Special promotion: Art plus wine!

Fine-art sales promotion

Order your beautiful fine-art photography during May to receive a $100 gift certificate to NakedWines.com.

Get $100 NakedWines.com coupon with every purchase this month

May is the perfect time to purchase that beautiful photography you’ve been eying, since every purchase this month will include a $100 gift certificate to NakedWines.com.

And the offer is good for any purchase, no matter how large or small. So you can fill your wall with that large museum-quality canvas gallery wrap or purchase a few greeting cards — and you’ll receive an email instantly with the $100 NakedWines.com gift certificate.

The sale is applicable to the purchase of any of my fine-art photography galleries that include incredible HDR work from New Orleans and Texas, as well as gorgeous Christian and general fine-art photography that will help add some personality to any room or office.

Naked Wines is a company based in Napa, California, that supports independent wine makers from all over the world, so you will have a wide selection of wines from which to choose. And using your gift certificate couldn’t be easier: Just log onto NakedWines.com, order a selection of wine and enter your coupon code to have your total automatically reduced by $100.

The only stipulation is that your wine order must be at least $160 — which is still a steal.

Of course, you must be 21 years old or older to redeem the gift certificate. Wine cannot be shipped outside the United States.

So order your beautiful print today! You can’t lose.

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About Andy Crawford

Andy Crawford has been a photographer and writer for more than 20 years, with thousands of images and articles published in magazines and newspapers around the country. He now focuses on Louisiana photography, landscapes, HDR photography, urban prints and other fine art photography. He also is a portrait photographer.