Fine Art America has changed it's domain name to Pixels.com. This, they hope will dispel any doubts about it just being about America and is in fact a worldwide organisation. They have not however changed the watermark on the images, so it does still say Fine Art America on them. This will of course not appear on any of the products you purchase.
You will find my collection of images from Essex on Fine Art America along with all my latest aircraft and automotive pictures as well. They are available in a variety of formats to wear or hang on your wall, even have a shower with.
I have just joined Fine Art America. The site offers a comprehensive selection of products and allows you to choose how you would like each image to be printed on them. I am also able to sell my images through this website which makes choosing and buying my work a lot easier. If you see an image on my site that is not on FAA, please get in touch and I will make it available. I am still in the process of loading a comprehensive portfolio of my work as well as creating and loading new work. To purchase my images just click on the Fine Art America tab.
The Square, Harlow's premier music venue is to close. It has helped to launch the careers of such artists as Coldplay, Supergrass and George Ezra.
SquareOne however are exploring the possibilities of acquiring a new site which will revamp and reinvigorate Harlow's favourite music hot spot. The present site which includes the YWCA building will be developed into new houses.
I have had a spring clean and removed a lot of images from the site. With new equipment and software I am ready for a new look.
My work on the site can be bought from Redbubble and Photo4Me in various formats including clothing, phone covers, laptop skins, bags and even quilts as well as the usual prints and canvasses. To view my work just click on the links below. If there is anything you can't find or is not in a format you want, please get in touch.
I am on facebook and twitter via the links here, as well as the new social media site tsu. If you wish to join tsu your invite is http://www.tsu.co/NigdawPhotography.
I will update the site throughout this year regularly, if there are any queries about my work please visit my contact page.
Having just joined the new social media site tsu, I am enjoying a new experience in sharing and making friends while being paid. If you would like to join me in this experience just use my name below as your personal invite.
I have now joined facebook and am enjoying the site very much. To see up to date information on my work and links to new images why not drop in and see me there.
I have put together images of Dungeness taken over the last couple of years and added a little history to this fine art photographic book now available on Amazon in the US. To view details of the book and to purchase a copy, visit the page on this site headed Dungeness Book.
This amazing bridge was designed and created by Alan Freeman who is a blacksmith at Parndon Mill, Harlow, Essex, UK. He is a craftsman working with mild steel, stainless steel, wrought iron and brass. His work includes the design, fabrication and installation of architectural metal work such as staircases, balustrades, railings & balconies, and also the heritage restoration of windows, gates and ironmongery.
He also welcomes special commissions from artists and designers and enjoys working on decorative & sculptural projects.
This image was bought by a friend of Alan's for his birthday as a canvas and I am honoured to say it now hangs in his front room.
Telephone 01279 419410
You can now find some of my images taken around Mersea Island on the Secret Mersea Island facebook page along with many more pictures and history from this unique place on the Essex coast. The page is run by Paula Shaw and is updated regularly.