Friday, September 21, 2007

A SALUTE TO THOSE WHO TOIL IN BLINDING LIGHT

7 Comments:

Blogger Enjah said...

I feel the same angst portrayed in the print ... the triviality of the artist's daily concerns and the enormity of our spiritual quests.

8:32 AM  
Blogger galeria de antares said...

good good
pleura. salut animaliko!

2:26 PM  
Blogger Aeron said...

I appreciate that you're willing to share a decent sized example of this work online while selling it as a print. I've seen too many artists that only want insanely small examples of their work to be shown online, fearing that anything more than 500 pixels across will destroy their print sales.

Anyway, you might find this site useful as a point of reference for any future frog related works..
http://www.dkimages.com/discover/Home/Animals/Amphibians/Frogs-and-Toads/index.html

10:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The sheer gray scale intensity in this print would have made Diane Linkletter bounce back IN the window.

6:23 PM  
Anonymous San Diego Dentists said...

I've seen too many artists that only want insanely small examples of their work to be shown online, fearing that anything more than 500 pixels across will destroy their print sales.

11:15 AM  
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I've seen too many artists that only want insanely small examples of their work to be shown online, fearing that anything more than 500 pixels across will destroy their print sales.

1:07 PM  
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The triviality of the artist's daily concerns and the enormity of our spiritual quests.

1:46 PM  

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