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The “A Story [Blue]” print is now available as a pre-publication offer: $245.00
This print is different than the ones I’ve done to date. It has a sort of Abstract-Expressionist feel to it, as I felt that was more in keeping with the sentiment. It’s a beautiful thought, one of my favorites. “A story without Love is not worth telling.” Like Saint Paul wrote to The Corinthians, “Without Love, I am nothing.” The best stories are about things we care about, told to the people we care about. This is true whether we’re talking fiction, fact, people, ideas or yes, the story about the business you’re trying to get off the ground.
Love matters. People matter. Everything else is secondary. Amen to that.
With many people saying that small is beautiful, we will be editioning this in a slightly smaller format. Still a hand-pulled serigraph, by Master Printmaker, Jamie, printed on heavy French Rives Arche Paper. Hand-signed and numbered by me. We won’t know the actual size until we proof the image, but I’d estimate it will be 18″x24″ or so.
The print will be posted on the gallery page soon enough, selling at $450.00, but for now, it’s only available here exclusively on my blog for the special pre-order price of $275.00.
Just click on the $50 PayPal Deposit button above to secure your order. We’ll invoice you for the rest once they’re printed and ready to ship, which should be late October.
We’re now also offering a lovely framing deal, where we frame it properly for you for an extra $125, so you can hang it right out of the box. We’ll post the details on the gallery once the print is up on there, and also e-mail you the details along with the invoice etc.
Anyway, I hope you like it. As always, I love receiving the pictures of the hanging art in people’s homes and offices, so please keep them coming, Thanks!
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