This may come as a great shock to you, but my work is for sale. I know, you've been reading the blog for some time and it never occurred to you but yes, the blog is part of a marketing strategy intended to increase awareness of my work and to promote sales to collectors, galleries, curators in charge of museum purchases for their permanent collections and finally, for exhibitions where the work would be for sale.
And yes, if you've seen something of mine here or on the site or in person at an exhibition that you like, what better thing than to reach out to inquire about buying it?
Easy. This can be handled in person by you coming to the studio in Acton, MA or, if you're not local, work can be shipped to you.
The blog will continue, BTW. I have no big plans to end it. I am thankful to you, dear readers, for your continuing subscriptions. I know many of you have been with me for a very long time.
The preferred method for inquiring about purchasing my work is to email or call my daughter, Maru, at Insight Arts Management:
She can make an appointment to see the work in person and/or make arrangements to send it to you.
Note: Some of the earlier black and white series have limited availability as
they were made in pre-digital days on film and printed by me in the darkroom. Therefore, the originals are not easily reproduced and series works cannot be broken up as they are in narrative form. This is one of the downsides to working serially in that, in order to maintain series cohesion, the prints must remain as a set. In recent years I have not broken up these series and if one goes into a collection, all the prints must go.
If interested, you may, of course, buy a whole original series or, I can sell you a high-quality inkjet print of the scanned original. The former? Expensive. The latter: much less so.
All my work since about 2005 has been digital capture and made as archival inkjet prints. Therefore, easy to make and reasonable in cost. I do edition work, btw. Having something infinitely reproducible just doesn't make sense.
Interested? The clock keeps ticking and I am genuinely old now at 75. Who knows what's ahead but I am in good health and happy to show you work if you come to my studio in Acton. Or, if you can't do that, look over the imagery on the Gallery page of the site:
If you see something you like, reach out and we will discuss it. I look forward to hearing from you.