This gallery shows some of my most popular realism images. In many cases, the originals are sold, but you can still enjoy a custom print of these works! There are videos to show you how to select wall prints and how to order customized merchandise at the bottom of the page.
These fine art prints are done with the highest quality materials. Each print is made on-demand to suit your choices in medium, size, and the option to frame it. Due to supply chain issues, longer manufacturing and shipping times may prevail. Please take that into consideration when ordering.
You may purchase 6 different types of fine art prints. You can also select from various kinds of merchandise with these former bestsellers motifs. The merchandise is in beta testing, so if you experience any glitches, please let us know right away. If you have any questions, please call me at (727) 942-9020 or email me at fineartfan @ hotmail.com!
If you would like to see how large a print looks in a furnished space, you may click on the "Wall Preview" tab to the right of each individual print. You can change sizes, backgrounds, and even wall colors to see how you like the print before your purchase. If you are viewing this website via a mobile phone, you may also use the "Live Preview AR" tab to the right of each image and see what the print will look like in the room you're in!
Please use the Wall Preview tool to try out the different sizes of these images in various room settings. You can even change the wall color to match the walls in your environment, so you can more easily picture what each print would look like in your home or office!
You may hover over the names of the various media to see a pop-up that explains the differences between the different kinds of papers and the stretched canvas. The FAQ section of this website should answer your questions about shipping and returns.
Once you receive a print, you may wonder why it seems darker than it looked online.
Images will always appear brighter on a computer screen or on your phone, due to back lighting. The light source is behind the image. We do our best to make the digital files that are sent to the printer as accurate to the originals as possible. The original paintings were not created on a computer, but were painted by hand. So, some variation from the original is necessary to brighten the image for reproduction. But too much brightening is not desirable either.
In addition, to view correct colors on a computer screen requires calibration for color. If you are viewing images on a computer screen that is not calibrated for color or that is calibrated for a different color profile than the one we are using, then the colors of your print may not be the same as what you are seeing online.