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Sunday, March 16, 2008

ON THE LAKE - MAINE / FROM THE ARCHIVE

FROM THE DOCK


ACROSS THE LAKE


VAL



A few summers ago I was invited to join a few friends for a weekend in Maine on a small lake. Aside from hanging with a small group of creative friends, drinking wine and playing in the lake, I was also commissioned to create a few prints for the homes owner. The first 2 images were for the owner, the last image of "Val" was for my friends who asked me to come along. Invariably, I produce a number of prints inspired from all of my trips, so anyone out there willing to host me for more than a weekend, you'll end up with some fun company, a hard worker if necessary and a few original prints for your personal collection. All International and Domestic offers welcome!!!

6 comments:

the ice chewer said...

Wow. There is a calm japanese element to this work.

Anonymous said...

san francisco...i need some more current prints, not from the el nino of '97!!! tho it is still framed and up! as well as many others...i really like those prints tho...mb

dberube-art said...

You need new prints? Well I need new prints too. Been busy with the "other" work, and personal crap, haven't been nearly as productive as I would like.

Besides, I need to travel, get some inspiration that way. Stewart in China said to come for a visit whenever we want, we can use Shanghai as a jumping off point. I'm just waiting to see what my taxes and living situation pans out to be in order to commit to something. Still interested?

George G said...

I love that first print, From The Docks; the color blocking and the line work have nice retro feel to them (maybe because of the subject matter too) and I love me a vintage referential...

dberube-art said...

Hey George-

I completely agree with the retro thing. It was unintentional but became immediately apparent to me as well once I pulled the print. I think it also has something to do with the color combo. That earthy selection of colors bring me back a bit.

c gregori said...

Across the Lake is great.