I was looking for a software program online where I could display my artwork in digital rooms. I've seen this done on eBay and Etsy before, and was determined to figure out how these artists did it. I came across a forum where someone had a great idea- just find images of interior designer rooms and superimpose your artwork on the walls! I love it! So with simple Photoshop techniques, I set about dreaming in cyberworld, and hung my artwork in these beautiful rooms... Now so I don't get into too much trouble, I'm going to work on finding the sources of these images and credit them (something you're supposed to do BEFORE you borrow)... But I was so excited at the result, I just had to share!
|A Hampton's Beach cottage featuring Autumn Dawn, available here.|
|A fresh living room featuring Beach Party, available here.|
|Waking up to a dream... featuring Curling Wave series #2, available here.|
|Decorating with whites, and brightening up with Beach Spray and Daybreak, both available through my Etsy Shop.|
|Turquoise and Kelly green bring spring indoors, featuring Emerald Mist, available here.|
|Encaustic (beeswax) artwork's water-repelling properties are perfect for bathrooms and kitchens.|
|Shown here is a set of 4- 8"x8" encaustic (beeswax) collages, made to order just for you here.|
|My favourite painting, L'Town, was featured in WSSM (Women's Surf Style Magazine) in 2011! Available here.|
|Lazy Days are meant to be spent in bed, or on the beach with a great book. Available here.|
|A captivating (and transformative) piece for any ocean-loving bachelor pad! |
Please email me directly if interested in Midnight Narrows.
|Setting Amethysts is one of those timeless, warm pieces that would look great in a traditional, rustic, or contemporary home. Available here.|
|A little splash of Sunkissed, available here.|
On another note, this is the last week for FREE shipping in my Etsy Shop! I've got more news to come this week- info on my Spring show line-up, some new encaustic pieces, and more...