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Photo Art of the Treasure Coast and Sebastian Inlet

Welcome to our fine art photography website!

 

Birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, or just plain "I love you". A gift of art is a gift of love.

 

I’m an aesthetic photo-artist. It’s a family thing. My mother was an artist, a painter; mostly floral art, either on canvas or china. We have a number of decorative plates she’d painted back in the fifties. I still marvel at her talent, for she was self-taught. I tried my hand at sketching and painting but Mom’s hand/eye talent never got through genetically. Her eye for composition, however, was passed along. My palette and brush are digital; Nikon if you will, and I try to incorporate the talent passed down by mom into all of my photographs. They are displayed on this site for your viewing pleasure. They are all for sale at reasonable prices.

 

We do not send our files to be reproduced by a photo-mill. (Mill files are printed and mass produced, packaged and shipped without the artist ever seeing the finished product.) Our digital files are painstakingly hand-done at our fine-art studio and I personally inspect every one for even the smallest flaw. Whether you purchase an 8x10 glossy, or a 30x40 museum-wrapped giclee’* you are guaranteed 100% satisfaction or you will be refunded the purchase price.

 

 A word about our product:

All giclee’s* are printed, stretched and museum-wrapped by our fine art studio. We use only Epson Archival, pigment-based inks and the canvas is the highest quality Epson produces, water-resistant, with a UV protectant the manufacturer guarantees for a hundred years. Before any print is reproduced and displayed, it is reviewed by myself, my wife, Linda, my staunchest fan (and biggest critic), and friends who are not afraid to tell me the work isn’t up to snuff.

 

Enjoy!

 

Jerry and Linda Peterman

 

*Giclee: In French, “to spray”.  Rather than a common stylus depositing the pigment-based inks onto the canvas, a series of fine nozzles actually spray the product. The result: Museum quality canvasses, greatly resembling fine oils, which you will be proud to display on your walls. We guarantee it!

Aerial Photography of the Treasure Coast
Honey House
Aerial Photography of the Treasure Coast
Sebastian Inlet
Aerial Photography of the Treasure Coast
Sunrise at Archie's