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Orange Shirt Women's T-Shirt featuring the photograph Orange Shirt by Tom Singleton

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Orange Shirt Women's T-Shirt

Tom Singleton

by Tom Singleton





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Our Bella / Canvas t-shirts are made from a 50% cotton / 50% polyester blend and are available in five different sizes.   They're stylish, soft, and incredibly comfortable.   Machine wash with cold water, and tumble dry on low heat.

Design Details

A local artist, Chris Triebert, once told me notice what you notice and it stuck in my brain. While working on my laptop I looked up and saw an... more

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1 - 2 business days

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Orange Shirt Photograph by Tom Singleton


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Orange Shirt Acrylic Print

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Women's T-Shirt Tags

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Photograph Tags

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Artist's Description

A local artist, Chris Triebert, once told me "notice what you notice" and it stuck in my brain. While working on my laptop I looked up and saw an orange shirt with the light hitting it in a wonderful way. Hearing Chris in my head I got my camera and this is the result.

About Tom Singleton

Tom Singleton

Tom Singleton has been involved in photography for more than forty years. He began with slides, moved to print film, then became involved with black and white film and developing his film and prints in a black and white darkroom. The evolution continued to the digital darkroom where Tom now uses a digital camera to record the images and a computer to edit the work. Through some robust programs color images can be transformed to black and white. Tom says......"I really enjoy doing color work but my real love is black and white and the atmosphere it creates. Through the magic of the computer I can have it all." Tom lives in Brattleboro , VT. He is very active in local photography groups and he exhibits his work in local venues.