NEW! Photos on this page can now be purchased online, click on the desired image and you will see the "BUY" button near the bottom.
Over the years we have been fortunate to visit many interesting and beautiful places and always had a camera along to capture these sights. This gallery contains what I feel are the best of those images and many of these images have been edited in a style that closely matches the feeling I experienced at these locations. Many of these are especially suited for printing on canvas as the photo takes on the look of a painting.
The photos below are available printed on either canvas or matted photographic paper at local Art & Craft shows in the North San Diego County area. We normally have on hand a selection of canvas prints in a range of sizes from 16x24 up to 20x40 and 30x40 but other sizes are available. Click the button below to view our current inventory of prints on canvas or contact us with your needs for other sizes.
NEW! Small gallery wrapped canvas prints in 10x16, 16x16, 14x14 and others. We also now have hand made custom hardwood float frames which add a great finishing touch to any canvas.
2019 ArtWalk/Show Schedule
Vista Historical Society Social, July 27, 2317 Foothill Dr., Vista
First Friday Artwalk, August 2 Artist Alley, Oceanside
Carlsbad Art in the Village (Invitational), August 11
LeucadiART Walk, Lueucadia, August 25
Visa, MasterCard , Discover, American Express accepted at shows.
Locations with Prints or Canvas on Display/Sale
Vista Civic Center Gallery, Vista, CA, 92084 (ends 8/22/2019)
Masters Gallery, 208 S Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054
Savour Bakery, 25380 Marguerite Pkwy, Mission Viejo, CA 92692
Seaside Flowers, 212 Artist Alley Ste. C, Oceanside, CA 92054
Muni Gallery, 262 E Grand Ave, Escondido, CA 92025
Photos for Canvas or Paper
Many of the images in this gallery were captured in Bayeux, France which is in the Normandy region. Bayeux was first settled by the Romans in the 1st century BC and was later destroyed by the Vikings in the late 9th century. rebuilding began in earnest in the late 10th century. Bayeux still contains buildings from the 11th century. The water in these images is the river Aure. Bayeux is 13 miles from Omaha Beach but was never occupied in WWII so the town escaped significant war damage. Bayeux is a very popular summer destination for tourist from all over the world.
We love to travel thoughout the western United States as there are so many stunning sights. This gallery is a collection of photos from those travels.