A huge shoutout of appreciation to all that explored our online shops on 4/5/2021 and purchased these items. Your support of the arts and small businesses is deeply appreciated, thank you!
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***Please note this in not the work of PI Photography and Fine Art but the work of another artist that we follow on Facebook. Please also note that this photograph is not sold through our gallery. If you would like more information about the artwork featured here in this post, please follow the artists links above.
I’m really trying to get back into the swing of making regular posts and interacting on social media more. These past few years has been extremely hard for my family and I. And well honestly, I lost hope in myself for a while and kinda shutdown so to speak. Those that have followed my blog have probably seen some of the loss we’ve had and 2020 wasn’t any better but I’ll dive deeper into that later.
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Anyway, one of the things that I have been working on this past week is showing more gratitude. I am truly thankful for everyone that has followed my blog or social pages, visited my shops on different POD platforms and my own website during the past few years. So, I am trying to post daily about it. So now it’s time to add another piece back into my routine.
Facebook recently did some changes on some of the business pages making it so they have their own “News Feed”; which for the past few days has been full of amazing photographs from artists from around the world; and I’m feeling inspired again because of it. So today, I’d like to start “giving” again to other artists with featuring a piece of art or photograph each day of the work that I find most compelling.
I hope you like my pick of the day. If you have a second, check out Jabi Sanz Photography on Facebook his work is stunning!
***Please note this in not the work of PI Photography and Fine Art but the work of another artist. It is not sold through our gallery. If you would like more information about the artwork featured here in this post please follow the artists links above.
About This Coastal Landscape Scene: Wanderlust Aged and Colorized is a minimal abstract coastal landscape photograph of a bare weathered tree at low tide against the beautiful turquoise water of the ocean in the Florida Keys and a thick heavy rain cloud. This photograph was altered in post-production and a color effect was added for a more dramatic appeal. This photograph was created at a little pull off on Route 1 (Oceanview Hwy) near the Old Bahia Honda Railroad Bridge, on the West Summerland Key (Part of the Big Pine Key), Key West Florida.
Title: Wanderlust Aged and Colorized Landscape Photographer: Melissa Fague Genre: Landscape Photography Item ID#: LAND-0186 Main Colors of this Photograph: Blue, White, and Brown
About This Coastal Landscape Scene: “Summer Sunset Spectators is a coastal landscape photograph of several spectators sitting on a relaxing tropical beach watching a magnificently bold sunset over the Gulf of Mexico. This photograph was created on Manatee Beach, in Anna Maria Island Florida.
Title: Summer Spectators Coastal Sunset Landscape Photographer: Melissa Fague Genre: Landscape Photography Item ID#: LAND-0185 Main colors of this photograph: Yellow, Orange, Brown and Gray