Side A of The Good Slave
So I have officially sent in my submissions for the La Luz De Jesus Coaster Show. I’ve got no clue if they’ll be accepted. Upon reflection, pricing is a factor (welcome to the art business). So I’ve dropped the asking price down to $50.
People have been asking how to purchase. If you want to buy one of the pieces, you could contact the gallery at firstname.lastname@example.org and inquire.
Side B of The Good Slave. I like this side better, but doubted it would get accepted. You get two pieces of art for $50 on one coaster. Can’t beat it! Seriously, I put a lot of work into these.
I can’t honestly think it would hurt to contact the gallery to ask to purchase. I just can’t see the gallery turning down the money. The art itself might not be accepted for the show, but hey, that’s art.
Femdom Fetish Art: Heel! Reflections of Femdom. I transferred a sketch of the shoe onto the coaster. That sketch is the only ephemera from this project.
If accepted. The piece will go on display and up for sale for $50. If the piece doesn’t sell right away, the gallery will eventually discount it by 10%. If the piece doesn’t sell, the gallery still retains the right to sell on the piece for six months after. Meaning, I can’t be approached to sell for a lower price after the exhibition, which is the right thing to do when you think about it.
These are originals, in acrylic. There are no prints. There was only one sketch, which was for the piece above, and it was only of the shoe.
Bondage Art: Purple Pain. The purple is metallic acrylic ink. Note the woman in the corset holding a whip reflected in the ball gag
If none of the pieces are accepted for the show, I can only assume the policy is I can’t sell them for at least six months. Seriously. The materials are actually provided by the gallery. This exhibition was by invitation only. So to sell these off right away, even if rejected, would be rude. And I like Matt Kennedy.
Here’s one more thing to think about. Nothing says I can’t paint over them if rejected. I can just whip some gesso over them and start something for next year.
So if you like’em. Well, email@example.com hint hint, nudge nudge