I’m delighted to be launching a new 20×16″ print on Wednesday the 27th Jan, with Derbby.
Derbby have a unique price structure which works great, making the early prints in an edition extremely accessible. The usual selling price of Derbby Prints is $149 but for the Flash Sale the price drops to $25.. and that’s where it gets interesting, each successive sale raises the price by $1 !
Derbby aren’t cutting corners however, the print is made on a bright white Epson archival paper at a heavy 330gsm! this is embossed with the Derbby logo and accompanied by an artists signature by way of a certificate applied to the reverse of the piece… this results in a clean ready to frame image.
The piece itself was created in January of 2016 and experiments with creating more layering and more detail than usual, I wanted to give Derbby an image that would translate well in the reduction to a print, making the detail finer and crisper. Continuing on from the earlier piece this year entitled all I want is everything, the piece reflects on commercial desire, our relationship with nature, and the unattainable. I’ve included some work in progress images below to show the process of making the work.
If you are interested, the original work will also be made available through Derbby via a unique bidding system. Checkout www.derbby.com for more details.
Thank you for reading this blog. I am pleased to donate the work Margarita to ‘Art For Heart’s Sake’, an exhibition showcasing 100 photographs and selected artworks for auction. If you would like to place a bid for the work below – you can visit the website between 9th and 17th February, where there will be a link to each artists work. The preview event will take place tomorrow evening at 20 Margaret Street from 7pm at the European Design Centre, if you would like to attend the preview please send an email today to email@example.com
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