When I was quite little, an Uncle and Aunt spent the summer in Europe. Even though I was too little to really have a solid concept of places I had never seen with my own eyes, it made an impression. For years after watching those slideshows and hearing the tales of their European adventure, I dreamed of going one day, myself, as so many of us do.
For years, I anticipated those sorts of trips were a faraway dream. I did not do a summer abroad as many do. When I was in college, it seemed out of reach. In a way, I wish I had tried harder to wrangle a youthful summer seeing the beautiful sights in Europe, but perhaps I would not have appreciated it nearly so much as I did a few years down the road?
My first trip abroad anywhere was the UK, and I fell in love with the old-world culture there. And I was quickly making up for lost time, visiting London and Edinburgh on multiple occasions and eventually hitting mainland Europe in Italy. On my last trip across the sea, I managed to add the vibrant landscapes of Ireland and the incredibly picturesque streets of Paris to the list of European places I’ve been. The funny part is with each new place I have been, it never seems to diminish the list of places I want to see! Each of my adventures in Europe have simply made me want to revisit those previous places as well as add more to the list!
So, clearly I am quite enamored with European culture and the rich history of the cities and countries there. I no longer have any illusion that I will ever cross off every European destination. There are just too many places I want to re-visit, some of which have begun to feel like second homes to me. And there seems to be no end to picturesque European Cities, don’t you know?
Over the years, my Europe art prints have been popular with buyers all over. Those early prints of the UK were the ones that, for instance, encouraged me to get serious about my interest in marking art. It is a huge compliment to any artist when you decorate your walls with our work. But I have to admit there is always just a little extra bit of pride when I see my Europe prints going back home, being purchased by locals to the places where I visited. You really know you have captured the essence of a place when people who call the place home connect with your artwork!
Whether you are from Europe, the United States, or the other side of the world, thank you so much for your past and present support of my work by purchasing a little piece of my European experience to decorate your homes and places of business!
Your interest in my artwork is most appreciated!
The art you decorate with is something that you will look at for years to come. This is true whether it is wall art for your home or a public space in your place of business. Paint colors may come and go, but the artwork often outlives the rest of your decor choices.
That is why I am more than happy to answer any of your questions. Whether you want to know more about a specific piece of art or have a more general question, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I love the opportunity to discuss the story behind my art as much as sharing helpful details.
I am also open to discussing any special requests you may have. Perhaps you have a special decorating challenge or need artwork tailored to fit a specific space? Or you have a special design opportunity to discuss?
Well, I have always enjoyed challenging projects, so just ask!
This is only a portion of my Europe artwork. I am still in the process of updating my galleries. To see the rest, please see my Full Collection of European Prints on Fine Art America.
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London Calling – Red British Telephone Box Art
If you’re looking for an eye-catching British print, there’s no question that this London Telephone Box print fits the bill. This particular piece of art is far and away my most popular for a simple reason. It connects with people. … Read More
Paris Metro Sign – Art Nouveau Architecture Print
I’ve read that the Paris Metro subway system opened in 1900 and is the second busiest subway in Europe behind only Moscow. This may explain why I was constantly lost! But forgetting being lost for just a moment, what I … Read More
Classic Red British Post-box In London
This collage style London artwork captures the functional beauty of the classic red British Post-Box. While the classic red telephone box is fading from the landscape, you still find red pillar boxes in some abundance on the street of cities … Read More
Victorian Gothic Tower Bridge – Landmark London Art
London is a city filled with iconic architecture. It’s populated with buildings that are recognized around the world by people who have never seen them in person. There are maybe a handful of cities with such landmark architecture. I’m not … Read More
St Paul’s Cathedral Dome – Classic Architecture
There’s no question in my mind that London has more than its share of iconic architecture. And the great dome of St Paul’s Cathedral is definitely among that pantheon. Whether you’ve been to London or just seen pictures, that dome … Read More
Classic London Bus – Thoroughly British Art
There’s no doubt that the mental image most of us have of a London Bus is the classic double decker buses like this old AEC Routemaster. These days, of course, the double decker buses are mostly quite modern compared to … Read More
Ha’penny Bridge At Night in Dublin – Irish Art Print
The night before leaving Dublin, I had to take one last wander to see the landmarks along the River Liffey before I headed back to pack. Dusk was just fading into night as I stood here on the banks of … Read More
Classic London Art Print – The Old Curiosity Shop
For someone from the states, this piece of classic London architecture seems impossibly old and by proxy of great importance. And yet this little shop on Portsmouth Street is primarily considered of interest only because of its literary connection to … Read More
Georgian Dublin – The Custom House
Many of my memories of Dublin center around the architecture of Georgian Dublin. In particular the grand old neoclassical buildings like the Custom House stand out. In fact, in the dictionary of architecture, I could picture this building on the … Read More
Uniquely London – Dramatic Tower Bridge Fine Art Print
Tower Bridge pictured here, is one of my favorite London landmarks is without a doubt. I love that the bridge is actually a Victorian piece of engineering dressed in the stone of Medieval England. When it was decided to build … Read More
Golden Fields – English Countryside In Spring Art Print
Nearly a decade ago now I had gone to London in the spring and was taking a day out to see Canterbury with a group of fellow travelers by train. So in some sense this is my very own Canterbury … Read More
Louvre Pyramid As Night Falls – Paris Art Print
Whatever the time of day, the sweeping modern lines of the Louvre pyramid are pretty impressive, but as night fell… Well, I believe that literally and figuratively, that massive glass pyramid shines as the sun goes down and the golden … Read More
Edinburgh Castle At Dusk – Medieval Fortress Art
Having visited Edinburgh, Scotland twice, it holds a special place in my heart as does the beautiful castle in this print. Edinburgh Castle sits at the top of the Royal Mile. And on my last night in that beautiful Scottish … Read More
Dunguaire Castle Art – Historic Irish Print
There’s no doubt about it that Ireland is magical. And although I was there only a short time, I found Dunguaire Castle to be characteristically charming. There’s just something about old medieval fortifications sitting in coastal waters. At any moment, … Read More
British Telephone Box With Fireworks Overhead Art Print
Long before I ever visited the UK for the first time, I had already fallen in love with the style of the classic British Telephone Box. I don’t remember the first time I laid eyes on one, but I suspect … Read More