One of the benefits of photography is the ability to create beautiful art for our homes and offices, to gift and to display in art shows, for business and charity. All of those thousands upon thousands of landscape photos can quickly be turned into art on canvas, metal, photo-poster-storyboards and more. Our own Promise Gardens allow us to photograph any time, any season, any hour and use them to create beautiful “Art on Canvas” as well as a backdrop for portrait photography. As Master Gardeners and lovers of Creation and Nature’s beauty, we take full advantage of every opportunity to capture the seasons here at JayJacy Photography in our Promise Gardens. This season we create “The Art on Canvas in Infrared” and “Mixed Media” in all of its diverse designs. This image is from the “Art on Canvas” series of “Spring Blossoms at Sunrise-Sunset” in our Promise Gardens.
“The Art of Flowers”
“Spring Blossoms at Sunrise-Sunset”
These beautiful trees are abundant in flowers and aroma and fill the house and gardens with luscious blooms and fragrant aroma. I am in awe of them as they brighten my Morning Room and smile as I now have eight lilac trees from the mother trees and soon will have a grove of them in my “Perfumed Land of Lilacs.” Stunning describes them best when brought indoors to photograph and enjoy.
~ ~ ~ I, WHO fade with the lilacs And with the roses fade, Am sharing this hour with them Conferring in the shade. _W.Griffiith
I love infrared photography whether in shades of black-white or colors. One of our favorite photographers who shoots infrared is Clay Blackmore who creates amazing bridal infrared images. I love creating images of nature in infrared and then process with various techniques to create art for my “Art on Canvas Collection” for Classy Chic Home Design Studio. This is one of my latest creations for living room I designed in stunning pastels. It will be a very large canvas for the focal point for the room to draw one into the beauty of nature in spring.
“THIS peach is pink with such a pink
As suits the peach divinely;
The cunning color rarely spread
Fades to the yellow finely;
But where to spy the truest pink
Is in my Love’s soft cheek, I think.”