May 29, 2015

Downtown Portland Oregon up close

It was the morning of a nice 80+ degree day in Portland and I had a few extra hours to spend there, so I took a few pictures of the joyous occasion.

SW 4th Ave from Pioneer Place Mall Skyway
some of many examples of early 20th century architecture
The top of KOIN Center tower has a vintage 19th century riverfront warehouse theme
Hawthorne Bridge
Portland Aerial Tram crossing I-5
Here comes the train
World Trade Center
Portland Waterfront along Willamette River

Geo Metro hot rod

Sun burning through the early morning fog

Palm trees at Tom McCall Waterfront Park

Coming into Portland on I-5 just before morning rush hour
Pioneer Place Mall 4th floor

Everyone has their coffee and pressed business uniforms and is in a really good mood... now it's time to start work :)
bike police
Elk Fountain, presented to city in 1900

World Trade Center

SW Portland suburb Tigard
VW Squareback in Mcminnville, 35 miles southwest of Portland

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May 3, 2015

High Quality Prints of Vibrant Cityscapes and Dreamscapes Now Available on Stacy Young Art site

Now all artwork is available as an unframed high quality print and owning them is now as easy as clicking the Add to Cart button under the photo.

Art Prints are Printed on Epson Somerset Velvet Fine Art Paper, which is a high-performance, velvet surface, fine art paper for professional use. This is a 100% cotton rag, mould made paper, that is also acid-free and lignin-free.

Your order will be shipped directly to your home or business and although shipping times may vary, in most cases, you can usually expect to receive your new art within 1 to 2 weeks of your order placement.

Square Format
10"x10" .....$30
15"x15" .....$50
20"x20" .....$90
24"x24" .....$140

Rectangle Format
12”x18" .....$50
24"x36" .....$180

Add $20 for signed print and Certificate of Authenticity.

$6 flat rate shipping for each order, any amount of prints.

~More details about the paper we use for art prints.

Somerset® has always been one of the first paper choices among serious artists and printmakers, with it's velvet surface for rich details and vibrant color. Ever since the 1700's and the days of handmade paper, Somerset has enjoyed a reputation for quality that has continued to grow through the years.