Here is what has been selling so far this Christmas and holiday season from the portfolio of artist Edward M. Fielding – a mix of Christmas cards, framed prints and products:
A pair of classic Adirondack chairs on the shore of Mirror Lake in the town of Lake Placid, NY in the heart of the Adirondack park in New York state.
This dramatic portrait of a West Highlands White Terrier has been featured on the home page of Pixels.com and Fine Art America for the past six months straight.
Part of the Dogford Studios collection and in my book my new book “the Quotable Westie” now on Amazon.
Sold recently as a great tote bag. Laundry day or wash day and the cute little white terrier is not exactly looking forward to his bath!
Pho Dog Grapher – a West Highlands White Terrier at the controls of a vintage view press camera in the pencil graphic version of Edward M. Fielding’s popular photograph of a dog “Pho Dog Grapher”.
Popular as a Christmas card – Stone Chapel in the Woods by Edward M. Fielding. A little stone chapel in the woods at the Van Trapp’s in Stowe, Vermont. Verner Von Trapp’s Chapel in the Woods. On a hillside behind the family home, von Trapp built a stone chapel in thanksgiving for his safe return from wartime service.
A classic old vintage red Ford pickup truck. Watercolor artwork by Edward M. Fielding.
Another popular Christmas card image from an iconic spot in Vermont. A freak early October snowstorm allow me to capture this scene in time for Christmas. A snowy winter day in rural Vermont. This is the famous Jenne Farm, photographed by so many that the owners put out a donation box (far left) near the “Kodak” moment spot. This shot was taken after a very early October snow storm. Vermonters seem to know that their red barns against the white snow make photographers go wild.
I sold a very large print of this photograph of Bryant Park chairs recently. It has a classic look of old photographs of Paris in my opinion. Bryant Park is a 9.603-acre (38,860 m2) privately managed public park located in the New York City borough of Manhattan.
Sold a nice large print of this one – Old vintage blue suitcases with a gravel road stretching off in the distance – to a customer with wanderlust.
Sold a very large print of this one – Harry Potter’s school for wizards, Hogswarts Castle in Hogsmeade going to a Harry Potter fan.
This sale was a card going to a dog fan – A writer dog at his vintage typewriter banging out his next newspaper column. Part of the series of cute Westie dog photographs. See my book “the Quotable Westie” on Amazon and CreateSpace: https://www.createspace.com/4070210
These next sales, all very large prints, were going to the same address, no doubt to decorate a 50s themed restaurant or decorate a 50s theme party room. Diners, Rock N’ Roll, and great vintage cars oh my!