What do you mean when you say, “affiliate link?”

I will occasionally link to products for sale; some of these are affiliate links. That means if you click on one of these links and happen to buy something, I get a small kickback from the retailer (at no extra cost to you, of course). I’m much obliged if you choose to use these links when making a purchase, but if not, no worries.

How do I buy a print of one of your images?

I’m glad you asked. When browsing images in the galleries, you’ll find that below each image (in the caption area), is a link to my account with artistwebsites.com. Once you click on the link you can select the desired print size and paper type (as well as framing options); there are also options to buy greeting cards, prints on metal, and more. All purchases are seamlessly linked through fineartamerica.com (the owner of artistwebsites.com).

Who is this fineartamerica.com, anyway?

They are the world’s largest online art site, offering giclée (fancy quality) prints and secure purchasing. I’ve selected them to process the payments and printing of my images because of their print quality, online security, and 30-day customer satisfaction guarantee.

They print on metal? Really? That’s kind of weird. Why would I ever want that?

Have you ever thought to yourself, “You know, I just don’t have enough art in my bathroom. But the humidity in there is so high! It would ruin a conventional print.” Well, if you print an image on metal, it’s actually water-resistant. Cool, huh? And as long as you’re looking for bathroom-appropriate art, might I suggest this image?

Poopin' Booby
(Buy this photo at artistwebsites.com). I spent a pleasant few hours on the beach just waiting for this to happen. (Blue-footed booby, Sula nebouxii).

Better living through critical thinking and exploration of the natural world.