Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Featured Artist- STEELHORSE1

Today I feature Steelhorse1

I thought that since I feature different artist on my blog I should at least feature my husband’s shop one time. He just recently opened up a shop on etsy. His passion that he does for fun is photography. He has traveled all over the world and taken pictures of the different places he has been. I thought I would let you see a few of the ones he has in his shop.
Before we take a tour here is a picture of the man behind the photography, my husband, David.

First, let’s go over to Europe and see some of his pictures from there.
If you go to Europe it would not be right if you did not go to Paris. Of course, that means pictures of The Eiffel Tower(a black and white) and The Louvre(digitally altered)

Here is his description of The Louvre:
Each print is limited edition of 50 and is hand signed & numbered by artist. *note whether you want it signed on the back~if not noted, it will be signed on the front.
Media: Professional quality glossy photo paper (Matte finish can be requested at no additional charge)
Series: Digitally Altered Photos
Title: The Louvre 1/50
Size: 11X14 white mat, mounted on foam board, ready for framing, opening is 7 1/2 X 9 1/2
Date: 2003
Location: Paris, France
From there we move on to:

The Coast of Italy

A Morning In Spain

and then to: Life In Amsterdam
We cross over to South America and visit: San Paulo, Brazil.

On to Mexico as we love the Mexican Riveria where we went on a wonderful cruise:
The Race Is On

Mexican Sunset

And it would not be right if we did not include our own neighborhood, the good old USA.
Here are some pictures from California, Louisiana, and the state we live in Florida.
California-Reading Paper

Louisiana-The Blues Club

Florida-Lite Smoking Crab

I hope you enjoyed looked at these pictures and you take the time to have a look at shop as David is new to etsy and could use some loving!!!! Steelhorse Photography!!!

1 comment:

Block Party Press said...

Great Photos! Your husband is really talented. I really love the Italy photo. He is very lucky to have traveled to so many beautiful places!