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Effective immediately - Stephen Phillips Photography is pleased to announce three partnerships that will allow customers to order print images from my galleries - direct to the United Kingdom, across Europe, and to Australia and New Zealand. These partnerships are:
In each instance - having their printer profiles downloaded to my studio allows me to guarantee color accuracy, print quality, and customer satisfaction at significant savings and with quick sure delivery.
Of course - for those of you ordering prints shipped to The United States and Canada - you may continue to rely on the superb quality of images printed and shipped by MpixPro.
To order Stephen Phillips Photography prints for anywhere - select a print from the galleries - then select the country where your print will go - the currency you wish to pay in - and simply follow the directions from there.
Drop me a line through the website if you have any questions about these new services:
This has been a busy period and I'm grateful to continue showing my work at Justin Herman Plaza - across from the Ferry Building. This under the San Francisco Arts Commission's 'Art in Public Places' program. My plan is to be there weekends until further notice. Tomorrow is the Fourth of July Holiday and the plan is to have the old Roving Flagship Store set up there until 3 PM.
There is a show of about 25 of my photographs out at The StrayBar in Bernal Heights. This neighborhood bar is a fun and welcoming venue. The show ends July 6th.
More news to follow soon. Have a great holiday.
The temperature outside is 71° (22°c) and it feels like the first day of spring here in San Francisco. A perfect day to introduce my new blog and solicit your participation.
As many of you know - Stephen Phillips Photography is now participating in the "Artists in Public Places" Program of the San Francisco Arts Commission. I have been selling photographic prints and matted images at Justin Herman Plaza (across from the Ferry Building) on weekends. This is a wonderful experience. The community of artists in the program have been most helpful and supportive. There is a steep learning curve to this process but my hope is to have most of the kinks ironed out before the tourist season begins. The easiest way to see if I'm there on any given day is to follow me on Facebook. I post to my page each day I set up. I plan to write more about this program in future postings.
I'll be sure to post any planned trips or workshops in this space.
Spring in Port Costa - California
This image was shot exactly a year ago as the plum trees were in bloom along The Carquinez Strait, east of San Francisco.
Please post any comments, thoughts, or suggestions you have about the blog. Happy Springtime.