Who Goes There metal print by Lois Bryan. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.
A portrait of a magnificent wild jaguar, taken in the golden light of late afternoon. She seems to hear something rustling in the brush, and her... more
A portrait of a magnificent wild jaguar, taken in the golden light of late afternoon. She seems to hear something rustling in the brush, and her attention swings to the side ... muscles tense ... she's almost ready to spring.The FINE ART AMERICA logo / watermark will not appear on any purchased products.
Honored to announce that "Who Goes There" has won First Place in the Fine Art America ABC Group "F Is For Felines" contest today, December 20, 2015!!! Most sincere thanks to group administrator Luther Fine Art for all her hard work. Also, sincere congratulations to the second place winners Jurgen Lorenzen and G Berry and to the third place winners Iryna Burkova, Lori Deiter and G Berry. All outstanding works of art!!!
This glorious creature's image was taken at the Catoctin Nature Preserve and Zoo in Thurmont, Maryland on April 27, 2012.
Fine art purchases of this image will not include a watermark, and if I may make a recommendation ... this image will l...
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 where there's always something new to discover and learn. 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.
I do not use Artificial Intelligence programs in my work. It's all...