This is a pub sign. Indoors for an English pub.
Halfway there , mounting the main piece and preparing to make a small cabinet and the lettering for the sign .
The portrait is life size.
The frock and head covering / hair , is incomplete .
All wood. But not build for exterior display.
Mixed wood types.Basswood.Pine Mahogany. Fruitwood.
Mounted on stable plywood platform.
Once the cabinet is made then the carving will be gessoed and painted.
The payment is always in cash . U S Dollars . Either to my hand in bills or :
The transaction , in the case of small pieces which can be shipped such as 1:12 figurines and graphic works , must be via pay pal. Or a similar handler.
You pay me , this is in escrow until you receive the purchase. I take the payment at that time.
I NEVER sell without the money in my bank/pay pal account/ hand.
I never ship or deliver until I am paid.
The buyer pays the shipping cost.
There are NO Returns. This is art workshop and not Sears or Walmart.
I never pay to show my work .
Should a gallery want to show my work , they take a percentage of the price once they make a sale and the deal is done.
That is the gallery payment. No other payment will be made to a gallery other than the monies gathered as a percentage of the price.
The Gallery is responsible for any damage done to the work and must pay for the reworking or repair.
The gallery will responsible for delivery to a buyer , unless a written agreement is made.
The garden and conservatory Plasters .
These are sold from my house at thirty ( unmounted ) to sixty dollars ( mounted .)
There are concrete versions .
All sales are final.
All sales are done in cash bills.
No credit cards.
No Returns for any reason.
1950’s .( British ad. School)
paper ink acrylic.
40 lb paper
40 bucks plus shipping.
17″ by 24″ approx.
For Mnerva . A dedication and display with small trinket box.
As of Nov 30 . 2018.
The display and offering box are incomplete as yet.
Bodicca Nov 30 2018 .
This is coming up to be finished soon.In the fashion of ceramics of the period. As always there is only one of these .
I am reworking the portrait currently.
About two pounds in weight.
These are shots of the knocker upper ( google ) who worked a North Eastern City in England. Late 1890’s through early 1900’s.
The Knocker uppers were usually women , sometimes men who worked as human alarm clocks for the shift workers in the ship yards, mills and mines.
Aves ( pulverized stone and Resin , carved .) Acrylic paint on aluminum interior and mahogany base.
The workshop is usually busy. The last five years of work are coming to a finish.
Designed for the standing worker , this table is pine and mahogany . Started Spring 2018.
Currently the top is being given a beaded edge and the carving is being completed in situ.
This project will be updated as time permits.