My first Gallery work is being shown at Bottleneck Gallery NYC among a host of awesome talents including Mark Englert, Barry Blakenship, Chris Garofalo and Samuel Ho. They recently had their opening of the gallery with this show and is still running until the 28th Sept 2012, so if you are in NYC I recommend you head on over to check out this new Gallery and all the great work they have on show and for sale. A large portions of the proceeds go to charity and you get to walk away with a pretty unique piece of art! This month is their first show and it’s theme is Inspired by Premium Cable TV. I chose HBO first of all because I Loved Band of Brothers, and had to do a Flight of the Conchords piece (NZ-NYC Connection). The charity is the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinsons Research.
You can pick up limited edition reproductions of my work there. They have been printed to the highest specification and I was on hand to proof all the prints sent out to the gallery. Each hand signed and numbered. there is an edition of 20 of a smaller 16×24” of each piece and also a full size 20×30 reproduction of each that is also available to purchase that have been framed and on show at the gallery. The originals were created on 20 x 30” illustration board, and created by my fair hand… The originals are illustrated on Gessoed Crescent Illustration Board using acrylic airbrush inks and Prismacolor pencils.
These Giclée prints seriously came out amazingly well and I am really proud to have them out there.