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Jar Greeting Card featuring the photograph Marbles by Darren Fisher

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Marbles Greeting Card

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Very beautiful art work. Well done

Darren---this is a beautiful and FUN piece---!! fave/voted

So simple, so beautiful! V/F

I like this a bunch - colors are just beautiful and suit the subject. favorite/v15

Beautiful bold and vivid colors. Nice work f/v

Congratulations! Your work has been featured at "Bold Colours" fav

Darren, this is a new fave!! The colors and treatment are stunning!! v/f and FB

Marvelous work Darren, reminds me of the marbles I had as a little girl except I kept mine in a brown paper bag :))...v/f

I love this! The colours are so intense. It would look amazing in a child's room. Nice use of textures. v/f/pin

Marvellous work!

Wonderful- my visual candy for the day Darren v & p

Beautiful work.v/f

Beautiful and colored composition..!! vf

Awesome composition of this lovely and colorful imagery Darren, as I was a marble champ, many long years ago, and I just love this visual! It is a pleasure to see so much variety and beauty in the works that are submitted for FEATURING on our WFS site. It is an honor to FEATURE this piece of work on our Homepage of our site. Thanks for sharing and being active in our group membership. Fave and Vote Forever, Elvis

Love! f/v

Colorful image! Nostalgic! v/f

I love this - how masterful. Awesome work.

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Artist's Description

A jar full of marbles overflowing onto a glass lid. I used a mason jar to add an antique feel to this image. I also used HDR and a painterly effect and textures so the image looks like a painting. The Marble might be originated in Harappan civilization in Pakistan near the river Indus. Various marbles of stone were found on excavation near Mohenjo-daro. Marbles are also often mentioned in Roman literature, and there are many examples of marbles from ancient Egypt. They were commonly made of clay, stone or glass. Clay balls have been found in the tombs of ancient Egypt, and they have also been found in Native American burial grounds and ancient Aztec pyramids.[1] Ceramic marbles entered inexpensive mass production in the 1870s. A German glassblower invented marble scissors in 1846, a device for making marbles.[2] The first mass-produced toy marbles (clay) made in the U.S. were made in Akron, Ohio, by S. C. Dyke, in the early 1890s. Some of the first U.S.-produced glass marbles were...

About Darren Fisher

Darren Fisher

Check out my FaceBook Fan Page and make sure you LIKE it. Darren was born and raised in Virginia ,along the Blue Ridge Mountains, and is now living in Kentucky. Darren was in his mid 30s when first discovered the joy of photography. He then set out to teach himself the art and continues to work hard at creating the best photographs he can. That was over 10 years ago and since then he has become an award winning photographer.He has had several pieces of his work published. As a cancer survivor his work has become more heartfelt and emotional. Darren enjoys sharing those aspect of photography with others. He is really happy that he chose this road to self discovery. He feels he has a better appreciation for his work and the...

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