very cool, jim. congrats on the show!
wow jim that's so frickin' cool! haha! cycloptopus! that cracks me up - very fun! great texture, too. gotta love painting on old wood. congrats! hope all's well for you :)(not sure what happened to my first post!)
mike - thanks my brother.maura - the funny thing is, I wouldn't have made him a cyclops but there was a hole, dead center where the knob screwed into the drawer, so I needed something to line up there and wanted to keep it centered so there is story of how the cyclops came to be.I'm glad you guys like it.
Textures as always are terrific. All the character and composition are just great.
natura - thanks, I'm glad you like it.
How cool! I've always wanted to have some stuff in a show. Are you selling the pieces there? I totally love the cycloctopus.
Hey Bryan thanks man. Yes, they will go on sale. I am bringing the stuff by the gallery on 1/31. The owner will then go over prices with me. I never did this before and it feels weird that I will part with these pieces. I've been 100% digital until this past year. This gallery scene is a big goal of mine for this year and beyond so I better get used to that. I also am scanning each one and will be doing prints at hopefully a couple of online places (to be announced) and maybe my own Etsy type shop as well.
Hi - this is awesome. I'd love to see the show. Please let me know where this will be!
Thanks for your interest Richard. I will post it on this blog when I have something concrete. I see you are from Moorestown. My full-time day job is there.
cool - thanksWhere do you work Jim? If you don't mind my asking.We have an advertising and marketing co. called Hypno on Main street. Peace.
Richard - Hypno sounds like a cool place. Are you the owner or partner? I am at Sbar's on Lenola Rd. We are an arts and crafts distributor and manufacturer. I head up the art dept. We should meet up for lunch some time and talk art fart stuff or maybe I'll see you at the show.
This is easily one of my favorite paintings that you've done.
I founded Hypno in 1994 with my partner Alison Judah. Yeah - we own it. Lunch some time sounds good. peace.
Hey Joe, thanks. I'm am getting a lot of feed back on this painting already at the gallery and the official opening reception hasn't happened yet. Sorry for the late reply.
I totally dig this piece, Jim. Cool.
I absolutely love your creatures!Keep up the great work and awesome shows!
paio - thanks. I never heard the word aguante before but I think I like it.christine - thanks for your encouraging words.
Hey Jim - did this piece sell? If not - How much is it? I want to stop by and see that show... when does it end? thx
Richard - I'll send you an email.
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