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November 30, 2017, 11:29:48 AM
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Hi folks,

I'm an emerging fine artist based in Minneapolis, primarily a photographer though I also work in a few other media. I've been pursuing this actively since 2006, and I've been in and around Bitcoin since 2013, mostly on the gambling side. Not that anybody knows me, because I don't trade. But I keep thinking I should try selling my art for cryptocurrencies, and I'm finally getting around to making the jump.

I currently specialize in animal photography, architecture (particularly bridges), and semi-abstracts based on those two subjects. I've also done some landscapes and a series of environmental portraits of people reading in awesome places. I have a large body of work, and I'm not going to make any attempt to post all of it here, but I expect to post new work from time to time, and maybe occasionally some older work as well. You can look at the whole kaboodle at my website, http://www.lightspacewonder.com

For now I'm going to post my bees because everybody likes my bees. I also do a lot of silhouettes.

http://www.lightspacewonder.com/files/2114/2655/4179/Bee_Silhouettes.jpg

I sell three types of prints:

The commercial gallery is powered by Whitehouse Custom Color, and I don't ever touch them. They take payments, do fulfillment, and all that. These are the cheapest, and they're unsigned. That gallery works automatically in USD, but you'll have to email me or pm me here to make it work in cryptos.

Artist Prints are printed by me. I've spent quite a bit of effort learning to print to very high standards, and these are the prints I'm willing to put my signature on. They're slightly more expensive than the commercial prints, but still very accessible, and they're made to order.

Single Editions are large-scale, premium materials prints that are restricted to one print per image. They're intended for gallery shows, and come with a certificate of authenticity. They're more exclusive but also considerably more expensive.

I also have three books out, which you can see details of on the website.

I'm happy to talk about escrow, altcoins, or any other questions or concerns you may have. I'm happy to ship outside of the US but be aware that it can be expensive.

I'm on Twitter, Facebook, Instgram, and Patreon as tcpolymath. (Twitter tends to get the most updates.)
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November 30, 2017, 11:34:54 AM
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Reserved because I'll probably think of something else that needs to go here at an inconvenient future time.
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December 03, 2017, 09:12:37 AM
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Here's something new - a morning fisherman on Galveston Bay from early November. I spent a couple of weeks in Texas taking photos, and I'm now taking the time to finish them. http://www.lightspacewonder.com/index.php/landscapes/fishing-galveston-bay/

http://www.lightspacewonder.com/files/7315/1229/2121/Fishing_Galveston_Bay.jpg
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December 05, 2017, 10:20:49 AM
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Here's another new photo from the Texas trip for anyone who likes industrial abstracts. This is the wall of an offshore oil drilling museum in Galveston.
http://www.lightspacewonder.com/index.php/architecture/galveston-museum-wall/

http://www.lightspacewonder.com/files/6115/1237/7860/Galveston_Museum_Wall.jpg
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December 11, 2017, 06:44:23 AM
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Got caught up for a bit in the Patreon nonsense and getting a new computer. But here's some thing new I really like, "Meditative Shoebill." Shoebills are wonderfully weird.
http://www.lightspacewonder.com/index.php/animals/meditative-shoebill/

http://www.lightspacewonder.com/files/9515/1289/2847/Meditative_Shoebill.jpg
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