This is a group of panels called "Guardian", along with a metal bird from Mohr-McPherson, a Boston import store, a carved wooden heron from a birding supply shop in St. Johns, Newfoundland, together with what appears, disturbingly, to be the beginning of a collection of cat heads. The small painting to the right is called "Pleased".
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HI, I'm sending many photos, because I Just Can't Decide. Although I don't presently have gallery representation I'm hoping to get a website together to sell my work within the next six months, and would love to get some reaction from AT readers.
Artwork: Time to Choose by David Shrigley
The first is a pretty poor shot of a piece called, ironically enough, Time to Choose. I have it pinned up in my kitchen and I love, love, love it. Next to it is a collage I made to cover the circuit-breaker box. I'm expecting a bonus any second now, and framing TTC is on my list of thngs to spend it on.
the other two are by my cheapest favorite source of cheap art, me.
The first of these is a giclee print, The Birds. It's 20x30, unframed.
the second is a group of sign-enamel on masonite paintings called "The French Cat." It's 14 inches tall by 84" long.
This last one is a 12"x12" tile, one of a pair that I bought at a holiday sale at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts for $40, and which seems not to be signed.