"My inclusion in the Digital Option Center's sparkling new online gallery allows "Pose" to gain a wider audience by making prints of the series available to the public," stated Barbara Tyler Ahlfield.
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) June 26, 2014
Barbara Tyler Ahlfield recently announced her collaboration with the Digital Option Center (D.O.C.) to showcase the seven pieces of the "Pose" series exhibited at Artexpo 2014. The new online gallery will offer archival art prints of the series available for sale in two sizes.
"Exhibiting my series of seven paintings entitled "Pose" at Artexpo New York 2014 was a pivotal step for me in integrating my background in fashion illustration with contemporary fine art. My inclusion in the Digital Option Center's sparkling new online gallery allows "Pose" to gain a wider audience by making prints of the series available to the public.The custom, fine art prints are accurate, clear reproductions of the original art. The prints will be available in two sizes and are of the highest quality and printed on heavy, archival paper," stated Barbara Tyler Ahlfield.
Ahlfield has had an expansive and successful career as a leading, award-winning American fashion illustrator. Her work appeared regularly in major newspapers from coast to coast as well as major department stores including Nordstrom and Lord and Taylor.
"The inspiration for "Pose" stems from a lifelong love of fashion fantasy. Every woman has a few fantasy outfits they dream of posing in- from childhood dress-up to today's "personal" runway. "Pose" reveals some of my personal fashion fantasy outfits," continued Ahlfield.
For more information about Barbara Tyler Ahlfield and her work please visit: http://www.fashionillustrationandmore.com
To view the "Pose" series prints for sale please visit: http://www.doc-baltimore.com/barbara-tyler-ahlfield.html
About BarbaraTyler Ahlfield:
Barbara started drawing at the age of two and was soon decorating her bedroom walls with crayon fashion drawings. As a child she was fascinated with the glamorous fashion she saw in the old black and white movies shown on television as well as the formal, Sargeant-like oil portraits she studied at during children's classes at the Rochester, N.Y. Memorial Art Gallery. Following colleges, she united her loves of art and fashion into a career spanning thirty years as one of the leading, award-winning retail fashion illustrators in the country.
The archive of her illustrations is one of the few existing collections of American fashion illustration over the last quarter century and offers a retrospective of the American woman's changing sense of style as well as changing illustrative styles. On any given day her full page illustrations appeared in many of the major newspapers in the country including the New York Times, Chicago Sun Times, Washington Post, Philadelphia Inquirer, etc., etc. showcasing top American designers for the major U.S. department stores such as Lord and Taylor, Nordstrom, Dillards, John Wanamaker and many more. For more information please visit://http://www.fashionillustrationandmore.com/