5 New Framed Photographic Prints In Our Amazon Store

We’ve just added 5 limited edition photographic prints by Hena Tayab Fine Art Photography to our A-mazon.com store.

Elegantly Gold, Hena Tayab Photographic Fine Art Print in Limited Edition of 50, framed and matted

Elegantly Gold, Hena Tayab Photographic Fine Art Print in Limited Edition of 50, framed and matted

 

The subject of this photographic print is a gold architectural feature found at Versailles, France. Buy this signed and numbered limited edition print on A-mazon.com here.

All photographs from Hena Tayab Fine Art Photography are printed on premium quality, acid free, archival paper, for a photograph with sharp details and stunning colors that will last a lifetime.

 

Sitting Blue, Hena Tayab Photographic Fine Art Print in Limited Edition of 50, framed and matted

Sitting Blue, Hena Tayab Photographic Fine Art Print in Limited Edition of 50, framed and matted

 

Sitting Blue, Inside the Essex Steam Train has an antique feel, reminiscent of a time when these trains were the main means of transportation. Every once in a while the steam train lets out a tut. Enchanting sound seated in cool, lush, blue chairs with the sun streaming in through the windows. A perfect trip! You can get this 11 x 14 print 11×14 with 18 x 22 inch frame here.

At Work, Hena Tayab Photographic Fine Art Print in Limited Edition of 50, framed and matted

At Work, Hena Tayab Photographic Fine Art Print in Limited Edition of 50, framed and matted

 

At Work is a picture taken of Sakina’s hands as she uses two rocks to grind herbs and spices to make that nights meal. This is a method still used in homes in Pakastan where a mechanical grinder is a luxury. According to Sakina and her mother, herbs ground on a rock maintain the rich flavors that are often lost in all our machines.  Get this beautiful framed print here.

Pomegranate Flowers, Hena Tayab Photographic Fine Art Print in Limited Edition of 50, framed and matted

Pomegranate Flowers, Hena Tayab Photographic Fine Art Print in Limited Edition of 50, framed and matted

 

This type architectural balusters, outside a luxury hotel in the Bahamas, are referred to as pomegranate flowers. A lovely name for this lovely photographic print that Hena Tayab has titled Pomegranate Flowers.

 

Rings, Hena Tayab Photographic Fine Art Print in Limited Edition of 50, framed and matted

Rings, Hena Tayab Photographic Fine Art Print in Limited Edition of 50, framed and matted

Rings, a sepia tone 11 x 14 inch print with frame an 18 x 22 x 2.5 inch frame glazed with acrylic. This photograph was taken in Karachi, Pakistan of a man with a ring adorned hand hanging out the window of his car while he waits for the street light to turn green. Buy this print here.

We’re working to add 100-200 more artworks to our A-mazon.com store. If you are an artist or craftsperson creating original work, find out how to sell with us by clicking here.

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Art World Etiquette at Openings

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Many artists have eccentric behavior. Sometimes this is charming and interesting for those dealing with the artists. There are also times when such eccentricities do not serve the artist in advancing his or her art career.

Some artists behaviors are extreme, and perhaps even counterproductive. In the print book How To Sell Art, by gallerist J. Jason Horejs, the author describes encounters with artists who rail at the wealthy–their very market of art buyers!

Save the rants and manifestos for the artist cafes. When you are showing and selling your art and talking to art collectors and art professionals that’s the time to behave like a business professional.

Read this 12 point list of Guidelines for Openings, an excerpt from the book I like your work: art and etiquette, by Andrew Berardini.

“A key aspect of career advancement is getting talked about,” and you want that talk to be positive. “You do what works best to get what you want done and that’s how the game is played.”– from an article on Art World Etiquette: http://www.artbusiness.com/osoqutstar.html

Short Story, The Waiting Room– based on my travels in China

I typed my short story, The Waiting Room, from my contributors’ copy of the now defunct print magazine Clamor (with a C), that published it in 2005, along with an illustration. I submitted the story  to Yahoo!

The short story is set in a foreigners waiting room the Beijing train station. Here is the Yahoo! link:

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/8087075/the_waiting_room.html

If you like my story, share it on on Facebook, Twitter and any other social networks you use.  Bookmark it on sites like Reddit, Digg and StumbleUpon–using the buttons below.

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