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Up At The Blue Parrot Greeting Card featuring the photograph Up At the Blue Parrot by William Fields

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Up At the Blue Parrot Greeting Card

William Fields

by William Fields

$5.95

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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In my favorite movie “Casablanca”, Humphrey Bogart is Rick Blaine, the proprietor of Rick’s Café Americain, a posh casino. There is friendly... more

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Comments (13)

Greg and Chrystal Mimbs

Greg and Chrystal Mimbs

Wonderful as always!

William Fields replied:

Thanks Greg!

Debra Forand

Debra Forand

Very awesome photo of this Parrot! I love it in Black and white!!

William Fields replied:

Glad you like it Debra, thanks!

Glenna McRae

Glenna McRae

Very nice shot and processing! vote

William Fields replied:

Glenna, thank you!

Tia Marie McDermid

Tia Marie McDermid

love this baby, beautiful. v

William Fields replied:

Much thanks Tia Marie

Elena Nosyreva

Elena Nosyreva

Very nicely captured and processed!

William Fields replied:

Thank you very much Elena!

Liane Wright

Liane Wright

lovely mono. v

William Fields replied:

thanks Liane

Joan Carroll

Joan Carroll

the black and white does seem timeless, I agree. Sometimes I find that the most colorful pictures end up looking better in black and white for some reason. V

William Fields replied:

Thanks Joan, appreciate it. I often see gorgeous monochromes in your portfolio as well. It's sort of a retro direction, but I like it.

Mia DeLode

Mia DeLode

Love the black and white! It seems timeless--well done William!

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much Mia

Kate Brown

Kate Brown

Nicely captured, great detail! v

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much Kate!

Cheri Randolph

Cheri Randolph

William, so creative to process your subject, which ordinarily would be brilliant with color, in a monochromatic color palette, so that your viewers can focus on each feather and the intricate design of his particular signature. Nice tie-in with "Casablanca"! voted

William Fields replied:

Cheri, thanks for those thoughts. I have to tell you I was really torn just because the bird was so colorful. I, in fact, did a color version as well and may at some future time post it. Part of the decision to go with the monochrome was the tie-in with Casablanca. My mind is filled with the scenes from the film, in part, because I've had the good fortune to see it on the big screen a few times.

Lois Bryan

Lois Bryan

awesome, awesome image ... I loved reading your background about Casa Blanca and where your idea for the title came from. One of my all time favorite movies. Also, must tell you I was on the Tamiami Trail as a little girl with my parents ... and the lyrical name remains in my memories, even if the trail itself no longer does!!!! Great image ... great read!!! I enjoyed my visit with you!!!!!! f/v

William Fields replied:

Thanks so very much Lois. I love it when a picture offers connections with personal experiences. When I opted to drive the Tamiami it was a conscious decision to stay off the interstate and be closer to what in my mind is the "real" Florida. I wasn't disappointed and would never have found this lovely avian on I-75.

Artist's Description

In my favorite movie “Casablanca”, Humphrey Bogart is Rick Blaine, the proprietor of Rick’s Café Americain, a posh casino. There is friendly competition from the less elegant Blue Parrot Café operated by Signor Ferrari. Rick’s former lover Ilsa arrives in Casablanca with her husband creating more than a little tension. One night Ilsa comes to the café looking for Rick: Ilsa: Where is Rick? Sam: I don't know. I ain't seen him all night. Ilsa: When will he be back? Sam: Not tonight no more. He ain't comin'...He went home. Ilsa: Does he always leave so early? Sam: Oh, he never..., well, he's got a girl up at the Blue Parrot. He goes up there all the time. Ilsa: (She turns away and reaches for her champagne glass.) You used to be a much better liar, Sam. The title for this picture is borrowed from Sam’s lie and the Signor Ferrari’s club. I shot this image at a roadside farm stand on the Tamiami Trail between St. Petersburg and Sarasota, Florida. The bird perched on the bales broug...

About William Fields

William Fields

William Fields, Artist Two Soaring Hearts, LLC www.william-fields.artistwebsites.com P.O. Box 293 Hermann, MO 65041 phone: 573.486.5252 or 314.578.5767 http://www.williamfieldsartphoto.com/develop/ 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...

 

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