Arcade

    This photograph features Nickels Arcade, a vintage shopping area located in Ann Arbor, near the campus of the University of Michigan. Prints, gifts & apparel products are available in each of these galleries – Pixels, Redbubble and ArtPal. Thanks very much!