Artsy Mall is a Red Bubble store that features images of natural beauty including landscapes, wildlife, and domestic animals photographed by Fran Kiley. It is also a place where expressions of hope, peace and love for animals find a home in text and design.
THE OFFICIAL PHOTO STORE FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
Looking for the Perfect Gift for any Terrapin fan? Shop at the Maryland Photo Store to find photos sizes from 5x7 up to 24x36. Optional custom framing is available for images 12x18 and larger. Check the archives for iconic scenes of the College Park, Maryland Campus and exciting moments of your favorite sport and player. Remember, your purchase helps support Maryland programs.
Click on one of the featured galleries to explore hundreds of images from the Campus or your favorite sport. Continue through the season of your choice until you find the images you are looking for. Click on an image to see an enlarged version and then "add to cart" to see the size and price options. Select the size and quantity and "Add to Cart" and proceed to checkout to place your order. You will receive your prints within a few weeks.
CCAP serves major museums in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, small museums in the mid-Atlantic region, and private collectors. Among its better-known clients are the Smithsonian Institution, the U.S. National Park Service, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the National Library of Medicine, the University of Maryland, the Virginia Historical Society, and the International Baha'i Archives.
It has long been suspected that some of the old masters may have relied on optical devices such as the camera lucida to help with scale and proportion in their paintings, leading to more lifelike interpretations of landscapes and portraits. Tim Jenison, a Texas-based inventor and computer graphics specialist, became obsessed with one such painter: Dutch master Johannes Vermeer, who created such realistic paintings that they seemed to have more in common with photography than paint. Could Vermeer have created a system for replicating scenes in front of him using lenses and mirrors? You decide.
Green Tea & Honey is a fun and informative conversation about food, health and joyful eating. Co-hosted by a doctor and a chef who both happen to LOVE food, the show’s mission is to prove, once and for all, that food can be delicious AND medicinal.
Jennifer Brewer is an in-demand nutritionist and natural foods chef who is on a mission to change the way people look at healthy food.
Simon is an English animator who has a great interest in British wildlife, painting, the great outdoors and, of course cats. If you are a cat lover, you have to check out Simon's comical animated shorts on the antics of his cat. Click on the "Films" tab to view them.
Tim's website features a lot of good photo tips. Check it out!
Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc. conducts accelerated light exposure and dark aging tests to determine the comparative life expectancy of inkjet and other digitally printed photographs, as well as that of traditional black-and-white and color photographs. Wilhelm Imaging Research regularly posts new Print Permanence Ratings and other stability data for printers, inks, and papers
The U.S. Copyright Office's mission is: "To promote creativity by administering and sustaining an effective national copyright system."
"Loving Vincent" is the title of an award winning film directed by Dorota Kobiela & Hugh Welchman. It stands alone in cinematic history as the first film created entirely by photographing over 60,000 individual oil paintings, painstakingly produced in the style of Vincent Van Gogh. This animated feature tells a story of what might have occured during the final weeks of his life.
"This was Vincent van Gogh, then a little known artist; now the most famous artist in the world.
His tragic death has long been known, what has remained a mystery is how and why he came to be shot.
Loving Vincent tells that story".