“In situ” photographs, which I posted about a few days ago, help to show how my art prints might look in an interior setting. The artworks you see here are all shown in virtual settings — the result of my having purchased photos through Shutterstock and using Photoshop to layer them into the scenes.
I’ve started pouring through interior stock photos at Shutterstock again, and purchasing some as virtual settings to show my art in. “In Situ” images, which these are known as, are a marketing tool that helps art buyers in visualizing how artworks might look in an interior setting.
At one time I wouldn’t have thought I could listen to podcasts while making art. Music, sure. Or silence, that’s also good. But people talking? How utterly distracting and antithetical to getting in the zone! Somewhere along the line, I had a change of heart about that.
Whew! I can’t begin to tell you how happy I am that my online print store is finally up and running.
It’s been a long time coming. Working with HTML and indecipherable instructions — not my favorite task!
When I moved into my studio a year and a half ago, I didn’t even having mailing tubes. Who knew people would be walking in wanting to plunk down a credit card and go home with a print? Believe it or not, it didn’t occur to me.