Check out all 100 paintings of six-oh-six! They’ll be heading to Harrisonburg, VA, in October for Eastern Mennonite University’s Centennial celebrations. The opening reception is Friday, October 13, 2017, from 4-6pm, there’s another reception Saturday, October 14 from 9:30-11:30am, and the show will be up through November 10.
You can take a chunk of six-oh-six home with you for the Centennial-apropos price of $100/each. If you buy 5 or more, you’ll get a 5% discount; if you buy 16 or more, you’ll get a 10% discount. For each sale from now through November 30, 2017, I’ll also be donating 20% of the purchase price to EMU’s art program.
Each painting is 10″x10″ square, acrylic on wood panel, signed and numbered on the back. I’ll begin shipping work in January 2018.
Artwork is for sale through my Etsy store.
To keep text together, I’m selling the paintings in clusters. There are a few doubles, a lot of sets of four, a big set of 16, and the entire “ALL” section can be purchased individually (however, if you want to buy multiples, please do so sequentially).
The map below outlines my recommendations for keeping text together. For example, SATB #1-4 will be sold together as a set of 16 paintings; S #5-6 will be sold as a set of 2; SA #15-16 will be sold as a set of 4; ALL #1 will be sold on its own or you could purchase ALL #1-4 as a set; etc. When purchasing, please be clear about which letter/number combo interests you. If you prefer a different grouping, I’m happy to discuss (pending availability).
Note that S=Soprano, A=Alto, T=Tenor, B=Bass and ALL=the four voice parts combined. The map’s text follows the Soprano line.
x1 = $100
x2 = $200
x4 = $400
x8 = $760 (5% off)
x16 = $1440 (10% off)
I am one of five artists commissioned by Eastern Mennonite University to create 100 paintings in celebration of EMU’s Centennial in 2017. I have translated a beloved Mennonite hymn, fondly known as “606” after its number in an old Mennonite hymnal, into a series of 100 ten-inch-square paintings. The artwork captures the spirit of Mennonites’ traditional four-part a cappella singing. Collectively, the paintings represent the entire hymn, displaying the interweaving of the four voice parts; individually, the paintings stand alone as studies of color and texture.
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