I have some prints for sale on the up and coming, rather wonderful New Zealand website FELT. An online shop & Gallery that specialises in hand made arts.
Here is one, click on it to see the others I have there. There are five in all so far. The editions of 25 are exclusive to Felt.
#0939 Pear Lemon Apple
Good to know that the selection of prints are now safely in New York and there is a sample of them on the Allen Gallery!
I have seen his pots, but seeing his works on paper draws me in closer. I saw one at the Arthouse recently and made a note to look online for more.
John Crawford, Hector Pottery.
I would like to make a trip to the coast just to see these. The motivation is stuff. My interest in the physical. I want to see how people make prints and works on paper to see how I might translate (now there is a word!) my “templates”. There is another word.
(In ship building there is a early version before they make the mold, what do they call that? It might even be a sort of negative… hmmm my digital files are like negatives. )
Anyway I like his work, the content and the form.
An image follows.
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Some of my prints will be on sale in Miami! Might be a good time for a trip.
Eight selected abstracts from the “Thousand Sketches” are currently for sale on Art Bash, a New Zealand online Gallery and art site.
The selection is not so much a representation as a group that highlights my abstract explorations. It is good for me to see this small pool highlighted in this way. The editions of 25 are all in pigment ink on heavy Hahnemuhle Paper, 13 x 19 inches. They are currently available only through Art Bash (they will be briefly available at the exhibition that is coming up as well).
Have a look at the selection.
#0816 Black White Blue
This is still part of the repeat process in the previous two images. My mother in law Marg, a landscape Gardiner, looked out at a row of cherry blossom trees in full bloom in Hagley Park, each tree had a dark tree as a back drop. She said, thy have followed a principle here I always recommend: “When you are onto a good thing, repeat, repeat repeat.”
That gave me permission in a way to repeat older ideas and of course there is repetition within these images as well.
Some ideas of making this one physical follow:
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#0786 Approaching Joy
The print on Hahnemuhle Museum Etching Paper is stunning!