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At Fotoviva we love to showcase the work of talented photographers and provide them with an outlet for making more sales of their work. Our team of photographers all deserve to hit the spotlight thanks to the creative artwork they capture from behind the lens. We thought we would do a feature on Jon Gibbs, so without further ado…

Jon has been with us for several years now and his stunning photography is always a hot seller with interior designers and home owners. Jon is an award winning professional landscape photographer and gallery owner from Norfolk, England. His gallery is called Saltmarsh Coast Gallery which features many printed pieces of the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.

 

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Jurrasic Sunset by Jon Gibbs

As well as shooting his lovely work and running the gallery he also does workshops for photographers who want to improve their skills. His awards include Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year, Hasselblad Masters Semi-Finalist 2012 – Landscapes, International Garden Photographer of the Year 2014 – Changing Coastlines category and many more.

 

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Twilight Over Derwent by Jon Gibbs

To view all of Jon’s work we have available at Fotoviva Art Prints have a look at his profile gallery and prepare to be amazed! The Twilight Over Derwent shown above is a particular office favourite. It’s a classic image and look at those blue tones, just gorgeous.

 

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Backley Plain by Jon Gibbs

If you are looking for a panoramic canvas print then his Backley Plain is well worth a look. Jon has expertly captured the landscape just as the sun was about to dip below the horizon. It seems to be a firm favourite with our customers too.

You can visit Jon’s own website at www.jon-gibbs.co.uk

 

 

 

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Stretched Canvas Prints

So what exactly is a stretched canvas print? Sounds like the canvas picture is warped doesn’t it! Thankfully that isn’t the case and it literally means that the printed canvas is wrapped around a wooden frame. The wooden frames are also known as stretcher bars which may be where the term stretched canvas art originated from.

So a canvas print will have four stretcher bars, one for each side of the wooden frame. These are sourced from the supplier and can be bought in a range of sizes so the canvas printer can create a huge variation of canvas framed sizes. The stretcher bars will usually come in sizes of varying inch increments. Continue reading