Wired Series of Digital Painting Experiments
These digital paintings are unique and present paintings on canvas that can only be made through the digital-painting-to-print process. It allows for a spontaneity and effect I don't think possible with brush and paint on canvas. My goal at this time is to produce at least 5 large scale prints on canvas plus a few smaller canvases for an exhibit @ New Zone Gallery Eugene in 2023. Each large painting would be 40" x 60" or larger. I have applied for grants. $5,000 would cover the expenses of a large format print vendor and related costs for the canvases, smaller images, flyers, posters and installation. Three donations of $1700 would enable the show in 2023. Each donator would receive one of the large paintings in return. Or one full donated amount of $5000 would receive three of the large paintings. Please contact me at  Sandy@Sandys.art to discuss. Thanks for listening. Blessings.

Works on this site copyleft.

"High Above, Mountains Sing" (2022) digital painting (wired series #18) (recently output on giclee canvas at 22" x 75", $1600.)
"The Best of Everything" (2016) digital painting (wired series #13)
"Coordinating Strategies" (2016) digital painting (wired series #15)
"Intractable" (2017) digital painting (wired series #17) (current 22" x 30" giclee canvas output, $650.)
"Working Towards Unity" (1997) digital painting (wired series #1)
"Tower" (1998) digital painting (wired series #3)
"Of Course You Can't!" (2005) digital painting (wired series #5)
"Calculator" (2021) digital painting (wired series #12)
"Jungle" (2008) digital painting (wired series #14)
"Post Mortem" (2006) digital painting (wired series #5)
"The Three Apostles of Industry" (2006) digital painting (wired series #11)
"Picturesque" (2006) digital painting (wired series)
"High Rise" (2006) digital painting (wired series #10)
untitled (2014), digital painting
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All works copyleft sandy 2016/17. Thank you Tup Wanders for the wonderful Fettecke font!
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