This website makes my photographs available for purchase on print-on-demand products. Orders are fulfilled by the company Fine Arts America. Pixels.com functions as a sister website to my artist profile on Fine Art America. Pixels focuses more on the home decor and apparel products while FAA is more focused on wall art.
Fine Art America
This links to my artist profile on Fine Art America where my photographs are available for purchase on print-on-demand products. Orders are fulfilled by the company Fine Arts America. FAA offers many art print options from framed prints, to canvas prints along with many other products.
Art & Faith, My Reflections
This links to my own blog.
Facebook Business Page
My business page offers an interactive online experience. Become a "fan" of the page by clicking "LIKE" at the top when landing on the page. Receive notices of new additions to my website, early bird glimpses of what I am working on, and easily share my website with others through your Facebook news feed.
I may tweet about my own art, other artists, nature, and my church.
I mainly post my nature photographs here with a focus on butterflies and birds.
Follow me on Pinterest. I welcome pins from my website as long as you are linking the pin directly to my own web pages. I encourage you to also include my name in the pin description. My own pins these days are typically recipes.
Other Peoples Pixels
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Community of Hope International
The jewelry I design for this organization can be found in the SPECIAL PROJECTS section. The mission of The Community of Hope is to create and sustain Christian communities of volunteer lay pastoral caregivers, united in prayer, shaped by Benedictine spirituality and equipped for and serving in pastoral care ministries. It began as a ministry of the Diocese of Texas, founded in 1994 at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Houston and has grown into an ecumenical international organization.