James Eddy Art Collections
Shop for artwork from James Eddy based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by James Eddy
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Sunset At Williams Lake by James Eddy
Not A Full Bloom Mushroom by James Eddy
Mushroom In The Grass by James Eddy
Black Sand Beach On The Lost Coast Panorama by James Eddy
Rugged Oak Tree In Autumn by James Eddy
Bright Aspens by James Eddy
The Great Texas Balloon Race by James Eddy
Two Green And Half A Yellow Door by James Eddy
Otstott Park Gazebo by James Eddy
Old Filling Station In Jefferson Texas by James Eddy
Wildflowers On A Blue Sky Day by James Eddy
Wildflowers By The Lake by James Eddy
Bluebonnets And Paintbrush by James Eddy
Bluebonnets And Paintbrush On A Cloudy Day by James Eddy
Wilflowers And A Silhouetted Tree At Sunset by James Eddy
Bluebonnets Paintbrush And A Dramatic Sky by James Eddy
Bluebonnets Paintbrush And A Post by James Eddy
Paintbrush And Bluebonnets On A Cloudy Day In Ennis by James Eddy
Sunset At The Bandon Lighthouse by James Eddy
A Tree In Sedona by James Eddy
The Sunset Years Of The Mary D. Hume by James Eddy
Autumn Barn At Thompson Peak by James Eddy
Crab Boat At The Bandon Lighthouse by James Eddy
Galveston Beach Sunrise by James Eddy
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About James Eddy
In my earlier bio I tried to describe a little about who I am and what I like to photograph. I debated whether any further information was necessary to describe me. Giving it more thought I suppose it is important to tell more of my story.
In March 2008 I was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia. Shortly before that I hemorrhaged in my eyes causing small blind spots in both. I spent a good part of that year in and out of the hospital receiving treatments.
Today I am in remission and doing well. I still have blind spots that cause some difficulty in seeing. I have heard it said that going through something like that makes you see life a little differently. Although I had a pretty good outlook about life, I do see things differently today, both in a more spiritual sense and in a real physical sense.
I bought my first semi-professional DSLR camera in September 2009 and began a wonderful new journey. I have spent the years since then learning the art of photography and am constantly learning the techniques to taking better pictures. As an artist with a camera, I really enjoy the outdoors. I love the smell of the pine trees in the forest, the desert after a light rain, the salt air of the ocean and the fragrance of the flowers in an English tea garden. A sunrise or sunset in any of these places can be magical. I hope that what I photograph will please those that view it. My desire is that some might even be inspired by what I see and how I choose to let the camera capture it.
In the New Testament The Apostle Paul said in Philippians 1:21 that to live is Christ and to die is gain. While I am here I will have my camera with me to capture what I see until that day.
To those that are going through similar circumstances or have someone close to you that is, you are not alone. Feel free to contact me if you need someone to talk to.
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