Post by definitiongallery on Nov 18, 2008 8:16:00 GMT -8
Here is the work on exhibit at Definiton Gallery in Baltimore, Md. He is part of the Dreamscapes exhibition .Astounding work and top notch presentation. He is a true class act to work with and completley on point. ;D Peace, Definition Gallery Daniel Fountain,owner www.definitiongallery.com
Last Edit: Nov 25, 2008 2:34:34 GMT -8 by masao626
Lori Earley; Victor Castillo; Bethany Marchman; Brian Despain; Brian M. Viveros; Kevin Lewellyn; Melissa Forman; Krista Huot; Kathie Olivas; Chris Peters; Audrey Kawasaki; Brandi Milne; tin; Jennybird Alcantara; Laurie Lipton; Brian Horton; Michael Hussar; Scott Radke; Sylvia Ji; Mike Brown; David Stoupakis
Dan May "What the Devil" (my fav from the show) From the Family Guy C.R.A.P. Show. (Collection of Rare Art Pieces) Edition 125 25 of the 125 will be hand signed by Dan May. (100 Unsigned) # Limited Edition Giclee on Paper # Printed on acid-free archival paper # 125 piece hand-numbered edition # Comes with Certificate of Authenticity # Measurements: 13 inches by 19 inches
They have not been signed yet. (early 2009?) We will put up a purchase button/option on our site when they are ready to ship.
The entire series will be 25 signed and 100 unsigned.
Why exactly is this done? It obviously wouldn't be any more difficult for the artist to sign all the prints if they are in fact hand-numbered by them. Just confused why the entire edition wouldn't be signed too. But I assume there is some reasonable explanation. I suppose it's has to do with the end user price points. But would the signed edition really need to be priced that much higher? Wouldn't they sell quicker if they were all sold? I know I'd steer clear of an unsigned print, especially if I knew the artist signed some already. Just wondering, though.