I’m happy to announce that my online store is open! Please take a look around. I have four items in different configurations available. These are all items related to the Botanica Obscura series of images.
The first is a free (freeeeeee!) sixteen page interactive PDF. Download it, download it now! Here’s the catch: you must use Adobe Reader for the interactivity to function. Sorry, technical limitation.
Here’s a nice little handy link to the PDF. And here is the first page:
Next up is the Botanica Obscura Print Folio. This I’m super excited about—I had a lot of fun making these, and I’m quite proud of them. The folio is made up of the following:
- Embossed Fine Art Paper Cover
- 4 Page Signed And Numbered Text Signature
- Image Index
- 9 prints of the Botanica Obscura Series
And, until the 1st of January, 2013, the folio is on sale for $75—$15 off the regular price of $90! Sale! Give some art this holiday! Here is a link to the folio, with more images and a longer description. Oh, what the heck, here are a couple of images of said folio:
Next up… prints! I love prints. Something about holding a piece of art in your hands that just can’t be replicated in the online world. There is texture, there is heft, there is no need for batteries, cords, cables-bells-whistles, hurrah! Can you tell I like prints? I like to make them, I like to give them away, I like to sell them, and I like to pull them out and look at them. Ok, ok, enough.
I’m offering the Botanica Obscura prints in two signed and numbered versions:
- Mounted on Plywerk’s Sustainably Harvested Bamboo Panels
- Unmounted, so you can frame yourself for your home’s or office’s decor
And another dark and moody installation pic (sorry for the shadows, I was shooting in customer’s house, after all):
I’m very happy to be able to offer this work for sale. The work has been in a well-received exhibit earlier this fall, video here, and is still hanging at the North Puget Cancer Center to help raise funds for a permanent art collection for the Center. Read more here and here (you can get prints for less if you purchase them through the hospital—but only until December 1st!). I’ll have a short video up soon showing me hanging art on the not-so-interesting walls of the hallway to the Cancer Center. Hey, that’s what the project is all about… making the center a little more pleasant for the people that don’t want to be there.
I’ll also have a couple of videos up showing the folios and prints—it is a little easier to get a sense of what they truly look like in a video. YouTube and Vimeo willing, they should be up later today (those links are my channels on the respective video hosts).
Thanks for looking. Feel free to spread this around on all your favorite social media sites. Or just sit there and enjoy it all to yourself!
Online Store Open!