We have watercolors by me and many photos by myself, as well as a few photos by my wife*, along with some assorted family heirloom photos and paintings. Most of the photos are scenery from various travels over the years. We're actually running a bit short on wall space, I think I need to equip myself with some frames with snap-in backs to facilitate a rotating gallery!
*My wife has done somw quite nice photos, she has the eye for it but seems to have lapsed into "let Dave do it" the last few years. Maybe when she retires, she'll rejoin the ranks.
All around my house are my photographs, a lot of them, framed without glass. Difficult to choose for I like all of them equally. All my phortographs requires and triger thinking, they are not neutral recording. If you go to my site and look at section "Canada" or "Nature and Man" you will not find one that you like more than any other. When I get flat and time to look them they get me to some other world and I like even to touch them. Actually it is why I am photographer.
Snegron, I love the idea of shooting and framing a new image weekly. It is easy for me to fall into that work only mode, and making a conscious effort to produce for yourself is important.
On that note some of my favourite framed images at home have been from APUG print exchanges. Lots of talented folks here!
For many years I have collected photographs and various art works in oil and water colour, these mainly from artist friends. Consequently I have more pictures than I can show at any one time.
Currently I have:-
10 x John Blakemore
2 x Richard Newman
4 x David Williams
2 of my own
Three LensWork Gravures by Tillman Crane grace the living room.
Two Joe Lipka* originals also grace the living areas of the first floor.
The Master bedroom contains a George Tice and two William Clift Photographs.
* I am the single largest collector of Joe Lipka photographs in the world!
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I have 2 x Fay Godwin prints.
1 of the needles Isle of Wight.
1 of lava from her trip to Hawaii.
I have all my images I love best hanging on the walls, lots of them, all in B&W only! In the living room, in the staircase, even in the cellar, whereever you go you stumble over my work ;-)
A few Westons, an Ansel, a Jack Dykinga, a few by some friends, and a bunch by this unknown guy... Rich Coda