Many know I am selling posters which I have from past exhibits.I wanted to make a note that I updated the Poster page today.The new one (First Night) is extremely limited, I don’t know of any available, this is just one i had in my collection. I designed this poster for “First Night Columbus” in 1995 for the New Years Eve Celebration 1996. It measures 18×24″.
I was browsing through some of my older work the other day and came across this cool collage I did back in 1994. The collage is a mix of clippings and photos I took on a trip to San Francisco in 94. The collage itself measures 11″x7″. However I have framed it which makes the frame size 15″x12″. The art is floating on a white mat and the backside of the frame has an easel so it can stand on a table, or you can always hang it if desired.
Update* Sold (Nashville TN)
I have been busy in the month of December creating Head paintings. First I want to share two new oil paintings on wood panel. These are very small panels measuring only 3.75″ x 3.75″ x 1″ (deep). These two paintings can very easily be framed inexpensively, or like many of my wood panel paintings, they can be left alone and hung with the wood edge showing. The other option is free standing. These paintings can stand on their own if you wanted to put them on a side table.
These two paintings will be shipped to Sharon Weiss Gallery this week. Anticipate their arrival at the gallery by the first weekend of January. You have until January 2nd or 3rd to purchase from my studio if you want first dibs. Feel free to email me and I will let you know the status. Happy New Year!
Acrylic on paper, and measures 18″ x 24″. This new painting, “Untitled Big Head”, completed in
Dec. 2007 will be available for purchase at Sharon Weiss Gallery around the first weekend of January. It has been framed in a nice wood gold leaf frame.
Sharon Weiss Gallery: 614-291-5683, 20 E. Lincoln St. Columbus, OH
I recently spent some time with my old college friend (CCAD) Brian Novatny. He is currently showing at George Billis Gallery Los Angeles until January 12th. His work is incredible and a must see. Because he’s a New York artist I haven’t seen him since I last showed there, and thanks Brian for the tips on a new technique i’m going to try out.