Well, the studio is packed and pretty much filling my dining nook! But the remaining Journeying With The Totems paintings are still within reach in case anyone wants to purchase one before my move this coming Friday; especially for the local followers on the Mainland. You could drop by and pick it up.
In the meantime, I wanted to give a gift to someone who has always been kind and welcoming to my son and I during our time in this condo, and knowing that the 'Child Cub With Human Mother' was her favorite (and which had been sold during the Silk Purse Gallery), I decided to get a hot press print on watercolour paper done. It is also a reduction from the original 18"x36" to 14"x28" to make it more adaptable to smaller condo living.
It was also a good test on a print option for the series. The problem with a series of 20+ paintings, and everyone having different favorites, is that it is impossible to do a number of limited edition prints for one painting. I need to do more research on the option of single orders, as to cost and my fee, and especially how the shipping would work. Shipping is always a going concern for me in ~
1) How to pack & ship a print on heavy watercolour paper safely; carefully rolling it in a larger mailing tube without creasing it?
2) Costing such a shipment, and
3) Setting up the best payment option for both the print and the shipping.
If this would of interest for those who are unable to purchase an original, do send me a message through the Contact form (tab above) or by email email@example.com, indicating which painting(s) you may be interested in, and which payment option would work best for you. I could get more information to you as to options etc.
And yes, the big move is on Friday! Friday! I'll update the new address on the Contact page and my email and will remain the same. Phone numbers will be changing after Apr. 1st.
Andre Prevost, began his work in theatre in the late 70s after completing his studies at the Banff School of Fine Arts, and in his iconography in 1980, and having a large body of work in each. He has since been based in Western Canada; North Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, and now back on the West Coast.