One Way to Have a Great Weekend – My Way!

It’s been a busy weekend of editing photographs and creating new graphics. All whilst doing some gardening, so nothing happened as fast it could have done. Yet this is not what I had planned for the weekend …

I did have plans to build an eBay store. I saw last week (via someone on Facebook) that we can now build a “my ebay“. This is a great idea! I really should get this done. I have a tonne of stuff I want to sell, including camera bags and lenses. Over the next few nights, hopefully.

As usual, I got distracted by other ideas…

New Shirts

I always have ideas, many of them in progress as we speak! Here are four shirts I finally finished creating. Tell me if you like them … by buying them!

This is Not the Shirt you are Looking for You've Mistaken me for Someone who Gives a

Ignore Previous Shirt Bear Gone Crazy

New Photographs

I’m always editing photographs. Thankfully it’s the number-one hobby of mine, plus I make a few extra dollars for my efforts. I currently have three months of photography shot at local attractions that are in various stages of editing. Now that I have a ‘Fine Art America’ account, I’ll be uploading much more photo artwork!

As I am still a Redbubble Addict, I uploaded a few new photographs…

Rusted Wreck II, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble Race Upstream, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble Rusted Wreck, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble

Pedalled, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble Dance of the Dead Fish, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble Jingle Bells, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble

More Graphics

The last thing I did for the weekend was create half-a-dozen graphics. These are for further promoting my redbubble gallery. Now that Redbubble have introduced the new ‘collections’ for categorising our artwork, I felt it was time to also show the world the varying mediums that my photography can be purchased upon. Here goes…

Greeting Cards and Post Cards Framed Photographs
Laminated Photographs Photographs on Posters
Canvas Photography Mounted Photography

Plus the digging in the garden, it has a been a fun weekend. What did you get up to?


Photographs of Australian Pelicans

I’ve just discovered that I have a LOT of photographs of Pelicans within my Redbubble photo gallery! Check ’em out on various Redbubble products:

These first two are displayed as laminated photographs, which range in price between $30 (~ 203mm x 305mm) and $90 (~ 407mm x 610mm)

Punk Pelican, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble What a Beak, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble

These next four are cards. These redbubble products start at $4 each, but decrease by 20% when you buy four or more! Great bargain

Portrait of a Pelican, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble Pelican Sleep Anywhere, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble

Eyes Front, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble Hair Brained Pelican, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble

These next few shots are displayed upon canvas. They range between $115 (~ 305mm x 203mm) and $260 (~ 762mm x 508mm).

Blowin in the Wind, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble Making New Friends, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble

Just a few more pelican shots to display, so let me show you what they look like framed. These come in 3 sizes, ranging in price from $150 (~ 305mm x 203mm) to $260 (~ 407mm x 610mm). Redbubble have 5 different coloured frames, boxed and flat:

, by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble , by Stephen Mitchell, on Redbubble

There ends my current display of pelicans available in any one of the above options, as are the other 500 (approximately!) photographs within my gallery.

That was fun to show you. I bet you have fun perusing through my entire gallery!

Updates to my Upcoming Exhibition

In case you hadn’t heard, read, been told or haven’t accepted the invitation yet, I one of 3,300 people exhibiting photographic artwork during the SALA 2010 festival.

If you are in Adelaide between 30th July and 14th August, come, see, peruse, and maybe purchase my twenty framed photographs of waterscapes around Kangaroo Island.

I’m upstairs at Stall 141 in the the Adelaide Arcade, open between 10am and 6pm (or thereabouts. Some days I am going to visit other SALA exhibitions around Adelaide!)

The opening night is 30th July, between 6.00pm and 9.00pm. I hope to see you all!

What is the updated news?

If you walk past the stall from this Monday (19th July 2010), and look in the window: You’ll see my artwork on the walls. Aha, that’s right, I’ve been given permission to hang the artwork early. There is a reason for this – which will be explained next month!

My SALA 2010 Promo Advert Extra: Those that turn up will find out where I got the idea for the theme: “Lines on the Horizon“.

Big thanks to my sponsors and contributors:

Richard Pascoe, Adelaide's TechGuy

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