I am excited to share that I have artwork available at Inman’s Picture Framing in Evansville, Indiana. My daughter helped me sleeve and prepare approximately 50 pieces of small art (5x5s. 6x6s, + 5x7s) — a basket of abstracts and a basket of representational art (birds, flowers, + still life). They have a gallery within their frame shop which makes it a cinch to purchase a piece of art and have it framed for a finished look. This Friday I’ll be taking Playing in Rain Puddles to Inman’s. I just need to let it sit for a couple more days, then varnish it so it will be ready to go.
The owners, Mike and Jessica, are so helpful and down-to-earth. They give off such a friendly vibe that even brand new art collectors can feel comfortable in their quest to buy original artwork.
I have had several pieces of art framed professionally by them and they always do impeccable work. I have always been pleased. Below is one of my charcoal drawings that I had them frame that was juried into the Art Noir exhibit at the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana last year.
Be sure to check out Inman’s online gallery at www.inmanspictureframing.com/online-gallery. Many local artists are represented.
P.S. This Friday, October 23rd, is the last day to register for my Relax + Paint online abstract painting course. The class begins on October 30th.