A bright red balloon floats above a red tricycle in this sweet childhood image by artist Edward M. Fielding.
Framed prints as shown above with matting and you choice of frame (red frame used in the above) can be ordered to create the perfect custom decor for home or office.
Prints can also be ordered rolled in a tube or as canvas, metal, wood, acrylic prints or printed on products such as tote bags and throw pillows.
New artwork decor for a child’s room featuring a red balloon and red tricycle toy, a 3D digital composite image by fine artist Edward M. Fielding.
Link to “My Red Balloon” – https://edward-fielding.pixels.com/featured/my-red-balloon-edward-fielding.html
Dogford Studios now on Curioos
Select photographs and artwork by artist Edward M. Fielding can now be found on Curioos.
Curioos is the most vibrant marketplace for artist-designed products. We empower thousands of both established and emerging graphic artists from 80+ countries by showcasing and selling their work as high-quality wall art, apparel, and fashion accessories.
Launched mid-2011 as a graphic art blog, Curioos has quickly become the go-to marketplace for this new generation of digital native artists, fashion addicts, and interior design lovers. – Matt Valoatto Founder, CEO at Curioos
This numbered edition artwork designed by Edward Fielding is numbered, signed and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Artwork is printed on fine art paper using archival inks and mounted to a 2″ deep hand stained dark brown frame. Comes ready to hang.
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Today’s Music Ain’t Got the Same Soul
Just take those old records off the shelf
I’ll sit and listen to ’em by myself
Today’s music ain’t got the same soul
I like that old time rock ‘n’ roll
Sang Bob Seeger in the classic rock anthem “Old Time Rock and Roll”. Back in the days of old time rock and roll, when you saved up your allowance to buy records at the downtown record store, you’d spend hours flipping through the albums, looking at the artwork, reading the backs of the sleeves, making a careful selection for your meager spending money.
Back then the artwork on a record was important. Music wasn’t sold by the thumbnail on a streaming site, it was sold as an actual, physical object in which the artwork, liner note and inner sleeve were all part of the package. In college we used to flip through the used record stores looking for obscure booklegs, special releases, original pressings with all of the good sleeves full of lyrics and photos of the band. Promo “for radio play only”, not for resale, cuts out, remainders.
In my younger days I’d scan the racks at Caldor’s and Bradley’s for greatest hits music bargains and K-tel compilations of the Kinks, Beach Boys and Monkees. The vintage records in my series of old record still life’s come from a collection older than I. Albums from the 50s and 60s before I actually started paying attention to music. A such they have a mid-century modern graphic design quality.
See the entire collection of classic vinyl record album artwork by fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding including prints, museum quality framed artwork, throw pillows, tote bags, canvas, wood, metal and acrylic prints, shower curtains, t-shirts, fleece blankets and more here: https://edward-fielding.pixels.com/art/record
The comforting, nostalgic modern farmhouse style is all the rage. Not too fussy, easy-peasy look makes everyone feel at home as soon as they walk in the door.
It’s all about the simple details. Farmhouse is a decidedly American style and is in the mists of a major resurgence. Modern farmhouse style appealing to those who like the classic, comforting style of a simpler time. It’s a blend of architectural details, front porches, inherited pieces, light colors, rough-hewn finishes and of course just the right artwork.
Country theme, classic barns, cows, antique tractors and rural landscapes make for a great modern farmhouse look. Decorating with scenes of old red barns in the snow, vintage farm equipment and idyllic country scenes. Fine art photographer and artist Edward M. Fielding (www.edwardfielding.com) offers and unique and exciting collection of modern farmhouse images taken from all over rural New England.
These images capture the essence of the modern farmhouse look, easy, relaxed, not fussy, not afraid of a few muggy paw prints.
The following photographs and farmhouse artwork are available as framed prints (barnwood frames are available!), canvas prints and more. Or purchase them rolled in a tube and make your own frames.
The essence of farmhouse decorating is warm, cozy, relaxing, and full of charm and character. Bring on the charm and character with great farmhouse artwork. Eschews modern sensibilities, harken back to a simpler time, yet keep the farmhouse savvy by not sliding into country kitsch by a balance of old and new. The great photography and art in Edward Fielding’s collection of fine art photography and artwork should be clean, stylish and warmhearted.
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Browse thousands of pieces to find art for any occasion, and every taste. Each piece is printed on fine-art quality material, which means all the vibrant colors and rich details you love will shine.
Select your art, and TurningArt ships it for free. Your first piece comes ready-to-hang in our signature frame. Made of recycled material, it won’t warp or dent, a difference you can see and feel.
Request a new piece whenever you like. Once you have your next masterpiece, simply slide it into your frame, and send the old piece back to us. Round-trip shipping is always completely free.
We handle everything, from design and curation to installation and rotation, freeing you to get involved as much or as little as you like. You will have a dedicated Art Advisor throughout.
We rotate the artwork at the frequency of your choosing to not only keep your space looking fresh and up to date, but also make it as dynamic as the people who work there.
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We work directly with over 1,000 artists nationwide so that, wherever you are, you can feature the work of local artists in your space.
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Our ability to seamlessly intermix prints and originals, and to combine purchase and rental options, gives us superior design and pricing flexibility. Pay up front or over time.
Another hit show with some great artwork is the set of the TV Show “This is Us”.
The Pearson family’s generational story unfolds in this emotional drama. In moments of love, joy, triumph and heartbreak, revelations emerge from parents Jack and Rebecca’s past, while triplets Kate, Randall and Kevin discover deeper meaning in their present day lives. Successful businessman and father Randall searches for information about his biological parents. Kate finds love and self-acceptance while battling obesity. Kevin pursues a more meaningful career, which brings some difficult choices.
Decorating the Sets for different Eras in the story
From an article in Architectural Digest:
The main challenge was dealing with the changes in eras. “There are period TV shows, like Mad Men, but they’re stable within their years. They pick a couple years, and that’s the context of the story,” he says. “Ours, so far, has gone from 1980 to present day.” Bouncing between time periods required quick thinking and a team that could find period-perfect props and locations. “The different locations have been challenging,” he say. “They have to support the story.” The lives of the characters and their emotional stories are always at the heart of the show’s design. “Scripts call for different tones,” he says. “Happy tones, sad tones, dark tones, light tones. That’s another element that we have to add into our ingredients, into our recipe.”
Randall’s living room features a large black and white fine art photograph of a tree. The tree of course symbolizes the family tree that is traced in the series as well as probably being the tree the father’s ashes are buried around.
Similar fine art photographs of tree’s can be found in the portfolio of Edward M. Fielding and can be ordered as prints or framed like the one in Randall’s living room on the This Is Us TV set. Canvas prints, wood prints, greeting cards, tote bags, and more are also available.
Two beach chairs on the beach at Florida’s Siesta Key in Sarasota in this fine art photograph by photographer Edward M. Fielding. Available as canvas prints, metal print, rolled in a tube, framed and matted art print, acrylic prints, wood prints and more, this photograph of a couple of empty beach chairs in the waves at Siesta Key, Florida makes a perfect addition to the casual beach house decor.
Enjoying its reputation as one of America’s Best Beaches, Siesta Beach is made famous by its sugar-fine, quartz-white sand.
A short jaunt from the public beach is a village of outdoor dining, coffee shops and shopping. Turtle Beach sits beyond the sea grapes on the Key’s southern end and is a popular site for launching kayaks.
THE TOP BEACHES OF SARASOTA
South Lido Park Beach – South Lido Park Beach’s amenities include shaded picnic areas, barbecue grills, children’s playground, volleyball, a canoe trail, nature trails, an observation tower and decks, restrooms, and free parking.
BROHARD BEACH PAW PARK AND VENICE FISHING PIER – Sarasota County’s Only Public Beach Where Dogs are Allowed
Coquina Beach is the longest stretch of beach on the southern end of Anna Maria Island on the Gulf of Mexico.
Siesta Beach is favorite among visitors and residents alike. It’s 99 percent pure quartz sand—perhaps the finest and whitest you’ll ever see earned Siesta Key’s, Siesta Beach a No. 1 rating on Dr. Beach’s annual list of America’s Best Beaches.
Venice Beach is a favorite beach spot for locals as well as divers who come for its coral reef which is located a quarter-mile off shore.
Located at the southernmost end of Siesta Key is Turtle Beach, which is much less crowded than Crescent Beach and Siesta Beach and features some of the tallest dunes in the area. Kayakers will enjoy exploring the nearby lagoon and natural wetlands.
Caspersen Beach stretches over 1½ miles and you can actually reach Manasota Key four miles away if you keep walking south.
Longboat Key’s access to its beaches is limited, but your reward is 10 miles of uninterrupted, uncrowded beach with wonderful Gulf of Mexico water and white sand.
Nokomis Beach Offers Some of the Best Surfing on Florida’s Gulf Coast! Nokomis Beach is Sarasota Counties oldest public beach and is well-liked by families and fishing enthusiasts.
Farm to Table Decor – Farm to Table restaurants and markets need to look no further than this new collection of canvas prints from fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding for wholesome, farm fresh goodness.
Available as framed art, prints, canvas or even wood prints, the collection of tractor, food, farms, barn and more.
“It’s difficult to think anything but pleasant thoughts while eating a homegrown tomato.” -Lewis Grizzard
Organizing your collection of artwork and fine art photographs takes planning and thought to acheive the style you are looking for – these books can help you arrange and display your photography collection.
Decorating With Pictures by
Inspires the reader to go beyond conventions when selecting and hanging pictures–to plunge in and create stylish rooms with character. Ms. Hoppen gives tips on how to get started, illustrates the many possibilities for displaying pictures, and addresses specific questions of hanging, mounting, and framing, providing practical and aesthetic guidance. A directory of sources and a glossary complete the book.
At Home with Pictures: Arranging & Displaying Photos, Artwork & Collections by Paige Gilchrist
Pair pictures with the perfect mats, use inventive hanging techniques, try out different wall arrangements, and play with combinations of color. Uncertain of what to put up rather than how to do it? Then feast upon the innovative suggestions for creating themed displays, or assembling still lifes that blend pictures with everything from wooden sculptures to childhood memorabilia. Broaden your definition of a “picture” to include such fabulous things as antique game boards, painted china plates, or a key collection. With these ideas as a springboard, home-sweet-home will look more beautiful than ever.
How to Hang a Picture: And Other Essential Lessons for the Stylish Home by
Like tying a Windsor knot or brewing a perfect cup of coffee, knowing how to hang art on your wall is a hallmark of everyday style and nuts-and-bolts know-how. The where, what, and whys of hanging art are an overlooked, under-appreciated line of inquiry. Most of us simply wing it with a quick eyeball and a swing of the hammer. How hard can it be? we think. What can go wrong? The answer, of course, is plenty: crumbling plaster, ruined antique laths, mismatched art hung too-close together, or a poorly-mounted photograph warping in its frame. But beyond the technical mishaps, there is a more essential lesson to be learned: The skill and consideration with which you decorate your home makes an aesthetic statement about the world you inhabit-and more importantly, when it’s done right, it very clearly looks a whole lot better.
Slim and stylish, How to Hang a Picture: And Other Essential Lessons for a Stylish Home is a user-friendly guidebook that details everything you need to know about hanging, framing, decorating and displaying art. If Strunk & White’s Elements of Style was crossed with a no-nonsense how-to manual, you will have captured the tone and immediacy of How to Hang a Picture: simple rules and essential information presented with charm and intelligence.
The Complete Photo Guide to Framing and Displaying Artwork: 500 Full-Color How-to Photos by
Step-by-step color photos for all areas of matting and framing; the information is complete, accurate, and up-to-date. This book includes top-notch instructions for archival framing—the correct methods and materials for preserving photos and artwork for posterity. The author also provides inspiration and helpful examples to show people how to display their artwork using basic design principles in a manner that is easily grasped. There are important techniques to follow for success—even the basic mechanics of hanging a picture.