One of the over 75 train related images within the portfolio of over 5,000 photographs and artwork by Edward M. Fielding available as fine art prints, canvas, metal, acrylic print and gift items.
75 Amazing Train Photographs
Over 75 modern and vintage train, railroad and railway photographs are available as prints from my portfolio at: http://edward-fielding.pixels.com/collections/trains
A railfan, rail buff or train buff (American English), railway enthusiast or railway buff (Australian/British English), trainspotter or anorak (British English), or foamer (pejorative for American railroaders), is a person interested in a recreational capacity in rail transport.] Railfans of many ages can be found worldwide. Railfans often combine their interest with other hobbies, especially photography and videography, radio scanning, model railroading, studying railroad history and participating in train station and rolling stock preservation efforts. Magazines dedicated to railfanning include Trains and Railfan & Railroad.
Train photography by Edward M. Fielding
A steam locomotive is a railway locomotive that produces its power through a steam engine. These locomotives are fueled by burning some combustible material, usually coal, wood or oil, to produce steam in a boiler, which drives the steam engine. Both fuel and water supplies are carried with the locomotive, either on the locomotive itself or in wagons pulled behind
Edward Fielding is a self-taught photographer/artist who is currently represented by several leading stock agencies with both royalty free and rights managed work.
Fielding’s work as appeared in featured in numerous magazines, greeting cards, advertising, book covers and media companies. His award winning fine art photos have been widely shown and juried into fine art shows.
Look for Edward M. Fielding’s book “the Quotable Westie” on Amazon.
Great Christmas gifts ideas – tote bags, throw pillows, weekender bags, greeting cards and stunning decor ideas including canvas, acrylic, metal, traditional paper matted and framed art plus the new wood prints!
Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales patterns are still rather predicable and an interesting observation of human behavior.
Leading up to Thanksgiving people are busy traveling or preparing for the big family holiday. Then some people enjoy skipping out on the dishes and hitting the stores on Thanksgiving evening to get an early jump on holiday gift buying or perhaps reward themselves with a nice new toaster or holiday outfit.
I know from personal experience that holidays always seem to bring about some failure of an appliance – the stove goes, or the microwave or the furnace acts up. It seemed like every Christmas or Thanksgiving growing up my Dad would have to run out to the local pharmacy that was always open to get a new coffee maker. This year in our household something happened to the dryer.
On Thanksgiving the pile of sales circulars comes and I flip through them while watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. By the last one I’m worn out by commercialism and decide I really don’t need anything. Then Black Friday comes a few more shopping oriented family members might brave the crowds for a few deal.
Then Saturday comes around and the Christmas Tree goes up and the Thanksgiving stuff is put away and perhaps we head out for a money. We took in “Arrival” and it was excellent. There was a big crowd at the theater, fellow holiday people looking for an excuse to get out of the house and perhaps away from those leftovers. We opted for Thai food – curry, pad tai and pho seemed about as far away from turkey, gravy and mash potatoes as we could get.
Sunday morning is for a bit of relaxing than then the online shopping starts on Sunday night and continues on Monday. These patterns seem natural and happen year after year. Here is what has been selling lately.
Cyber Monday Sales
Inspirational quotes and posters with quotes and sayings at: http://edward-fielding.pixels.com/collections/quotes+and+sayings
David Hockney on Photography & Other Matters (Secret Knowledge)
Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters, Hockney analyzed the work of the Old Masters and argued that the level of accuracy represented in their work is impossible to create by “eyeballing it”. Since then, Hockney and Falco have produced a number of publications on positive evidence of the use of optical aids, and the historical plausibility of such methods. The hypothesis led to a variety of conferences and heated discussions.
What’s hot on Fine Art America Nov. 2016
A few recent sales from the portfolio of Edward M. Fielding via Fine Art America. Photographer and visual artist Edward Fielding’s portfolio on Fine Art America has nearly 5,000 photograph, artwork and images to choose from for cards, prints, framed art, canvas prints, metal prints, even prints on wood and products such as tote bags and throw pillows. Print sizes can be ordered from small greeting card size all the way up to giant 60 x 40 inch prints.
Vintage Kodak camera print ad as a Christmas card.
Edward Fielding sold a 16.000″ x 24.000″ print of Vintage Electric Meter to a buyer from Tipton, IN.
Edward Fielding sold a greeting card of Rustic Cabin On The Pond to a buyer from Pepper Pike, OH.
Edward Fielding sold a 12.000″ x 8.000″ print of Warrens Lobster House Neon Sign Kittery Maine to a buyer from San Gabriel, CA.
Edward Fielding sold a greeting card of Vintage Motel Sign Square to a buyer from Ewing, NJ.
Edward Fielding sold a 10.625″ x 16.000″ print of Dartmouth Hanover Green In Autumn to a buyer from New York, NY.
Edward Fielding sold a 11″ x 14″ print of Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet Graphic Drawing to a buyer from Washington, DC.
Edward Fielding sold a greeting card of the Quotable Westie Poster to a buyer from Billings, MT.
Edward Fielding’s portfolio on Fine Art America at – http://edward-fielding.pixels.com/ has something for everyone from cute dogs to New England barns. From steam trains to vintage radios. From landscapes to still lives. You might have seen some of these images gracing the covers of best sellers at the book store as many of them have been licensed to publishers and magazines.
Product reviews and feedback on recent purchases of art by Edward M. Fielding
A great big thank you to my customers and collectors who took the time to provide reviews and feedback!
“The quality of the prints were very good. Its a great pic. Framing was good quality also. Well put together. Happy with the purchase. Fit our needs. Will consider Fine Art again in future”
November 10th, 2016