I’m collecting photos of my paintings installed in all the wonderful places they live, along with some photos of how they’ve been displayed temporarily for shows or photoshoots. You can browse the individual artworks in my portfolio that have been updated with installation photos using the tag: #onthewall
If you’ve got a photo of one of my paintings in it’s spot at your place (or would like one taken), send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s add it to this collection!
Here’s a gallery of a few of these installation photos of my artwork in (mostly) contemporary interiors:
“Psyche” (top) and “Close”
“Peal” installed in a patient waiting area
“Seagate” Acrylic dispersion on recycled polymer canvas, 60 by 96 inches, on display this past summer in Chautauqua Institution’s Strohl Art Center
“Wheel” hangs in an art collector’s home.
“Sightline” installed at Blank Space April, 2015 along with “Close” and “Rajah”
The painting “Bare” by Randall Stoltzfus hangs in bedroom of the artist’s Brooklyn apartment
“Garden Gate” in situ at James Chapel. photo by Michael Turek
“Penumbra” installed in the LIMN showroom in San Francisco
I made a special miniature, reversed and adapted version of my new “Lost Rainbow” print just so I could send it into this year’s edition of Postcards from the Edge. Which means that someone with sharp eyes will take it home for $85 and support a good cause to boot. But even if the little rainbow I made stays lost, they’ll wind up with something fantastic; there’s a lot of beautiful stuff in this fundraiser.
Postcards From the Edge offers a rare opportunity to acquire original, postcard-sized artwork from internationally renowned and emerging artists for only $85 each. Offered on a first-come, first-served basis, over 1400 works are exhibited anonymously, and the identity of the artist is revealed only after the work is purchased. With the playing field leveled, all participants can take home a piece by a famous artist, or one who’s just making their debut in the art world. Nonetheless, collectors walk away with something beautiful, a piece of art they love!