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Creating an Account and Using Collections

Create a New Account

From the homepage, click the “Log In!” button:

Under “Register”, enter your email address and then create a password. Your password needs to be at least 9 characters long and contain at least one number (0123456789) and one special character (like !@#$%^&”?):

Click the “Register” button and you’ll be taken to the “My Account” page. With your new account, you can log in from any computer or mobile device to view and edit your collections.

Create Your First Collection

From the menu bar at the top of the page, click “Collections.”

When you’re on the “Collections” page, click the “Create a New Collection” button:

On the next page, you can name your collection and add a description. By adding your name and email address (optional), you can collaborate on your new collection with your account representative. When finished, click the “Create Collection” button.

You’ve created your first collection!

Add Images to Your Collection

When viewing images throughout the website, look for the “Add to collection” plus signs:

When you click on “Add to collection,” you’ll see a list of your previously created collections, or you can click the button to create a new collection:

Add the image to a collection by clicking the collection name. You won’t be taken away from the page that you’re already on, so you can continue to add items without having to navigate back.

Manage Your Collection

From the menu bar, click “Collections.”

Beneath each collection name, you’ll see options to “Delete” or “Preview” your collection, or “Share with Friends” by email, Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. (Sharing options don’t appear if your collection is empty):

To manage a collection, click the collection name, or click “Manage this Collection.”

Near the top of the “Manage Collections” page you’ll see the URL address for your collection, which you can copy and send to your co-workers or clients. With this address, they’ll be able to view your collection, but not make changes to it:

Beneath the “Sharing” options, you’ll see the “Download” options. Select “CSV Data File” to download a comma-delimited spreadsheet file containing the related data for your collection, like artists, titles, and more. Select “Images” to download a zipped folder containing jpegs of your entire collection:

Choose “Settings” to rename your collection, change its description, or change its sharing options by adding or removing your name and email address.

To make changes to the images in your collection, click the checkbox next to every image you would like to affect, then use the “Actions”pulldown menu to remove the images from the collection, move them to another collection, or create a new collection containing the selected images. Click “Apply Action” to complete your changes:

You can also delete an image from your collection by clicking its red “Delete” button:

That’s It!

For more help with using our website, please contact your account representative or give us a call at (800) 532-2333.

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Welcome to the New Image Conscious Web Site!

Welcome to our new and improved web site!

Every web site needs to change and evolve, and ours just has. Our web site and product offerings are on now on a more solid platform, with room to grow. We’ve added new features and will be adding more in the months to come.

One new feature: Collections.  You can now save, organize, and share images. Just click “Add to Collection” as you browse.

Group images however you want: by favorites, shopping lists, project or location, whatever works for you. Then share your picks through email, or by social media.  To help with your own marketing projects, you can download a comma-delimited spreadsheet file containing the related data, and even save a zipped folder of the matching image files to your computer.

To get started, please register or login to Collections.

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Spotlight: Along the Coast

There’s something about the coast that slows everything down; the smell of the ocean and a walk on the beach heals the soul. Recently signed artist Angela Saxon takes a minimalist approach to Sleeping Bear Point where sand and sea meet quietly and all is perfect in our world. Vahe Yeremyan offers a more traditional view but the same quiet sensibility with Ocean Side – Pacific Highway – gentle waves, sand and soft clouds – a trifecta of calm.

Contact your salesperson today about our entire collection of Coastal images all of our new releases.


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Featured Artist: Tim Oldford

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Canadian native Timothy Oldford was born on a farm in the Canadian Prairies. His mother was a landscape artist, so his childhood consisted of being dragged to every gallery across Canada at a very young age. His father taught Tim the basics of photography on his WWII camera and Tim immediately took to the magic that the camera possessed.

At fifteen Tim moved to Victoria and fell in love with the beauty of the coast. After school he got into photography more seriously and had some success with weddings and nature pictures being published in newspapers and books. When his kids came along Tim put his camera down (as a professional) for about fifteen years and only picked it up again after they graduated school. Today Tim concentrates on Canadian landscapes, US National Parks and images across Vancouver and Victoria.

As we begin a new year Crescent Lake Chair from Tim Oldford looks to the future and a gorgeous sunrise and Fairy Lake Bonsai embodies reflection and mystery.

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Featured Artist: Paul Bailey

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With a studio in Wales, Paul Bailey is continually inspired by the farming landscape which surrounds his home: low rolling hills; intermittent woodland; ancient hedgerows; patch-work fields and vast skies. The semi-abstract nature of his work, the use of non-traditional techniques, bold compositions and a dynamic use of color help portray this seemingly prosaic landscape in a new, vivid and surprising way.

Our collection of Paul Bailey print-on-demand giclees includes Barcode Wood, a row of trees in the deep forest, and Seven Trees, a minimalist landscape with a row of golden trees.

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Featured Artist: Tracy Helgeson

Located in upstate New York, Tracy Helgeson is greatly inspired by the natural beauty surrounding the farmhouse in which she lives and works. It easily led her to paint local landscapes and more recently other farm-related imagery such as barns, fields and livestock. Tracy often paints the same scenes over and over, deriving great comfort from portraying the familiar as well as marking the small changes that occur over time in her environment.

“I strive for simplicity in my work; in color, form, composition, and subject matter. However, complexities inevitably find their way in via texture, handwritten elements and small bits of painted details.”

Our collection of Tracy Helgeson print-on-demand giclees includes Dark Corner, a quiet rendering of a rural country road, and Under a Blue Sky, a minimalist landscape with a jeweled blue sky.

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Spotlight: Art of Today

Art of Today: Simple, straight-forward and the truest definition of contemporary art. Contemporary art provides an opportunity to reflect on contemporary society and the world around us. For Image Conscious contemporary art can be represented by this modern and decorative agate image Geode Art by Nancy Knight in deep indigo and sky blue. Michael Buxton delivers a different take altogether in clever cat story It’s What’s Inside that Counts.

Now available for download: Our latest New Release PDFs.

Contact your salesperson today about our entire collection of Contemporary images and all of our new releases.