Thank you to my collector from Arlington Heights, IL who purchase two large canvas prints from my series of vintage tractor fine art photographs, a 22″ x 30″ print of Day Is Done and a 40.750″ x 60.000″ print of Old John Deere Tractor.
Meural Digital Canvas – Technology advancements in display technology has reached the point of affordablity and quality to make digital canvas art frames not only affordable but they look great. Either to display your own artwork or to stream artwork from amazing artists from around the world.
Our choice is the Meural Digial Canvas. A major step up from the cheap, little photo displays you put on the kitchen counter, this a fine art display worthy of the living room.
The Meural canvas is a smart art frame that gives you access to tens of thousands of works and it’s easy to upload your own. You control with our app, online dashboard, or the wave of your hand. With true art technology, a proprietary blend of hardware, firmware, and software images are rendered as textured as an original. Each frame is made from fsc-certified, sustainably sourced American hardwood.
We got one of these beautiful frame for Christmas and set it up between the living room and dining room for maximum visibility. It has been a lot of fun.
You can subscribe to a library of fine art supplied by Meural if you want but we got it mostly to showcase our own photography. I simply format some files to the Meural image file specs:
1920×1080 at 100 pixels per inch
Create a playlist and upload the files from my computer, or put a microSD card full of images in the back of the frame. You can have up to four play lists on a microSD card but unlimited images.
From the Meural app on your phone or computer you can schedule the frame to turn on and off and even schedule what art you see during the day and how often it changes images. I imagine these frames are a no brainer addition to the lobbies of any office or waiting room. You could even create and upload some informational type posters.
How is the image quality? Awesome. Images really come to life. The screen has a mat finish and the images have a backlit quality. My black and what images are particularly stunning in this format and its great seen my work this large. Even at 100 pixels per inch, at a viewing distance of a few feet, the images are dynamic, sharp, and luminous.
The frame itself is a bit thinker than a typical frame, has a white mat around the image area and now outer glass but the effect from a distance is that it is a real print. It freaks people out when the image changes!
Now I just have to figure out how to hide the cord. I have a few spots in my how that have power built into the wall at picture height but unfortunately the wall wart on the Meural is rather large. I’ll probably end up snaking the cord through the wall.
They make these pass through ports for low voltage cables. Get the ones with memory foam to stop any air passage.
Purchase a 24.00″ x 20.00″ stretched canvas print of Edward Fielding’s Eastman Pond Grantham New Hampshire October for the promotional price of: $100
Only 25 available at this price. Offer good for 5 days.
Limited Time Promotion
A limited time promotion is a limited number of fine art prints at a special price for a limited time.
The clock is ticking to get this black and white fine art photograph of a vintage farm tractor in Springfield, New Hampshire by Edward M. Fielding at a special price for a large 20 x 24 inch museum quality stretched canvas print, perfect for that modern farm house interior decor or a gift.
This promotion will last for five days and is limited to the first 20 buyers. Good luck!
Red Chairs – A new fine art print by Edward M. Fielding (www.edwardfielding.com) is now available as a canvas print (shown above), museum quality prints, framed and matted in custom sizes and frame choices (100s available) as well as metal, wood, acrylic prints and on products. Click here to order your print of Red Chairs
Perfect decor for your lake house, shot in New Hampshire but this relaxing image of two red chairs out by the lake is perfect for any lakeside home or simply for dreaming about sitting by the lake on a warm fall afternoon.
Anderson Pond is a small fifteen acre kettle pond within the residential development of Eastman in Grantham,Springfield and Enfield, New Hampshire. Eutrophic in
nature (fertile with abundant nutrients for plant production),
is becoming a little shallower as each year goes by. As silt builds
up on the bottom, a succession of plant life occurs called a
hydrosphere. What we see now are various water lilies and
pondweeds. As the water becomes even more shallow, reeds will
Spring brings a plethora of frog song from spring peepers,
bullfrogs, green frogs, leopard frogs and American toads. On
warmer days, painted and snapping turtles may be seen sunning
on the logs or a family of mergansers or mallards might occupy
the pond, sometimes joined by the great blue heron strutting
the shores on the lookout for fish.
Several species of fish inhabit the pond: perch, large and small
mouth bass and even a northern pike or two.
– excerpts from an article about Anderson Pond by Craig McArt and Renée Gustafson
This short video highlights selections of my fine art photography offerings shown on display in homes and offices.
The video shows large metal prints and framed artwork suitable for making an impact in a living room or office environment. Sizes from small to large as well as various framing styles from metal prints to framed and matted gallery style artwork is available. You can customize your order with paper, matt and frame choices or order prints rolled in a tube to be framed by yourself or at a local frame shop.
Here are links to the fine art photography examples shown in the video.
Classic neon sign outside of O’Rourke’s Diner a landmark on the North End of Middletown, Connecticut’s main street. Fine art photography by Edward M. Fielding
The diner was established in 1941 by John O’Rourke, who later brought the 1946 Mountain View diner car that anchored the diner’s distinctive appearance into Middletown.
About the image: Here the delicate and innocent flower is represented in white while the background of rough, old wood is allowed to go dark. The background is a find from a local barn restoration company. They tell me that it is a raccoon stretcher used to skin raccoon. Just one of the many interesting things the barn company finds when salvaging old barns in New Hampshire and Vermont. The wood has wonderfully deep cracks and is shaped kind of like a small ironing board. You can see nail marks in it from where the held down the animal. Nice huh? And you thought it was all just about a pretty flower.
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.
A yellow lifeguard tower stands watching over an empty beach on Maui, Hawaii.
The famous surfboard fence just off the Road to Hana on the island of Maui in Hawaii. Photography Hawaii born photographer Edward M. Fielding
Spring is here and we have a few Limited Time Promotions with a spring theme. Each special offer is good for the next five day and is limited to the first 25 collectors. Each is a 16×20 canvas print of museum quality.
by Edward Fielding
Purchase a 16.00″ x 20.00″ stretched canvas print of Edward Fielding’s First Spring Daffodil for the promotional price of:
by Edward Fielding
Purchase a 16.00″ x 20.00″ stretched canvas print of Edward Fielding’s Spring Daffodil Flowers for the promotional price of:
by Edward Fielding
Purchase a 16.00″ x 20.00″ stretched canvas print of Edward Fielding’s Springtime Boston Back Bay for the promotional price of:
Bring your artwork to life with the texture and depth of a stretched canvas print. Your image gets printed on a premium glossy canvas and then stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5″ x 1.5″ stretcher bars. All stretched canvases ship within one business day and arrive “ready to hang” with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.
Fine Art America is one of the largest, most-respected giclee printing companies in the world with over 40 years of experience producing museum-quality prints. All of our prints are produced on state-of-the-art, professional-grade Epson printers. We use acid-free papers and canvases with archival inks to guarantee that your prints last a lifetime without fading or loss of color.
Corner Detail: Stretched canvas print with 1.5″ stretcher bars and mirrored image sides. Also available with black sides and white sides.
All work comes with a 30 day money-back guarantee. If you don’t love it, simply return it.
Limited time promotion: Use this discount coupon code for any artwork by Edward Fielding. ‘NRRMDM’
My work can be seen in homes and offices around the world as well as on the covers of bestselling novels and magazines. Over 800+ satisfied customers from this portfolio on Fine Art America and Pixels alone.
“Beyond the Blue Door” by Edward M. Fielding is the latest in a series of doorway images as well as a new edition to the new colored pencil technique offered by the artist. This techniques starts with original photographs from fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding’s portfolio of over 4,000 images and applies and build up layer upon layer of colored pencil like strokes and markings. The process takes several hours per image and eventually the original photograph disappears leaving only the pencil markings. The detail and tonal range of a photograph remains but it takes on a more artistic look that allows the viewer to appreciate the image in a whole new way.
This image is part of a series of color pencil rendered images that include scenes from Italy, New England and beyond. A sub-segment of the colored pencil series is a series of door and doorway images taken by artist Edward M. Fielding in his travels around the world. Barns, artist studios, famous landmarks, city townhouses in Boston and more captured by the camera and rendered with digital pencil markings in post production.
Doorway Series – color pencil techniques over and original photograph by Edward M. Fielding – www.edwardfielding.com and is available as prints, framed art, canvases and more.
A mysterious house in winter with intense blue doors. Fine art photography by Edward M. Fielding
Saint-Gaudens Estate in Cornish, New Hampshire
The Saint-Gaudens estate in Cornish is New Hampshire’s only national park and carries the dubious distinction of being the least-visited park in the country. But the nation’s ignorance is our gain, since this unspoiled and stunningly beautiful spot is also uncrowded and accessible. But even to locals who frequent the grounds of Aspet, there are delightful secrets just waiting to be discovered.
You Might Be Forgiven if you’ve never heard of Augustus Saint-Gaudens. The name alone sounds patrician, perhaps Parisian, and if that’s your conclusion, in some sense you might be right. Augustus Saint-Gaudens did come from Paris, but he came from there by way of The Bowery in New York City. The son of French and Irish immigrants, Saint-Gaudens was born in Ireland and at 6 years old, landed in New York. He was destined to become America’s foremost sculptor. His work was to lead an American Renaissance and place him alone and above his contemporaries on either side of the Atlantic. The great sculptor, Rodin, on seeing his work at the Paris Exposition of 1900, doffed his hat, as homage to the artist.
I created this incredible offer for a friend of mine who has been looking for a large canvas print with a agricultural theme. I have 15 of these available at this special price for the next five days only. The deal was created for a good friend but your can get on it also, if you act quickly.
This offer is available for five days only. First come first serve. These limited time canvas print deals can be offered at such a value price because they are batch processes using a special arrangement with the printer and are intended as a promotional special deal for those who jump on this offer. Feel free to share this after you’ve secured your canvas.
by Edward Fielding
Purchase a 36.00″ x 24.00″ stretched canvas print of Edward Fielding’s Vintage John Deere at Sunset for the promotional price of:
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