Fine Art Prints on Metal

ScCrow Header Image for Metal Print PageArt

This site is the place to discover Original Art from the Scarecrow

We recommend Print on Metal as the best option

Below  are a few samples

Unique Art

Scarecrow’s art is NOT mass produced.  Your piece is created only after you determine what options you want.

Use the Art Menu option to navigate through sample images.

Here are just a few samples.

Tree_A_02
Nancy_02
Scarecrow_02
PianoMan_04
Oz_Sheila_04
Gabraiel_05
Dwight Landscape_06

Dwight  – 13 Dec 2017

Vector Art

Resizing images can produces fuzzy jagged edges. To correct this issue, all images are being converted to use vector graphics.  After items are converted, it is added to the site and a menu item generated.  The list to the left shows the most recently added items.  There are many images that require conversion. Items are being added alphabetically.

Click on the link to go directly to the new entry.

Highly Customizable

This makes a GREAT option for Interior Decorators.  Get your art customized specifically for your customers home.

Gallery or dealer!

Check the Extras page to see how we can create an edition specifically tailored to your needs and add that extra value that collectors like.

This site under construction.  Its going to take a while to get all the images converted.

23 NOV UPDATE:  My previous theme crashed.  I am taking this opportunity to review and make some changes since all the pages must now be rechecked.   Its a good thing.   I am catching mistakes and hopefully making things a little bitter site wide.

If I find a printer that wants to work with me, I need to get to work on the buying options.  I wanted to let them handle as much as possible including the matters of payment.  I am beginning to think that there may be a better route to take.  Maybe I will just take your options then make the image that I ship to the printer of your choice.  TBD!  Stayed tuned!

At least for now, ScCrow.Com is the only place where Art from Scarecrow (Me) can be found.  In one sense, I would like to just farm the printing out to an Art dealer.  That would allow me to work on the art instead of all of this.  Oh well. We will see.