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Photographer Captures The Colors Of Autumn In New England

October 15th, 2018

Photographer Captures The Colors Of Autumn In New England

Grantham, NH - Fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding (www.edwardfielding.com) has been capturing the colors of classic New England landscapes during fall foliage season for over a decade.

Fielding's travels throughout Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island with his camera have recorded stunning images of natural landscapes, old barns, vintage tractors in a field of gold, beautiful old farm houses surrounded by red sugar maples, old farm trucks ablaze with the warm glow of an Autumn afternoon and more.

Each fine art photograph from the Autumn in New England collection is available as museum quality prints, canvas, metal, wood, acrylic, paper and framed and mounted artwork from Fine Art America.

Also available are gift items such as coffee mugs, throw pillows and tote bags featuring spectacular fall scenery.

Fielding Photograph On The Cover Of New Novel

October 2nd, 2018

Fielding Photograph On The Cover Of New Novel

Grantham, NH - The new novel by author Zoe Miller called "The Visitor" features the work of fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding.

Is he who he says he is?

Izzie Mallon is looking forward to celebrating Christmas on a relaxing yoga retreat. At least, that is what she's telling her mother and colleagues. In reality, she will be shutting herself away from the festive season, and the snowstorm that has brought the city to a standstill, in her apartment on Henrietta Square -- the beautiful home she shared with her beloved husband Sam until his tragic death a few months ago -- with only her grief for company.

Then, there's a knock at the door -- a stranger, stranded by the bad weather.

He tells Izzie that he's Eli Sanders, her husband's long-time friend. Izzie has never met him in person, but feels she owes it to Sam to welcome Eli into her home. Even though her instincts say that she should do otherwise...

As Izzie tries to reminisce with...

The Way I See It

October 1st, 2018

The Way I See It

Grantham, NH - "The Way I See It" is a series of YouTube videos looking at various subjects explored by fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding. The medium of photography expresses a unique view point of the artist behind the camera. In this series of short videos one can see what Fielding sees as he explores the landscapes of Vermont, Utah, New Hamphire, Hawaii, Iceland, New York City and more.

Photographing A Hundred Year Old Barn In Vermont

September 17th, 2018

Photographing A Hundred Year Old Barn In Vermont

Ely, Vermont - Fine art photographer photographs an old wooden barn in Vermont. Imagine the day in 1899 when the builder of this beautiful old barn hammered in the last peg on the timber frame.

According to the great, great grandson Brian A. George "this barn was built by my great great grandfather but was mostly utilized by my great grandfather Gordon George who ran the farm until he died in 2007"

And there it still stands. Certainly not in mint condition but still standing after all these years. They overbuilt this old barns. Rather than using computers and engineering studies, they simply used really, really thick lumber just to make sure it could take the weight of livestock, hay and later iron farm equipment and tractors.

This fine art photograph of the old George Family Farm Barn from 1899 can be purchased as prints, canvas prints, framed and matted artwork and...

Fine Art Photographer Edward M. Fielding Releases New Vermont Print

September 11th, 2018

Fine Art Photographer Edward M. Fielding Releases New Vermont Print

Stowe, Vermont - Fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding has just released a new black and white fine art photograph of a beautiful dairy cow in the rain taken in rural Stowe, Vermont. The fine are print is available in a variety of sizes and framing options including a modern farmhouse rustic gray barnwood frame. More information is available from this blog post about the photograph and framing options - http://www.dogfordstudios.com/cow/

10 Vintage Tractors To Know And Love

September 5th, 2018

10 Vintage Tractors To Know And Love

Best selling fine art photographs of vintage tractors
Why do farmers hang on to old, vintage, antique tractors and still use them on the farm? Because they last and they are easy to maintain.

The true beauty and lasting appeal of old tractors. They are incredibly simple, purely functional. They are easy to work on. You can reach just about any part with an ordinary socket wrench or screwdriver.

They might not have cup holders but they might come with their own toolbox for quick fixes in the field. No fussy computer to go out of date. No fancy fuel injectors to foul. Everything is made of solid thick steel or iron and they were built to last.

Here are ten of the best selling old tractor photographs and artwork from the Vintage Tractor Collection – https://edward-fielding.pixels.com/collections/vintage+tractors

A Little Courtesy Goes A Long Way

August 10th, 2018

A Little Courtesy Goes A Long Way

Take only photographs, leave only footprints. If all photographers (hikers, fishermen, tourist etc) would only think of those who come after them, the world would be less hostile to visitors from away.

I recently spent $10 an hour photographing an old mining town in the Nevada desert and I was happy to pay for the privilege to photograph this well maintained private collection of cool old stuff.

Not only did the fee help keep this great place running for future photographers to visit but it gave the owners a chance to explain the rules as well as the dangers such as rattlesnakes and cactus. It also keep the crowds away for a pleasant time on the property.

Read more at: http://www.dogfordstudios.com/a-little-courtesy-goes-a-long-way/

Interview With Fine Art Photographer Edward M. Fielding

May 16th, 2018

Interview With Fine Art Photographer Edward M. Fielding

A new interview with fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding is now available on "Our Arts Magazine". Excerpt:

Who are your biggest influences?

I used to pour over photography monographs at the college library when I went to Boston University, so I have a lot of influences and inspirations – Diane Arbus, Mark Klett, Edward Ruscha, William Wegman, Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Irving Penn, Jan Groover, the Bernd and Hilla Becher

– I kind of parted ways with contemporary fine art photographers when the work started being more about composites than straight on photography.

More at: http://ourartsmagazine.com/interviews/getting-to-know-photographer-edward-fielding/2018

Barbara Delinsky Novel Features The Work Of Photographer Edward M. Fielding

April 27th, 2018

Barbara Delinsky Novel Features The Work Of Photographer Edward M. Fielding

The novel “Within Reach” by Barbara Delinsky features the work of photographer Edward M. Fielding

Fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding’s photograph of a beach on Cape Cod has been licensed for use on Barbara Delinsky’s novel “Within Reach”.

The original photograph is available for purchase as prints, canvas, metal, acrylic, wood and more.

New POD Book Version Of The Flower Cottages Now On Amazon

April 24th, 2018

New POD Book Version Of The Flower Cottages Now On Amazon

Now available on Amazon, "The Flower Cottages" by Edward M. Fielding for only $4.95. This small art book documents the iconic Days' Cottages of Provincetown, a row of historic 1930s weekly summer rental cottages that have become an iconic symbol of summers on Cape Cod. Each of the 23 cottages (22 along the beach and one across the road) are presented as a straight on portrait. This small book is intended as a catalog of the gallery show. The cottages seem at first to be identical but as one studies each portrait you can start spotting subtle differences. Contact the artist to host "The Flower Cottages" as a photography exhibit.

 

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