Monday, January 17, 2011

Versailles Passages, Château de Versailles, Paris, France

Just revisiting some of the art photos I have, this is one of the top-10 photos I have at Flickr at the moment (currently the 3rd most viewed). (Click the image to view larger.)

This print looks incredible at 20x30 stand-alone for an upscale nouveau look, or in a large formal frame with nice matting. (Print versions come without watermarking, thats just used for online presentation purposes.)

The last one I sold I got to see it hung in a beautiful setting in a formal dining room (suitably framed) and it was a fabulous enhancement to the setting.

Available in 20x30 and 30x40 sizes starting at $275 mounted on a simple 2mm styrene board to ease framing.
Also available in stretched canvas.

Contact me direcly via email at with any questions or to place an order.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

ritratto di mia figlia - SENIOR PORTRAITS!

ritratto di mia figlia
Originally uploaded by butch leitz
You know a high school senior along the front range looking for something totally different than the photos you may have seen other kids get?

Here's an example of a photo of my daughter I printed on heavy stock 3x5 cards with a high gloss uv finish, blank inside, used as thank you cards and personal note cards.

Elegant, tasteful.
Pricing varies. Scheduling now.


Monday, January 10, 2011

Michael Child

Michael Child
Originally uploaded by butch leitz
Since I mentioned Michael Child a second ago under the blurb about Wendy Austyn, here's a little more info about Child:

My review is here but in a nutshell, if you wanna see what a mashup of Coldplay, John Mayer, Maroon 5 and Jack Johnson might sound like, look no further.

Pretty good music, enormous potential. I enjoyed hearing him.

Wendy Austyn

Wendy Austyn
Originally uploaded by butch leitz
Gettin' back in the groove from after the New Years Eve slow down in music and photo work, stuff is picking up fast again - couple commercial headshot shoots this week, some boudoir, odds and ends.

But hey:
Friday night had the opportunity to see Michael Child and his band, warming him up (figuratively but maybe literally since they're also "a couple") was Wendy Austyn.

Great voice, photogenic, should have a good future in music.

See my review here.