Although Tom Graves is best known for his books and other writings, his art photography also has  been recognized and displayed in several galleries.  In addition, several of his works have been published in magazines, books, and newspapers.  Examples include the cover of Jack Kerouac's Tristessa, Crossroads: The Life and Afterlife of Blues Legend Robert Johnson, Natural Born Elvis:  The Story of Bill Haney, The First Elvis Impersonator, Playboy, Southern Exposure, The Chouteau Review, The Jackson Daily News, and A Large and Startling Figure website devoted to writer Harry Crews.

The photographs displayed are for sale through Paypal, which can be easily accessed on this page.  The prints are available in two sizes:  8 x 10 and 9 x 12 although due to aspect ratio variances those sizes can vary by a few inches.  It is best to custom frame these prints.  All color prints are giclee, which make for outstanding and dynamic color presentation. 

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Price is :   $60 for your choice of either an 8 x 10 or 9 x 12 (estimated size) print.  Price includes free postage within the U.S.  Prints are mailed in sturdy mailing tubes.  Allow two weeks for delivery.  Non-U.S. purchases are welcome, but you should contact Tom Graves first about postage charges.  Larger print sizes can be made.  This is a small sampling of the work of Tom Graves.  Inquire with Tom Graves about seeing other images or creating custom larger sizes.

To purchase, click the Paypal button on this page, enter information including the title of the photo(s), and send the correct payment for the size you stipulate in your order.  Make certain to put your preferred mailing address for speedier and correct delivery.  All questions and inquiries about these photographs are welcome.

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