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A shot from 2010

A shot from the 2010 Gallery exhibit.

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Tomorrow in the Crossroads district

Tomorrow night, Dec. 3rd, 2010 Gallery is hosting a photography show. All of my framed work that I currently have in inventory will be available at this show. Please drop by if you can!


092910




092910

Originally uploaded by Jon Freeman Art

One of the latest pieces in my digital abstract work. I call them digital because I haven’t hand painted them like my other abstract work. However, in most cases my digital abstract work is actually multi-layered textures and photos I have created and then altered in Photoshop. I hope to show some of these along side my paintings in the future.


Approaching 2000 views!!!




Sauer Castle 03.22.08

Originally uploaded by Jon Freeman Art

This sepia shot of the legendary Sauer Castle located right here in Argentine, KS, is quickly approaching 2000 views on my Flickr page. Many of you know that there is an immense amount of folklore that surrounds this fantastic mansion, built in the late 19th Century. An 11×14″ print of this image will be available at my next photo show at the Main Library in Kansas City, KS. This print has been printed on professional Kodak paper, professionally dry mounted and framed in a black, wooden frame. Ready to hang. $100. This print is #001 so be the first to own this print from my collection!


New video of the Halcyon Trading Co. exhibit


harp players




harp players

Originally uploaded by Jon Freeman Art

New prints have been added to the Art Gallery. Some are just $25 and just need a frame to complete the piece. Please check out the added stock. Thanks for dropping in!


moonshine




moonshine

Originally uploaded by Jon Freeman Art

Haven’t blogged about a photo in a while. This shot was originally a daytime shot of the Kansas river. It lacked something….so I added a nice full moon from another shot, a fantastic texture from a flickr contact, and created a mystical moonscape. I have printed an 11×14″ of this shot and am not sure where I’ve placed it right now. I need to find if for the next gallery show.