NFTs Available Soon

Detail of a painting with sunset color brush strokes, mixing dark blue at the top, white, green, and ywllow towards the middle, and salmon pink orange at the bottom. Decorated with tiny glass beads in gold, red, pink, blue, and purple, with the canvas texture visible.
Sunset Stripe Painting Detail
Sunset Stripe Painting Detail

I’ll be announcing an auction of 3 NFTs of my work soon, and I’ll be making more available for purchase.

Non-Fungible Tokens are basically digital prints of art. The blockchain technology ensures that you know it’s a real release that I have created, and ensures that when I say it’s the only one (1/1 is how it’s designated with physical prints), it is. You can use an NFT-capable digital wallet to store, view, and print your NFT whenever you want for your own personal use. You’ll get the highest resolution version of the image that I have, and you can resell the NFT to someone else if you like or build up your own collection.

NFTs can be anything, so you can also ask me to make my social media post images available for purchase as an NFT, or a photo from my blog. The possibilities are endless!

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