From amongst my submissions this year to the 100 Grand show at Sullivan Goss, a piece from 2010, “Harlequins in Repose,” was chosen to be exhibited as a 16×16 inch print. I wasn’t sure how it would work to show the piece, which is originally a two square foot painting on canvas, in a smaller format, but I am pleased with how it came together. It’s a framed archival pigment-based giclee print on canvas.
For those who weren’t able to make it to the opening on the first Thursday of December, here are some photos from the opening and before:
Pausha and I with our pieces: Rosalie (top) and Harlequins in Repose (below)