Missouri Bottoms Indian Summer art print by William Fields. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
I love the moodiness of a foggy morning, particularly here on the Missouri River Bottoms near Hermann. I was torn between treating this as a color... more
I love the moodiness of a foggy morning, particularly here on the Missouri River Bottoms near Hermann. I was torn between treating this as a color picture or a monochrome. I may yet work up a monochrome version, but for now, this Indian Summer view is the one that most challenged me and hooked me in.
All of my works are fine art photographs. The Fine Art America algorithms do not allow photos to be sold as original art so in order to offer the original piece, my work must be listed as digital art. My work offered as "original' means that I will not sell the image to anyone else. The purchaser is guaranteed a one of a kind image which can only be acquired through direct contact with me. The art photo is printed using the highest quality materials available today and is certified to be one of a kind. There are a number of factors that separate the work from production or giclee prints. I personally supervise the printing and control the source material. You are guaranteed a unique work...
About William Fields
William Fields, Artist
Two Soaring Hearts, LLC
P.O. Box 293
Hermann, MO 65041
phone: 573.486.5252 or 314.578.5767
Art is my passion. I try to put everything I have learned from every great teacher and through every mistake I have made into each and every piece with as much passion as I have for art and for life itself.
Artists have been accused of being self aggrandizing, long winded, name droppers. I hate it when the critics get it right! In an attempt to diffuse those kinds of accusations, regardless of how accurate they may be, I am writing this statement today.
Each picture I make begins with a germ of an idea. I visualize how I...