Limited Time Promotion: Vintage Tractor

Old Farmall Tractor Limited Time Promotion

Limited Time Promotion

A limited time promotion is a limited number of fine art prints at a special price for a limited time.

  • Special price
  • Limited to 20
  • Five days

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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!

Do gimmicks, coupons, sales and other offers sell artwork?

I’m suspect about coupons, sales, and other gimmicks to sell artwork.  To me a bin of scratch and dent limited time special deals direct from China artwork has its purpose – for example when you need something cheap throw up on house your flipping, to decor a dorm room for eight months, or cover up a whole in the wall in the trailer where you ducked your drunken spouse’s punch.

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Black velvet Elvis’s and sofa sized stylized cougars might look fine next to the Courvoisier bottle in Leon Phelps “The Ladies Man” bachelor pad…

…but I think the average home owner is looking for a bit more class than something selected by the product buyers at Walmart or CVS. Seriously the buyer who source the $5 king sized bottle of pickles one day and old Granny underwear the next are not exactly the “art consultants” I want picking out my art collection.

The worse nightmare of anyone hanging Ikea art or any other mass purchase, mass retailed artwork in their home is a guest commenting on it. “Oh my son just bought that for his dorm room. Did you pay $19? If you paid more than $19 for it you were ripped off. Don’t you just love Ikea? So cheap.”

Personally I like to be surprised when I enter someone’s home. I like to see some originality, some sense of personal style. The worst is being able to recognize the source of every piece of furniture and every fixture. Yup, saw that sink and faucet at Home Depot displayed right next to that tile. Oh there is that Pier One mirror. I wondered if anyone would buy that.

Hard to be original when you are shopping in mass market retailers. Especially with artwork when local art can be purchased so easily with a little more effort an often at prices not much more than buying mass produced “fake” art from China.

A row of paintings in a Chinese oil painting factory. The McDonalds of the Art World The others are selling more paintings at lower prices -- like Huang's former pupil Wu Ruiqiu. His business
A row of paintings in a Chinese oil painting factory. The McDonalds of the Art World
The others are selling more paintings at lower prices — like Huang’s former pupil Wu Ruiqiu. His business “Shenzhen Artlover” ships 300,000 paintings a year and is one of Dafen’s model companies. The businessman is dreaming of industrial mass production, complete with assembly lines. The creation of every painting would be divided into standardized production stages. Ruiqiu wants to “get into the business of oil paintings the way McDonalds got into the business of fast food.” By the end of the year, he wants to have set up an art school for training talented new painters — even if mass production doesn’t require all that much talent.

Makes stop and think about the quality experience you surround yourself in your home and how your present your home to other.  Would you serve McDonald’s hamburgers at home to your family and guests?  Come on over folks, I’ve perfected the cheapest way to feed you and while you are here, check out my collection of barging basement art knock offs.

Limited Time Promotion: A Yawn is a Silent Scream for Coffee

A yawn is a silent scream for coffee
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Purchase a 11.00″ x 14.00″ stretched canvas print of Edward Fielding’s A yawn is a silent scream for coffee for the promotional price of:  $50!

Limited to the first 25 collectors.  Offer ends in five days.

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About Canvas Prints

Check out 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.

About This Promotion

Pixels.com is the world’s fastest growing online community for living artists.   There are currently 408,549 artists who sell prints of their artwork through our site, and each week, we offer a promotional discount on one print.   The promotional print is made available in limited quantities and for a limited time at a substantially reduced price.

The goal is to put museum-quality works of art into the hands of art collectors all over the world and, in doing so, build awareness of beautiful artwork being produced by the Pixels.com artist community.   When you purchase prints from Pixels.com, the proceeds go directly to the artist – you’re supporting a community of living artists all over the world!

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Best of: Selling Artwork

A Collection of the Best Articles on Selling Artwork by Edward M. Fielding

Selling Artwork – Long before I was a best selling fine art and stock photographer, I was a little elementary school kid trading and selling marbles on the school yard. Later I bought a badge making kit from the back of a comic book and started selling buttons and badges to my classmates.  Selling was in my blood.

Inside The Horse Barn Black And White
Inside The Horse Barn Black And White – http://edward-fielding.pixels.com/featured/inside-the-horse-barn-black-and-white-edward-fielding.html

In college I had a couple business schemes going – a dating service for my fellow students (this was in the old school, pre-Internet days, matches were made by paper survey and intuition) and a party promotion/DJ/Booze Cruise company. Neither one was properly capitalized or successful but I did graduate from Boston University with a degree in Marketing and had a successful career in the publishing and web-zine industry specializing in market research. Needless say I know how to analysis a market and study consumer behavior.

Sunset over the old red barn.
Sunset over the old red barn.  http://edward-fielding.pixels.com/art/barn

I left the publishing world after the big dot.com and computer publication crash (anyone remember BYTE Magazine?)  and became a stay at home Dad supporting my wife’s career and work with a partner on a venture called “Fishboy Art and Design” which sold t-shirts and accessories to fishing fanatics and tourist locations.  The artwork was done by my partner Paul Ocepek, I handled the website and marketing.

Lobster Landing Sunset by Edward M. Fielding
Lobster Landing Sunset by Edward M. Fielding http://edward-fielding.pixels.com/featured/lobster-landing-sunset-edward-fielding.html

As the kid got older I started having some more free time to dedicate to my own artwork, specifically photography.  First with re-learning photography in the digital age and then figuring out how to sell my work so I wouldn’t have to go back into the rat race.

It took me about three years of research, practice, exploring, testing, discovering and daily work to start to see some consistent results, but eventually all that work started to pay off.

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This collection of articles represent some of the best tips and advice I can give on selling artwork.  I can’t create the artwork for you.  I can’ t force you to work hard, work smart and put in all of the time and effort it takes to get your work seen in front of the millions of other people trying to sell their own artwork.  But perhaps these articles will you a sense of how to get started and will provide a chance for you to skip ahead of some of the pitfalls I found along the way.

Will this advice work for you?  Each artist’s journey to success takes its own path but some selling truths are consistent.  Good luck Grasshopper. — Edward M. Fielding 

Then and Now – a 1941 Hudson Coupe

The Old 1940s Hudson Coupe

Back in the day, any one with a bunch of extra cash could jump into the brand new automobile industry. Numerous brands of cars started and were later gobbled up by a trend in consolidation of the auto industry. One of those early brands was “Hudson”, started by Joseph L. Hudson, a Detroit department store entrepreneur and founder of Hudson’s department store, who bankrolled and gave the name to the company.

The Hudson Motor Car Company made Hudson and other brand automobiles in Detroit, Michigan, from 1909 to 1954. In 1954, Hudson merged with Nash-Kelvinator Corporation to form American Motors (AMC).

One of the stand out cars from Hudson was this 1941 beautiful coupe.

Restored 1941 Hudson Coupe
Restored 1941 Hudson Coupe

Wandering around White River Junction, Vermont one day I spotted an old wreck of a 1941 Hudson Coupe in a lot full of old junkers in various states of decay.  Some serious restoration work would have to be done to get this car back into any shape resembling the original.

1941 Hudson Coupe Unrestored
1941 Hudson Coupe Unrestored

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Even in this snow covered lot, with weeds growing through the floor boards, the missing headlights and the tarnished chrome and rusty body, the beauty of the lines of this old classic car showed through.

I visited this spot in a variety of season, each time I was attracted to the curves of the old Hudson.

Old Hudson in the Snow
Old Hudson in the Snow

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Old Hudson Car Fall Foliage
Old Hudson Car Fall Foliage

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I returned to the lot on a number of occasions over the years but then a new bridge was put in between White River Junction and West Lebanon right near this lot and the auto repair place next to it was taken down to make way for some office buildings, so the cars disappeared.

Seen Better Days
Seen Better Days by Edward M. Fielding

http://edward-fielding.pixels.com/featured/seen-better-days-edward-fielding.html

I keep my eye out for that old Hudson and its companion the old Plymouth as well as the old Ford and other cars that sat in that lot waiting for the right time or person to restore them to their former glory or donate their parts for some project or another.

Old Junker Car by Edward M. Fielding
Old Junker Car by Edward M. Fielding

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About the Artist

Recently I was one of the featured artists in the PhotoReel art show at Gallery W at the Whitney in the Berkshires.

In addition to fine art photography, I enjoy being a staff educator at the AVA Gallery and Arts Center in Lebanon, NH teaching creative technology such as Scratch and Lego Mindstorms robotics to elementary and middle school children.

Many of the images featured here on Fine Art America are available for rights managed licensing for book covers and other projects from Arc Angel Images – http://tinyurl.com/aww2wzl
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All work in this gallery is the original work of Edward M. Fielding. It is for sale, copyrighted to Edward M. Fielding and, as such, is protected by US and International Copyright laws.

3 New Limited Time Promotions!

Limited Time Promotions for the First Week of Oct. 2016

Huge savings on these stretched canvas art prints. We have 10 left of these limited time promotional canvas artworks left.  Offer expires in five days.

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Peace Hippy Paint Hand Sign Canvas Print

by Edward Fielding

Purchase a 11.00″ x 14.00″ stretched canvas print of Edward Fielding’s Peace Hippy Paint Hand Sign for the promotional price of: $50 http://pixels.com/weeklypromotion.html?promotionid=201081

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Fiat 500 Pop Art Canvas Print

by Edward Fielding

Purchase a 36.00″ x 24.00″ stretched canvas print of Edward Fielding’s Fiat 500 Pop Art for the promotional price of: $100 http://pixels.com/weeklypromotion.html?promotionid=201080


Gunman T-shirt Canvas Print

by Edward Fielding

Purchase a 40.00″ x 50.00″ stretched canvas print of Edward Fielding’s Gunman T-shirt for the promotional price of: $200 http://pixels.com/weeklypromotion.html?promotionid=201082


What are you buying?

A museum-quality stretched canvas print (zoom in)…

… featuring the artwork of Edward Fielding

… delivered to youready-to-hangwith a 30-day money back guarantee.

All orders ship within one business day from our production facility in North Carolina.

 Stretched Canvas Prints

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.

Pixels.com is the world’s fastest growing online community for living artists.   There are currently 390,162 artists who sell prints of their artwork through our site, and each week, we offer a promotional discount on one print.   The promotional print is made available in limited quantities and for a limited time at a substantially reduced price.

The goal is to put museum-quality works of art into the hands of art collectors all over the world and, in doing so, build awareness of beautiful artwork being produced by the Pixels.com artist community.   When you purchase prints from Pixels.com, the proceeds go directly to the artist – you’re supporting a community of living artists all over the world!

 

Promotional Offer on New Lighthouse Print

New Lighthouse Print

To celebrate the release of a new lighthouse print by Edward M. Fielding, we are offering a special deal on 24.00″ x 36.00″ stretched canvas prints of Edward Fielding’s Lighthouse North Rustico Prince Edward Island for the promotional price of $145.  Only 10 of these special canvases will be available at this promotional price and the offer expires in five days.

http://pixels.com/weeklypromotion.html?promotionid=200310

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About Lighthouse North Rustico

In 1876 the current lighthouse was built as a more reliable source of light to the harbour and with is came an attached living quarters for the keepers of the house. The design was created by the Department of Marine but the actual architect is unknown. It was built by P. Carroll in the summer of 1876  for a contract price of $1700.

Today the North Rustico Harbour lighthouse stands on a focal plane of 12.5 meters and the tower boasts approximately 10 meters.The original light is in place at the top of the tower. It is one of few remaining lighthouses on Prince Edward Island that has the attached living component.  It is covered with vinyl siding but part of the windows still have the original metal. It is in good condition with remnants of the old living quarters still visible through the windows of the beacon.

There is stairwell, resembling a ladder, that takes you up to the bedrooms upstairs. There has been talk that these stairs have changes as there was once a beautiful staircase. The light still flashes today every five seconds with the eclipse every five seconds… More

About Stretched Canvas Prints

Artwork comes to life with the texture and depth of a stretched canvas print.   The 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.

More Lighthouse Prints

Edward M. Fielding has an extensive collection of lighthouse photographs and artwork from up and down the Atlantic coast including lighthouses from Atlantic Canada and New England.

See more lighthouse photographs and artwork here.  http://edward-fielding.pixels.com/art/lighthouse

Recent Sales on Fine Art America or Pixels.com

A list of the last 10 sales in May of artwork and products from Fine Art Photographer and visual artist Edward M. Fielding, sold through our fulfillment partner Fine Art America and Pixels. Click on the links below to see what was purchased or click on the images below to customize your own order. The most popular images in Fielding’s portfolio of over 4,000 photographs and images can be found here: http://pixels.com/profiles/edward-fielding.html?tab=artworkgalleries&artworkgalleryid=240882

Recent Sales On FAA and Pixels

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Fine Art America is home to 100,000+ of the world’s greatest living artists and photographers. Browse through our collection of 10,766,276 images – all of which can be purchased as framed prints, canvas prints, iphone cases, greeting cards, acrylic prints, metal prints, posters, and more. When you’re ready, we’ll deliver a museum-quality masterpiece right to your doorstep. Fine Art America is a combination of a social site for photographers and a print on demand site for connoisseurs of good art! There are millions of images from abstract painting through to photography and pricing that is similarly all over the place. Buyers can find a piece of art that they like by searching for keywords, and can then buy a simple print or greeting card, or choose various framing options from canvas wraps through to fully matted and framed pieces. A Professional Network for Visual Artists, Photographers, Art Collectors, and Gallery Owners
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