Robot 1

16″ x 20″

Acrylic

Panelboard

 

Original $460

Unframed

or

$150

Same Size Metal Print

I painted the background of Robot 1 thinking I was experimenting with abstract again. Then I was stuck for a while. One of my teachers, Carrie was in the studio talking with me about her work, and I said, “make sure you don’t do your work to satisfy other people. Satisfy yourself and do what you really want to do”. It took me another 4 hours before I decided to take my own advice and draw a cartoon robot on top of my painting. It seems to me to be a collision between my color work and my drawings.

And I’m darn satisfied with it.

Robot 1

Apr 24, 2019 | Art, Collision | 0 comments

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ABOUT PRINTS

PAPER prints are on cotton archival paper (Giclee printing), with a soft but vibrant surface. Usually these are unframed.

METAL prints are very bright and colorful with a high-gloss finish. They almost seem to be backlit like you're looking at a huge ipad, so I really like them. I consider the metal prints to be a medium itself, because it enhances the images so much. They are printed with high pressure and heat on a white substrate. There is no metalic look to the image at all. Metal prints are the same size as the original if possible.

On the back of the metal prints are hangers that allow the panel to float 1/2" from the wall for a nice display, or they can be traditionally framed.

SCANS are made at the highest quality and color-corrected to make sure the prints are as close to the original as possible. To achieve the high resolution needed for large prints, often multiple scans have to be stitched together by hand on the computer.

 

LIMITED EDITION

THOUGHTS

I've always thought that unlimited was better than limited. Artificially inflating the price of something by deliberately creating a short supply seems... less than ideal. I would rather more people enjoy my artwork.

That said, the first 10 prints will be numbered, and have a personal hand-written inscription on the back.