I’ve been working on this photography display since the end of January and it’s finally made it’s way onto the walls the other week! I’m a regular at this Starbucks and I just love the staff here, they are super friendly and really on the ball. I’ve been somewhat of a morning regular for the last two years and the staff knows me by name and exactly which drink I want (it’s the peppermint hot chocolate since I’m a non-coffee drinker). I couldn’t have asked for a better place to be able to display my photography. It will be up for the next few months, so when you’re in the area be sure to stop by and check out my images. They are located at the New Albany Market Square right by the Library and Rusty Bucket Tavern.
I was fortunate to be able to display a variety of work including kids, high school seniors and dogs, in both gallery wrapped canvases and framed prints. When you stop in, you’ll notice that a lot of the images are 16×20 and in person, you can tell that 16×20 isn’t really that big! It’s a great size to showcase right above a small couch or fireplace.
I consider a 16×20 a medium sized piece of wall art and depending on the wall space you have available, I suggest even larger sizes like a 24×36 or even 30×40. A great example of bigger is better is the 30×15 panoramic canvas of my Baxter that is hanging. When the display comes down, this piece will have a new home above the couch in my living room. I love the panoramic sizes, especially since everything is starting to go “widescreen” in our lives! It will fit perfectly between the two windows that anchor the room with enough space on each side, to not be too crowded.