January 24th, 2014 - Montebello, CA
Online PR News – 24-January-2014 –“Being a member of the FineArtAmerica.com family, which serves as a professional network for visual artists, photographers, art collectors, and gallery owners, I am very excited, because as a member it gives me breadth and latitude in which my work has no borders,” says Alfredo Garcia, owner and operator of Alfredo Garcia Art.
“With a few clicks, artists and photographers can upload their images to FineArtAmerica.com, set their prices, and instantly sell prints to a global audience of art collectors,” notes Alfredo, for whom Fine Art America will help him fulfills his orders, thus taking care of the printing, framing, matting, packaging, shipping, collecting payments from the buyers, and sending him the profits.
Members’ prints, in whatever medium, are manufactured at Fine Art America's production facility and delivered to customers "ready-to-hang" with a 30-day period, or they get their money back.
In addition to providing an online marketplace and fulfillment service, Fine Art America also provides artists and photographers like Alfredo Garcia with sales and marketing tools to help simplify and accelerate their careers.
“These tools allow me to set up my branded web store, sell prints on Facebook, sell prints on Amazon, create e-newsletters, and much more,” say Garcia, who abstract art, mixed media art, and contemporary art works have become collectors’ item.
With more than 95,000 living artists and photographers currently offering over two million images for sale on FineArtAmerica.com - with thousands of new artists and images being added each week – Garcia notes that each month, more than five million visitors stop by FineArtAmerica.com to buy prints and to socialize and network with the artists and other art collectors.
Garcia, who did not set out to produce art about one subject in particular, views the world as ideas for his artwork, but which eventually develop into more in-depth ideas and detailed images. Neither had he set out set out to be an abstract artist nor to create artwork relating to social events, but somehow his portfolio developed in such a way that people started to review his work expressing enthusiasm.
Soon, the patterns began to take shape as elegant abstract art to both focus on patterns and social personal situations,” says Garcia, whose work tends to focus on the patterns and social personal situations, the evolution of personal situations co-existing in patterns. Some reviews have even labeled Garcia’s work as 'Abstract Elegance', but he always try to depict a positive message too - the persistence of “Life Goes On”, no matter the situation and or circumstances. First to improve and second to adapt.
Some of Garcia’s subject matter topics are about people's social personal situations and patterns that depict that environment.
“Since I've always been a fan of elegance in nature, a different type of abstract art has been also been created,” says Garcia, whose work are greatly influenced by “The Count of Monte Cristo” Elegance under extreme situations, and Andreas Gursky, famed photographer who takes pictures of patterns of everyday images.
For more information about Alfredo Garcia’s works of art, visit the following website: