So, this hurricane set me back quite a bit in terms of technology. Not personally, but someone who handles a lot of my technology was out for a couple weeks.
I can’t begin to imagine what that must feel like for him. Taking technology away from someone that makes a living managing these types of things would be like restricting me from creating artwork for two weeks.
I can’t imagine what that must be like. Even worse, there are people on these islands out of power for likely a long, long, time.
On a more positive note, he’s back in action and able to work on things like he never skipped a beat. All while keeping me informed of what’s going on and why.
This is one of the many reasons why I like to work closely with a small number of reliable people. I prefer to keep a “tight working” network versus a larger less reliable team. Whatever works, right?
Let me get to the art…
A lot has happened since I last emailed subscribers. In a nutshell I…
- Did some charity work
- Recorded about two dozen more videos
- Played around with the creation of a fun commercial video
- Started a very large piece (set to take thousands of hours estimated price between $30k and $50K depending on the exact time)
- Created a few smaller commissioned pieces
That’s the scoop there!
Now, you’re probably wondering what I’ve recently released to the gallery.
Instead of showcasing a piece that I’ve personally created, I’ve instead decided to release a piece by Valery Kosorukov.
This is a 9” x 12” oil on masonite, signed by Valery Kosorukov. He’s considered one of the top Russian artists with pieces auctioning for thousands. Do a little bit of Internet research and you’ll know exactly what I mean.
If you’re interested in this piece, check it out here and be sure to watch the video associated with it as well.
Just hit the play button on the product page! Click image to see more…