Technorganic. ink and colored pencil. 28″ x 28.”
11″ x 14″ open edition print
18″ x 18″ open edition print
28″ x 28″ signed and numbered, limited edition print (out of 250)
24″ x 24″ customed framed, hand-embellished one of a kind print
Want to purchase this artwork? Buy it directly from the artist at the following shows:
The Tennessee Renaissance Festival
Ohio Renaissance Festival
About the Piece:
I started this piece in Nov. of 2007, and finished it January 11, 2009. Phew, that took some time. The Chinese kanji is “yin” and “yang,” a balance of metal and ivy, technology and nature, light and dark, order and chaos. The metal begins and ends orderly, bolted cleanly to the paper, almost as if it was manufactured. The ivy on the other hand tears through the paper, growing and spreading, weaving in and out of the metal beams.
The three less expensive options are standard prints, prints on lustre paper on an archival HP printer. The most expensive option is a hybrid between a print and an original. I start by printing onto illustration board. I then spend about 10-15 hours tracing and redrawing on top of the print, using the original media that the piece was completed in, ink and colored pencil. So each one of these is one-of-a-kind print/original. I then frame the hybrid exactly as the original piece was framed, using sheet metal for matboard, and a Cedar inspired wood frame (don’t think it is made from real Cedar).
Please note, the prints do not have the matting and framing as part of the image.
The original is in the private collection of Jamie Herron.
LibertyCon, Kid’s Choice Award, 2011.
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