A Low Cost Way to Buy Original Fine Art

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Jungle Orchid

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Amazon River Basin – Cuyabeno, Ecuador

You want to buy original fine art prints but some of the prices scare you off. The truth of the matter is not everyone is financially capable of buying and collecting fine art photography prints. I like to think that my prints are reasonably priced and offer real value to the discerning buyer/collector, but I understand (and appreciate) the financial realities of this old world. Collecting art is a luxury (want) purchase and not a necessity (need) purchase. But there is a way to buy beautiful art for the price of a Starbucks coffee.

Buy Beautiful Art for the Price of a Starbucks Coffee

Greeting Cards. Yes—buying greeting cards allow people, on even the strictest budget, to buy original fine art prints at a very low-cost (for the price of a Starbucks coffee for instance). And unlike a Starbucks coffee this is a purchase that keeps on giving. Each card is printed on 5 x 7 inch 100# card stock, and is completely customizable. Checkout this brief video tutorial on how to order my greeting cards from Fine Art America.

Greeting Cards can be purchased for as little as $3.50 each depending on the quantity ordered (you can’t do better than that). And you have options:

You Can Send Them Out in the Conventional Way

(with a printed message of your choice inside)

or

You Can Frame Them as Mini Works of Art

(frame with an inexpensive store-bought frame or one you craft yourself)

The next time you treat yourself to a Starbucks coffee think: “I could have bought one of Steve’s cool Greeting Cards for the same price as this coffee.” You can then frame and hang that card on your wall to remind you that there are some really beautiful places in this world—then relax and dream while drinking your next Starbucks coffee.

Stephen in the Amazon

Stephen F. Dennstedt

Photographer, Writer, World Traveller

Amazon River Basin – Cuyabeno, Ecuador

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