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The Little Dog that became a STAR

April 25th, 2021

The Little Dog that became a STAR

In Dr. Suess’s book, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, there is a pivotal scene where The Grinch, dressed up like Santa Claus with a sleigh full of empty sacks ready to be filled by looting Whoville, wonders about who will pull his sleigh.

Then he spies the little dog and hatches a plan to make the little play the part of a reindeer.

My Westie is like that Kid went off to school. Wife went off to work. I didn’t have any models left in the house, so Tiki the Westie had to fit in.

Retro Polka Dot Wonderful

April 1st, 2021

Retro Polka Dot Wonderful

The retro vintage pop art collection features icons from the past presented in bold new ways. Perfect for game rooms, gamer's caves and kid's rooms. Exciting graphics, retro feel. https://edward-fielding.pixels.com/art/polka

Hot Wieners in Providence Rhode Island

March 31st, 2021

Hot Wieners in Providence Rhode Island

Hot wieners are firmly planted in Rhode Island’s culinary psyche. They’re to the Ocean State what cheesesteak is to Philly, what barbecue is to Kansas City and what street tacos are to Los Angeles. Everyone has the wienie joint (their words, not ours) they grew up with, their gold standard against which all others are judged. There’s The Original New York System on Smith Street in Providence, Olneyville NY System, Sparky’s Coney Island System in East Providence (now closed), Wein-O-Rama in Cranston, Rod’s Grille in Warren, New York Lunch in Woonsocket, Sam’s New York System in North Providence, Snoopy’s Diner in North Kingstown and plenty more scattered throughout.

http://edward-fielding.pixels.com/featured/new-york-system-hot-weiners-neon-edward-fielding.html

Another quality printing and framing job via Fine Art America

March 17th, 2021

Another quality printing and framing job via Fine Art America

Fine Art America and Pixels use a print and frame shop in North Carolina that has been serving the artist community for over 50 years and ever time I place an order for my work for a show or home display, the results are outstanding.

The museum-quality frame and matted pieces are well packaged. It actually takes a lot of effort to open the boxes! They even include hanging wire and hardware for mounting on the wall.

This piece, Daddy Pops Tumble Inn Diner Watercolor will be available for purchase here as well as the local AVA Gallery in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

During the pandemic I decided to restore a 50 year old pinball machine

March 4th, 2021

During the pandemic I decided to restore a 50 year old pinball machine

When the pandemic hit and canceled a trip to Switzerland, fine art photographer Edward Fielding decided to stay close to home in Grantham, NH and tackle a project – restoring a 1970s era electromechanical pinball machine.

He started by moving out the cars and converting his garage into a suitable work area and then located a suitable vintage pinball machine to restore.

Previously Fielding had brought a 1976 Bally Hang Glider pinball machine back from the dead. That machine was found stored under a barn in the Keene area.

Following a lead to the Ossipee, NH area, his new find had more potential to be restored into a showpiece. A 1972 Gottlieb World Series pinball machine that was mostly working but filthy, had mismatched rubbers, weak flippers, dead pop bumpers and burnt out bulbs...

Mix me a Mojito

March 2nd, 2021

Mix me a Mojito

Mojito
(At a crowded table. Mojitos.
Indoor springs of electric lights.)
I think if how people are
like mountain pools.
Illuminated is the not-so-pure
ascorbic silt of our years,
the mint, a weed that, turning,
uncovers our secrets
at midday lunch.
(Talk)... All babble
lapping against bare, grinning rock.
(More rum) White water churning
above spiralling currents.
"So, how did you two meet?"
(a too-knowing smile).
I feel a trickle right between the eyes.
"At work."
Okay, so I fell in love with his lips.
Even before he kissed me.
Perfectly.
We're having a fling.
How about you?

(Watermelon martini and laughter)





By Marissa A Scott

Landscapes vs. Places

February 19th, 2021

Landscapes vs. Places

Landscapes appeal to the masses. Places make a personal connection to the art buyer by invoking past memories. Landscapes can appeal to anyone in a general sense of appreciation for nature’s marvels. Places hold a deeper connection for those who have experienced them up close and personal.

One can travel the world in search of the most stunning landscapes yet find that the bestselling photograph might be in their own neighborhood.

Affordable Fine Art for Your Home

February 17th, 2021

Affordable Fine Art for Your Home

Pssst. I'll let you in on a little secret. You know what the difference is between a million-dollar fine art print and a print on demand fine art print from the portfolio of Edward Fielding (https://edward-fielding.pixels.com/)?

The signature.

Fine art photographs and artwork custom printed here use the same printers with 40 years of experience who print editions for top galleries in New York City's art districts. The same exact printers, the same attention to detail and the same museum quality framing. All at affordable prices.

Decorating the Game Room

February 10th, 2021

Decorating the Game Room

Finding appropriate artwork for the game room can be challenging. Images billiards, pool, ping-pong, pinball, cards, and games. Fine art photography of vintage pinball machines by fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding are available for purchase as canvas prints, metal, wood, acrylic prints and more. www.edwardfielding.com

Gold Rush in Montana

February 4th, 2021

Gold Rush in Montana

Before the untamed American West became civilized it has to go through periods of unrest, toil, boom and bust. Much of this was driven by the lust for gold, silver and other precious metals.

Bannack, Montana, now a ghost town in Beaverhead County, Montana, United States, located on Grasshopper Creek, approximately 11 miles (18 km) upstream from where Grasshopper Creek joins with the Beaverhead River south of Dillon. Founded in 1862, the town contemporarily operates as a National Historic Landmark and is managed by the state of Montana as Bannack State Park.

 

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