There's a good chance many of you have seen some of the Fine Art Photos I'm going to share with you today, on the Etsy front page! Irene Suchocki is a very very talented photographer and I'm sure you are going to LOVE her work as much as I do :)
You can see the rest of her portfolio on her SITE or you can see even more photos on her BLOG or you can buy one of her prints in her ETSY SHOP. Go my darlings and explore!
So I'm starting to get caught up from the crazy weekend, but it might still take me a while to get there. Please forgive me if you are expecting to hear from me! I'll respond soon :) For now, lets go shopping... I could use a little retail therapy.
This weekend has been quite the whirlwind around here! After 32 hours of labor my oldest and closest friend/ "Sister" gave birth to her first child Saturday night. YAYAYAYAYAYAY!!!!!! However, after 32 hours in the hospital I haven't got much rest or much of a weekend. I have lots of catching up to do! In light of all that I'm not planning on posting our Interrogation today. Perhaps I will get around to it later this evening, but we'll see how much I get taken care of before then :)
Thank God for the miracle of life! Happy day everyone!!!
Today I have a very interesting artist for you. Tom Hussey is a photographer from Dallas and I really dig his style. The series I'm going to share with you today is called "Reflections". The images are quite beautiful, and kinda sad too. But don't stop after these, Tom has even more great work on his website!
For some reason the ones of the "college graduate" and the "nurse" really get to me. Overall they make me really thankful for the stage of life I'm in right now. Oh to be young, and to share your life with the one you love :) On another note, I think the lighting in all of them is really well done. It really sets the mood for each scene. Especially this last "attic" scene. Hope you guys like them too!
Quite some time ago I got a canvas print from my friend Shannon, who most of you know by now, and I absolutely love it. Fabulous is the best word for it really.
Anywho, I recently I got a canvas print of one of my own images! And it's pretty much equally as fabulous. I got it from Easy Canvas Prints. And amazingly enough, it really was easy.
I'd been wanting to get another canvas print and I'm so glad I finally did. You definitely loose some of the crisp details that we see from an inject printer but that's too be expected. They are printing on canvas after all! One of the things that I really like about my new canvas print is that I could have the image wrap around the side of the frame. For some reason that little detail just makes me happy.
So if you're interested in getting a canvas print, or if you've never heard of this at all, you should definitely check out Easy Canvas Prints website; I highly recommend them :) Also, if you "Like" Easy Canvas Prints on Facebook you get 50% off your order! Sweet deal! But be quick because the ad says it expires on the 29th.
And now we return you to your regular programming...