|Virginia -Work's All Done
The holidays are upon us. Hopefully everyone has a reason to celebrate. I have added several prints to all of the galleries in my on-line store. I have also added a new gallery called "Aged Prints" which contains some artificially aged images. Click on the "Buy Prints" link at the top of the page to get to the on-line store. I hope you enjoy my work.
I have another exhibition in Lynchburg at Magnolia Foods. My work will be up stating December 3, 2012 until the new year. The idea for the work on display is from the Civil War Sesquicentennial. Not all of the works are directly related to the Civil War, but they all relate to that time period. If you are in Lybchburg be sure to drop by Magnolia Foods.
If you have not checked it out some of my fine art prints are still available in Charlottesville, Virginia exclusively at C&A Camp located at 310 Second Street. Carlin Camp owns and operates the store and it is filled with all of her favorite things. She calls it a cultural explosion. Give C&A Camp a call at 434-973-5555. A brief review of the store can be found at Scout-Charlottesville.
||Winter Sales Event - 15% Off All Fine Art Prints
During the winter months all on-line fine art print sales are eligible for a 15% discount. All you have to do is add the discount code when you place your order. The discount code for this sale is EXJEEC. Prints can be purchased with or without framing and can be ordered as stretched canvas prints as well. While greeting cards are not on sale most of my prints are also available as a 5x7 greeting card.
Click Here For Pete's On-line Store where you will find many more fine art photography prints and greeting cards for sale.
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