Three Mayne Island photography landscapes go to Vancouver

The year of 2012 has started out on a high note here at la casa de inspiracion. A new collector of my work will shortly be receiving three extra-large approximately 20 X 28 inch photography canvas prints  to complete the remodeling of her home in Vancouver. Shall we have a look to see what she has chosen for her walls? Yes? I though you might say that.


(image is available for purchase Here


(image is available for purchase Here

and the ever popular…


(image is available for purchase Here

SPROUT: If you could collect anything you wanted what would it be? 

SEED: Have you ever wondered how I define “a collector of my work?” It is someone who has three or more pieces of my Fine Art. It could be three or more photography prints or three or more original paintings or a combination of both. Here is a link that I recently wrote for my Google Plus – Terrill Welch Fine Art page about buying an original painting The same advice holds to be equally true for photography Fine Art. In addition, I would like to suggest this fantastic article by art consultant, advisor, author, and independent appraiser, Alan Bamberger,How to Collect Art Like a Pro – Building a Collection.” It is like an advance course in learning how to buy what you love.

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2 thoughts on “Three Mayne Island photography landscapes go to Vancouver

    • They are a good size Jeff and usually the largest that I provide. But I have had requests for larger images and found that if the resolution is large enough I can go all the way up to something like 27.25 inches high to 48 inches long on Fine Art America. Here is one I put up for a client just today I am going to have to up grade to a Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera body to go any larger. So expensive though. I know it is just the cost of doing business but geeesshhh! I am hoping to get one used now that the Mark III is out.

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