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December 18th, 2014
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Well friends, its official, the 2014 Christmas ordering season has passed. Our final orders for this season were taken at 4:59 pm today (12/18). All of us at http://cfleesphotography.com would like to thank our loyal customers for making this year our best Christmas Season ever.
It should not come as any surprise to anyone that a massive amount of activity goes on during the holiday season in preparation for Christmas. We are all breathing a sigh of relief that the long nights and hard work have come to an end for 2014. After taking a week off to celebrate Christmas with our families, we will begin planning and preparing our schedule for the 2015 image and fine art releases.
I would like to take a moment to wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. I look forward to seeing you in 2015.
March 26th, 2014
Purchase a 20.00" x 16.00" stretched canvas print of Chris Flees' Glade Creek grist mill - Photo for the promotional price of: $99.99. At the time of this press release there are only 2 remaining prints at this price. Once they are sold the print price will return to their regular price of $180.00.
Glade Creek Grist Mill is an iconic image from West Virginia. This location is a favorite of artists and photographers alike. You have probably seen images of Glade Creek in both magazines and in nature calenders. Now you can own a timeless print of this iconic image for an unheard of price on canvas, but you need to hurry at this price they will not be here for long. Once the last 2 are sold the price will return to its regular retail price of $180.00.
February 25th, 2014
After several years of his portfolio being hosted by another large photographic hosting firm Christopher Flees, the owner of Chris Flees Photography has committed to and has begun to migrate the sales portfolio for www.cfleesphotography.com to Fine Art America. When asked why he desired to migrate that large of a gallery Mr Flees said "It just makes sense. The prices for the prints are very competitive, the end products are guaranteed, membership is the lowest in the genre, and they have very high traffic and SEO scores. It would be foolish to continue with another company that is not on top of their game like Fine Arts America is." The art print market is very competitive, any edge in a market this competitive must be evaluated. We thank our customers for their patience and patronage during this time of transition