A blog about my thoughts and my love of artwork as it develops. It reflects some of the basic steps that I go through to achieve the artwork which is eventually presented to Spicher and Co, an innovative design firm that manufactures artwork for the trade. The why, what, how, and where are a few of the questions that I attempt to answer as I blog away! This is a tiny window into the life of a painter, and my hope is that my love for life shines through in the objects that I work to create.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
High Point Trade Show - Wall of Ships
Wall of Ships
Some pictures of Spicher and Co's Show Room - High Point, NC
This is one of my favorite walls
I just arrived back home from our trade show in High Point, NC. It was a great trip and a really good show. I thought that I would give you a glimpse into our show room there. The above pictures features a wall of some of my ship paintings that I have sold over the years.
Recently, we had the ship paintings RESIZED. This simply means that we enlarged and or shrank them in size to accommodate the SAME SIZED FRAME for each print. This was long overdue and I am so happy that we did it! It created a lot of effect!
Why did I bother to resize, you may wonder. Simply for ease of hanging. If you are bring to decorate a large wall with many pictures, it is so much easier to hang the prints if they are all the same size. Plus it brings so much drama and effect!
A close up!
Love the green water with the stormy sky!
I love how all the colors of the water just meld with one another from print to print. You could easily do a WHOLE wall of these (if you loved impact). It would be incredible. If you are interested in these prints, please contact me or Spicher and Co., and I will set you up with an outlet in your area.
Also, if you love the real deal, check with me because I may have an original painting around my studio. I am painting all the time and have some inventory!