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Spiral Wooden Stairs Greeting Card featuring the photograph Twist And Turn by Cheri Randolph

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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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Fantastic capture Cheri! vote!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Glenda, Thanks for your compliment and vote! I appreciate your support.

Congrats on the well deserved win in the contest!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Charline, Thanks for noticing. I was delighted to have placed so highly.

Congratulations on your second place win in the Pieces of Architecture contest, Cheri. Glad I voted for you!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Gina, I'm glad that you voted for it, too :-) as well as so many others. It's nice to be noticed.

Congratulations Cheri. A wonderful image and nice creative work. Oh, m,y oldest daughter is named Cheri. You do not see it that much. :-) Of course I think you have a very beautiful name also.

Cheri Randolph replied:

Marcia, Thanks for your compliment! I've always enjoyed the name. My mother made the selection because of a popular song at the time. Then, it had another song in the 60s. I'm sure your daughter thinks it's special, too.

Congratulations on your second place win in the Pieces of Architecture contest Cheri, well deserved!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Pamela, Thanks for noticing. I was pleased that it placed so highly.

This is an incredible image, Cheri, and it won SECOND PLACE in the Pieces of Architecture contest. CONGRATULATIONS! V/F

Cheri Randolph replied:

Carol, Thanks for hosting the contest. I was pleased and honored that it received so many votes. Thanks for your V/F!

congratulation Cheri on your second place win in Pieces of Architecture Contest! Well done! voted here and in contest

Cheri Randolph replied:

Barbara, Thanks for noticing and lending this photo your generous support!

My sincere thanks to all who voted for "Twist and Turn" in the Pieces of Architecture Contest completed 4/2/13, making it the second place winner out of 296 submissions.

Voted for this great image in a current contest!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Carla, Thanks for letting me know that you gave this a vote in the Pieces of Architecture Contest! I appreciate your vote!

One of my faves of your work, voted for you here and in Pieces of Architecture contest....good luck Cheri!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Barbara, Thanks so much! I appreciate your vote for this one in the Pieces of Architecture Contest!

v/f, voted in the Pieces of Architecture contest.

Cheri Randolph replied:

Gina, Thanks so much! I'm glad that you noticed this one in the contest and gave it a vote there and some generous support here, too!

love this one! v

Cheri Randolph replied:

Joan, Many thanks for your vote!

Fabulously processed! Great photo...:)

Cheri Randolph replied:

Deena, Thanks for visiting and your compliment!

Fantastic image... wonderfully postprocessed!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Maria, Thanks for your compliment!

Such an awesome pov dear Cheri....incredibly well done!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Joyce, Thanks for your nice compliment!

able to vote again on this marvelous image! v/f!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Anne, I sincerely appreciate your compliment and continued support.

Fantastic capture, Cheri! vf

Cheri Randolph replied:

Mary, Thanks for the compliment and such generous support. I'm glad you liked this one.

Interesting shot!V and like on FB.

Cheri Randolph replied:

Sonali, Thanks! Appreciate your promotional support!

Fantastic Cheri!!! f/v

Cheri Randolph replied:

Deborah, Thanks so much! Appreciate the f/v

This is magical! What a great touch! v/f

Cheri Randolph replied:

Thanks,James. I'm glad that you liked it and I appreciate your v/f.

I really love this; it has a mysterious feel.

Cheri Randolph replied:

Lenora, Thanks for visiting and posting a nice compliment!

Nice work! Voted!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Annie, Thanks! Appreciate the vote.

Love the old time staircase. voted

Cheri Randolph replied:

Athena, thanks for noticing this one. It was probably about 300 years old. Appreciate your vote.

Randy, Thanks for your favorable comment and the v/f also. I greatly appreciate your support!

The spiral staircase with its antiquated look is outstanding, Cheri! Just love this shot! fave and vote

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Artist's Description

This worn wooden spiral staircase was photographed in a centuries-old Greek house located in the Fener neighborhood of Istanbul, Turkey. Because of the location of the Greek Patriarchate and the Orthodox Church, Fener was dominantly a Greek neighbourhood since the Byzantine period. In the 17th century, Fener became the residence of upper classes and the bourgeoisie with its hewn stone buildings and richly ornamented house facades. During the Ottoman period, an important segment of Greeks who lived in Fener, who were well-educated and fluent in several languages, held high government positions as interpreters or diplomats. During the 18th century, the majority of new constructions were made of stone or wood; and aristocratic Greek families started to build villas around the Patriarchate. However, the settlement structure changed in the 19th century: Prominent families of Fener left the neighbourhood and moved to villages along the Bosphorus, such as Tarabya, Kurucesme and Arnavutkoy....

About Cheri Randolph

Cheri Randolph

Cheri Randolph was awarded a degree in Fine Arts from the University of New Orleans with a concentration in the study of Art History. She credits printmaker, Calvin Harlan , a UNO professor, as being quite influential in her composition techniques as well as painter, Ida Kohlmeyer with a better understanding of color. Pictorialism would best describe her current work, stylistically. Cheri has expressed her artistic talents in a variety of ways including; wheel-thrown pottery, quilting, vintage clothing restoration, interior decorative painting and photography. She is a resident of both the Houston Heights and historic New Orleans Uptown. A favorite quote is, "The bird of time has but a little way to flutter - and the bird is on...

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