Tuesday, April 14, 2009

There's a New Print in Town


Almost! I should say that it's not quite here, but super close- like you just heard it pull into the driveway and right now its keys are jangling at the front door. Both an 8.5 x 11 and a 12x15ish version of We Grew Together will be in the shop tomorrow afternoon. You remember this, right? From way back? The scanning issues, all that? Took me awhile to get it to print but I did it!

I have nothing else of real interest to report. I am, however, hoping to find a good home for a 12x15 print of Lengthening I made a few days ago that has a very small defect. Sometimes even my beloved printer makes a mistake and in this case the image area is perfectly fine but there are some grayish smudges in the white border. If it was matted you would never know the difference, so I'd hate for this to get tossed. I'm hoping someone out there might like to snatch it up for a cool 15 bones, versus the regular 28. If that someone might be you please let me know and I'll totally post it in the shop for you.


Thanks kids.

8 comments:

anicia said...

I like.

Angela said...

thanks!

Kristin said...

Oh, sweet heaven... I will be ordering a print of We Grew Together ASAP! I've been in love with it since I interviewed you!

I truly do love your work.

xoxo!

Angela said...

You are too kind, dear! Thanks so much, Kristin. You're a sweetheart. Hope all is well in Discover I.D. land!

Zoe said...

My long lost friend... I happened upon this wonderful website today, feeling slightly inspired to make art myself. Your ability to pursue what you love to do, and your undeniable happiness that arises from it is inspirational to me. I am intrigued with Jonny's new scholarship and love seeing your creations online. I hope all is well! Miss you. xo

Angela said...

ZOOOOOEEEEEE!!!

Marcos Minini said...

Hi Angela, nice illustrations.
Curious is the coincidence, I did this in 2003 for a theater play in Brasil. Take a look: http://www.flickr.com/photos/marcosminini/699757314/in/set-72157607058768482/

Angela said...

Wow! That is too weird! And even weirder- my initial plan for that drawing was to connect the two figures through braids as well- but it ended up being too complicated for me so I gave up on it and went with just swirls of hair instead. That's really so funny- thank you for sharing, Marcos!