Archives for the day of: July 4, 2016


   Blue Door Dazzles me.

Crumbling Brick; old, dusty, brown,

i dream of skies unknown.


Just in case you all didn’t see that there were various sizes and venues for Dennstedt’s work.

Expat Journal: Postcards from the Edge

Blue Door

C’mon Steve no one can collect fine art for just $5.45. Oh contraire I disagree. So what’s the hook? The hook is the size of the image. I will use my image Blue Door as an example. As seen above this is a 48 x 34.25 inch (almost 4 x 3 feet) Acrylic Print hanging in a rather contemporary living room. In this size and presentation format it sells for $570.96 usd, and makes a dramatic and bold statement. Fine art prints are a luxury purchase and not everyone can afford to spend that kind of money on wall art.

So what about someone who really likes the photo but can’t justify the price? Are they just out of luck? No—actually there are a few options available: order a smaller size, choose a different presentation format, or consider the $5.45 option I’m about to propose. Purchase the photo as a…

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I have been following this photographer for just a week or two but really enjoy just browsing through his site.

However this one picture of his really moved me and when I saw he offers it for sale…i thought i’d share. ~~dru~~

Expat Journal: Postcards from the Edge

Blue Door

I’ve sung the praises of Acrylic and Metal Prints especially when they’re hung in contemporary environments. They say a picture is worth a thousand words and in this case I think that’s true. It’s hard to describe in words how something will look, it’s easier when you can actually see it. This is a 48 x 34.25 inch (almost 4 x 3 feet) Acrylic Print of my photo Blue Door photographed in San Juan Chamula, Chiapas, MX in 2013. In this size it sells for $570.96 usd + Shipping (30-day complete money-back satisfaction guarantee included). Other sizes, presentation formats, and price options are available (click on image).

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