A Celebration of Goodbye acrylic print by Lois Bryan. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.
A vintage take on one of everyone's favorite spring flowers in our area, the Grape Hyacinth ... also called Muscari. We have a couple of plots of... more
A vintage take on one of everyone's favorite spring flowers in our area, the Grape Hyacinth ... also called Muscari. We have a couple of plots of the things around our front walk that pop up faithfully, year after year. They're always a delight with their pretty bell-shapes and blue tones ... echoing the welcome blues of the April skies themselves.
I have a boatload of images of the things, but as I get ready to upload one each year, I find I'm never quite satisfied with something. Either the composition or the light ... something. So this year, I set to work to mess around in Photoshop (my favorite place to play) for a while and see what I could come up with.
As I worked, the image became more and more a reflection of something that I can't get back. Due to circumstances beyond our control (exploding hot water heaters in the basement ... sigh ... the trials and tribulations of hard water), we've had to say goodbye to a lovely box of old children's books. Some of t...
About Lois Bryan
Welcome! I"m a photographer and digital artist living in the Mid-Atlantic area of the US.
Drawing and creating my own little sketchy worlds are some of my earliest memories. Life did what it does and the art fell away, but I reconnected when digital photography was introduced. I enjoy adding to my love of photography by tinkering with computer art programs including Photoshop, Corel Painter, Rebelle and others , though I do not use Ai / Artificial Intelligence. I also love working completely freehand with no photo reference involved. All of which is allowing me to circle back to a semblance of my days of sketching and painting traditionally.
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