San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 17, 2009
Tim Aldridge today announced the launch of four new online galleries on Imagekind featuring a range of traditional and digital art. These pieces are now available to be printed and custom-framed on-demand, with over 5 million printing, matting, framing and glazing options.
"These four new galleries showcase pieces I've created in a number of different media and represent a range of styles I've been working with over the past few years," said Aldridge. "I decided to use Imagekind to make my art available online so that people who enjoy my art are able to order high-quality prints at an accessible price point."
Aldridge was recently named a "Featured Member Artist" by Imagekind. According to Imagekind, featured member artists "represent a variety of our artists who stand out as thought provoking, creative individuals who amaze us with the beauty and individuality of their work."
Imagekind is the world's fastest-growing art site, offering over one million high-quality fine art images for sale. Imagekind gives consumers limitless options to purchase museum-quality framed and poster art from over 75,000 domestic and international emerging and established artists.
Serving as a community for professional artists to create and sell their work, Imagekind's goal is to develop a new online art experience that provides both consumers and artists with a new outlet for sharing, creating and buying art from digital files. Imagekind is the world's first community to serve as a hybrid art gallery, photo-sharing service and a print-on-demand service. Imagekind has partnered with leading brands such as Walgreens, Snapfish, Flickr, HP and Costco.com to distribute its art and frames to the widest possible online audience.
About Tim Aldridge
Tim Aldridge is a San Francisco-based fine artist working with traditional and digital media. He blends a classical fine arts background with training in the fields of architecture, advertising design, computer animation and visual effects. His work is featured in private collections throughout the U.S. For more information about Tim Aldridge or to buy fine art prints, please visit http://timaldridge.imagekind.com.