About this Piece
This piece was inspired by handmade signs shown in Portland, Oregon during the eventful year of 2020. I walked and explored the city taking photographs to capture this historic time. Despite the isolation during this "Big Pause", it opened people up to see things with new awareness and compassion, and express themselves through signs and messages despite the closed doors.
The artwork is available in two formats:
1) Printed on a metal panel (aluminum):
These will be produced as limited editions of 3 sizes (see below). Once the edition has been purchased, no other pieces will be made in this medium at this size.
Here industrial UV-coated inks are printed directly on aluminum, creating a deeper, more translucent layered look which also allows the imagery's detail to pop so well off the surface. In this piece, I chose a white background to allow the vivid colors to reflect off the piece.
This piece is ready to hang with a framed, wire-backed hanger. It floats 1/2 inch off the wall. Below see the Left Room photo to see how it looks.
Metal Panel Prints are made to order. Please allow 10-14 days for shipping.
9x12 Edition = 8 Total
15x20 Edition = 8 Total
- 1/8 Available At Portland Art Museum Rental Sales Gallery
24x32 Edition = 5 Total
2) Archival Paper Pigment Print:
I use Museum-grade, 100% cotton rag, 250 gsm paper. Printed with an Epson SureColor P5000 and 11 UltraChrome HDX Pigment Inks that ensure visibility of the smallest details, and colors that appear as fresh as day one, even after 100 years. These are open editions.
Below see the Right Room photo to see how it looks framed.
Framing is not included.
Each print is signed and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Archival Prints are made to order. Please allow 7-10 days for shipping.
Custom sizes are available in both media, just email me for a quote.
10% of the proceeds of this artwork will be donated to NAACP.