I know how important it is to see artwork before you purchase, but because you are already familiar with my work, you can more or less trust the outcome and I believe you will be interested in the interactive way the art evolves. This process will be an unheard conversation, an ongoing dialogue that happens between the creation of the art and your seeing it for the first time, knowing that it is especially for you. Obviously, this experiment goes beyond the ordinary studio practice of displaying art on the wall or in a gallery. Before you enroll in this process you will want to be familiar with my work, so you can trust the outcome.
Charles Dickens , Alexander Dumas, Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, among others, were published episodically. My project is not unlike their sequential publications appearing one section at a time. Like them there are artists today who are supported by patrons who fund their process of creating art.In modern times, with the rise of broadcast stripping the success of periodicals, and the comparative affordability of books allowing for traditional publishing to flourish, the serial format has seen a decline. I look forward to bringing this idea back in the form of a painting.
Here is how the project works. You sign up to receive an original artwork each month for six months. Each subscription covers the cost of shipment and materials. My time invested is essentially free. At the end of that period, you will have six pieces of art that can be framed and hung as individual pieces or combined into one interactive work. They are two prices for subscriptions depending on the size of the finished work.
After six months, you will have six pieces of artwork that evolve into one painting, an interactive way of creating art.