PATRONS, PRINTS, AND PUBLIC RADIO

A few weeks back, I said a bittersweet goodbye to one of my newer works, And All Things Hushed.... I delivered and installed the piece at the home of a very generous private collector. A little sad to see it go so quickly after its completion but extremely grateful it went to an amazing patron of the arts. It now lives on the wall among a collection of mind-blowing work from regional to international artists. 

Also, got a chance to hang out on their picturesque back porch with a few beers and some good conversation about art and Mardi Gras, mostly. 

Though the original is now in its new home, that piece and others are now available as prints. In conjunction with the recent grant award I received, I was able to produce a limited edition run of gallery quality Giclee reproductions for 4 separate works. Each are hand signed and numbered on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with Epson UltraChrome HDR Ink. 

Prints have become a great way for me to get my work out to the homes and offices of collectors and art lovers in both manageable sizes and affordable prices, while still maintaining a fine art caliber.  Each of the 4 works comes in two different sizes: 11" x 14" and 18" x 24" approximately. They are a reduced size from the original mixed media work, but continue to retain the clarity and precision of each piece.  

If interested, you can contact me directly here or visit my Etsy page here

Last but no least.... if you missed my appearance on Capital Public Radio's Insight with Beth Ruyak in February, you can listen to the full interview here: 

Very thankful to the whole team at CPR for getting some Fine Art discussion going on the radio.