Art needs to sit proudly on your wall, and when can’t bash huge nails in you need to consider the mounted print. Super tough, super light, incredibly professional.
Art comes in many shapes and sizes, and our mounted prints are built to fit each of them. The final dimensions will depend on the image you choose, but to give you an idea here are the most common photographic sizes:
Created with Apophysis 2.09 and Photoshop CS4Lake and Desert stock from the Stock.XCHNG
water, earth, kreesor, keith reesor, wheel, elementals, alchemy
Keith is a self taught digital artist. He uses various programs along with Photoshop CS4 to create his art. He loves to listen to all kinds of music while he creates. He also enjoys reading and playing video games.
Keith’s Works May Not Be Reproduced, Copied, Edited, Published, Transmitted Or Uploaded In Any Way Without His Permission. His Images Do Not Belong To The Public Domain. © Keith Reesor (kreesor)
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Awesome! A contemporary medicine wheel of sorts. Superb digital work as always!
Thank you very much Debi!! Happy you like it!! :)
– Keith Reesor
very cool Keith!
Thank you so much Daisy!! Always appreciated!! :)
Thank you Antanas!! :)
Thank you so much my friend!! Glad you enjoy it!! :)
Brilliant work Keith!! I love that its not centered!!
Thank you so much Linda!! Pictures are most interesting when based on the Rule of Thirds or the Fibonacci Sequence/Golden Mean!! :)
Thank you so much Sylvia!! :)
Keith-This takes me away! Brilliant works. You say you are self-taught, How long have you been teaching yourself? Your detail,color,designs, can’t say enough about your brilliance
Thank you so much Kathi!! That means a lot to me!! I’ve been on RedBuuble just over 3 years (January 2008). I took art classes in High School (Class of ‘81)! I’ve been working with Photoshop for around 6 years now, reading books, Photoshop Creative Magazine, and constantly experimenting!! Bryce, Daz, Vue6, Groboto, Apophysis, all under 3 1/2 years, reading tutorials and experimenting!! :)
Nice work Keith . . .
Thank you so much Hugh!!Been missing your Comments!! :)
Extraordinary work Keith- love the use of stock here too!!!
Thank you so much Rosie!! This piece sort of “fell together” in about 2 1/2 hours!! :)
In bliss I breathe in your beauty friend! This is totally amazing! Bravo, bravo!!!…)o(
Thank you very kindly Malcolm!! So glad you enjoy it!! :)