Maneuvering Your Way Around Fine Art America
Here are a few tips in ordering art on Fine Art America. Some of the art looks great as bags, coffee mugs, phone cases, and other items and some doesn’t. Most of the art posted turns out beautiful in a print and framed as “Tones Between” and “Our Turn.”
If you are determined to have a phone case, be sure to choose your exact cellphone model in the order process. When you have picked the art piece you would like to have on your case, there is a sliding scale to fit the photo onto your case. For “Reverence”, which looks great, I had to slide the scale to the left until I could see the entire art piece. There will be a border on the sides of the case and you can pick a color.
“Making Stars” and “Sacred Womanhood” look extraordinary on Tote Bags and if you are planning to order them, be mindful of moving the Scale until you can fit the whole photo onto the bag and choose a color of your liking to outline the artwork.
Have fun shopping: http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/tu-bears
Wonderment of Collective Collaborations
There is something to be said for the collective groups of people, gathering for what they believe in, for what they love, and just because they enjoy getting together. As time has drifted by, the past seems so far away, getting out and about takes a little bit more effort, my mind appears to ramble through, over, and around the world via a multitude of websites. Gathering in groups via Zoom conferencing, Facebook groups, and commenting on YouTube videos is a little different than sitting around a fire on a camp out. And for whatever the reason, collective Facebook groups can be intellectually satisfying. I do still say, I prefer a real physical hug over the hundred of smacking kisses via Google Hangout.
My friend, Rick, owner of Orenda Gallery told me about Fine Art America a couple of years ago and as you can see, I drug my feet getting into it. Rick had a great piece of his own art on his iphone cover, that blew my mind. Finally, I journeyed into the depths of dragging and dropping and listing art on the webpage. Honestly, the time it takes to do things on any website is more than I would really like, I did it anyway. What a kick it is to see my Women of All Possibilities on a shower curtain, I mean, “seriously.”
If you are curious or interested to witness the progress of Art by Tu Bears, there are a few originals in Rick and AJ’s Orenda Gallery and now you can get a print, coffee mugs, phone cases, tote bags, or almost anything you could think of on Fine Art America’s website. Keep an open mind and have fun.