Saturday, December 16, 2006
Honeychild, 2006. Watercolor and pencil on maple panel. 10 x 8 inches. $1,800.
The holidays are here, and you still haven’t found that unique gift? May I make a suggestion?
Sleeping Position, 2005. Watercolor, gouache, pencil and acrylic on maple panel. 14 x 11 inches. $2,000.
If you’re giving a gift to the person who sleeps by your side, even better—you’ll get to look up every day and remember what an awesome gift you gave.
Let’s face it. You’re grown up now. It’s time to take down the posters and put up some art. Your eyes will thank you for it, as will your guests: art makes for great conversation pieces.
Your accountant will thank you too. It can be a fine investment.
Soul Love, 2006. Watercolor and pencil on birch panel. 14 x 12 inches. $2,000.
But your best reward will be looking at such knock outs as these works by Suzannah Sinclair, a young artist based in Boston.
I recently saw some of these pieces in person, and they are gorgeous. Subtle lines and tones bring out these sexy figures in an intimate scale.
Nocturnal Blond, 2005. Watercolor and pencil on Arches paper. 22 x 30 inches. $1,800.
Trained as a printmaker, Sinclair brings a printer’s respect for surface to these drawings and paintings. The wood grains and paper texture remain as considered visual elements.
Imagine waking up with these beauties every day. You just want to reach out and touch them.
Golden Slumbers, 2005. Watercolor and pencil on Arches paper. 22 x 30 inches. $1,800.
For more information, contact Camilo Alvarez (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Boston’s Samson Projects. Tell him Jefferson sent you for special considerations.