This edition will be available for sale through our online store this coming Tuesday, March 11th at 11am MST (Denver, CO time). Please note that we will not be taking any orders via phone, email or in person at the Gallery.
Thank you very much for your interest.
All the best, Limited Addiction Gallery
Last Edit: Sept 25, 2008 22:32:33 GMT -8 by lowpro
Nope! Just a lot of F5'ing. I was lucky I think in that I got a print loaded in my cart VERY early on by refreshing the add to cart link. At that point only one other person I had seen on the boards said they also had it in the cart, because the store had shut down. When the store came back up, I was clicking "checkout" while everyone else I think was still trying to add to cart. I think it was that early advantage that allowed me to get it all settled before the site became even more bogged down than it had been.
such high demand for this print, it's insane! a lot of interest has been generated within the uk collector market. by that i mean your banksy, micallef, walker, neate types who seem to have bottomless pockets!
with every successive show, i get more and more on the bandwagon but his work generally confuses the hell out of me.
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
think he's said that he won't be having a price increase until 2009... so i'm prepared to have my heart broken when he shows at levine - haven't even bothered being put on that preview list . don't think i'm anywhere close to being able to get anything to his upcoming shows this year either. oh well. i was mostly interested in his dissected stuff
I really love his work with beast and stone. So all the paintings with the statues and animals really move me. Paintings like 'Creeping Hours 2', 'Swamp Angel' and the magnificent 'Tic Toc'. It is this complete narrative within such a small confined place, and yet I can 'feel' movement, I can 'smell' the water. I can 'sense' the shark's intention. Whether you hear long diatribes about man's inate compulsion to control nature, or whether you feel this will simply become some future memory for mankind, it is evident that you gain so much from really looking into his work. I love his colours and his sense of grace and movement. I regret not moving faster to purchase his 'THUNDER' og from Dave in Denver and I hope that more print runs will be introduced so his fans can experience it within their home.
I would love for him to do a mini print set with a chase, as it was with Luke and Stella.
Larger than the standard Tiny Showcase print, three of our Spring seasonal prints are trimmed to fit into a standard 8" by 10" frame. The rectangular artwork measures roughly 7" by 9". Jennifer's print measures 8" by 8". Each print has a half-inch border surrounding the image for framing. The artist's name is printed below the image.
The Spring 2008 Seasonal collection marks the Tiny Showcase debut of Hahnemühle's Bamboo Printmaking paper. All of the artwork from our Spring collection will be printed on the highly-renewable natural white bamboo paper. The German bamboo printmaking paper is whitened without the use of harmful optical brighteners, leading to an increase in paper quality as well as environmental quality. It has a beautiful, slightly warm tone and, in addition to Tiny Showcase's charitable contribution from each print sold, the printmaker will be donating a percentage of the profits from all of their bamboo line to supporting environmental projects. Tiny Showcase Purchase Page tinyshowcase.com/artwork.php?id=1520&preview=201
Seasonal Print Collection Information
10% from the sale of each seasonal print will be donated to the National Resource Defense Council. Consistently rated one of the top charities in the nation, the NRDC's purpose is to safeguard the Earth: its people, its plants and animals and the natural systems on which all life depends. As one of the nation's most effective environmental action organization, they use law, science and the support of 1.2 million members and online activists to protect the planet's wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things.
A new work with one of his more popular images, sleeping polar bears at the bottom of ocean.
A question from interview on Josh Keyes forum "your art work sleeping #3 of the polar bear underwater... to me is very symbolic... how did you come up with the idea for this art piece?
Answer: "That series resulted from two sources. I was reading and researching the global crisis of the melting ice in the polar region and it’s effect on the polar bear population. At the same time I was doing this research a friend of mine passed away.
I had a vision of a polar bear sleeping peacefully at the bottom of the ocean. The title for the series came first as it sometimes does, and then the image in my mind develops through thinking of the word or phrase. "