by Mary Pettis
High Resolution Photo Detail
Here is crop of the painting. This is not a closeup photo, it’s a crop of the original high resolution photo of the entire painting.
Mary and Jen will be in Studio/Gallery #366 throughout The Northrup King Building’s “Art-A-Whirl 2022” event. Mary is fun to watch paint, be sure to go see her, she will be doing demos and speaking throughout the weekend.
Friday, May 20th from 3pm to 8pm
Saturday, May 21st from 12pm to 8pm
Sunday, May 22nd from 12pm to 5pm
The Northrup King Building, #366
1500 Jackson St. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Testimonial from Mary Pettis
I am an oil painter working in the contemporary style of expressive realism. Mitch Rossow has been my photographer for a few years now, and I have nothing but glowing words to describe what it is like to work with him. His photos have captured accurately the gamut of color palettes that I use, whether the subject is an 8×10” Plein Air flower study, the subtle gradations in 30×40” sunrises over the ocean, or large 4×6’ studio paintings of Italian villages and vistas.
I have had numerous paintings digitally scanned over the years, and I find that Mitch’s photos produce the same results for far less cost. We have sent his images to all venues including feature articles in national publications, international salons and competitions, and books and catalogs. It is wonderful to know that the photos I am sending are of the highest caliber, and meet all their specifications.
I need to add here that Mitch is a joy to work with, is very flexible and patient, and has a well trained, discerning eye.
Needless to say, I recommend him highly!
– Mary Pettis
Fine Artwork Reproduction Photography
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