Art Out The Door

My original artwork for page 129 of Stuck Rubber Baby is on its way to Canada this morning, thanks to a collector in Montreal who has just purchased it through Steve Krupp’s Curio Shoppe, Denis Kitchen’s online comic art marketplace.

So with the gods of original-art commerce smiling today, maybe it’s a good time to mention to longtime Wendel-lovers out there that my cover painting for Wendel On The Rebound, the long-out-of-print collection published back in 1989 by St. Martin’s Press, would dearly love to have a nice wall to hang on.

It’s on my mind because, unlike most of the original art I sell to collectors, I can send this one out already matted. Y’see, the local framer who prepared my art for the recent exhibition at Gallery 51 got an especially good deal on some matteboard he bought in bulk and passed on his savings to me. (Thanks, Brad. Now put up a web site for Framing by Design and I’ll give you a proper link.)

This is a favorite painting of mine and I’ll probably frame it for one of my own walls here at home. But since making new money from old art is my main hope for economic survival, I thought I would mention it here before I do.

If you check my web site’s Art For Sale page you’ll see that the normal price for this piece is $750. But to reward the loyal fans who take time to look in on this blog, I’ll lower the price to $700 and throw in the matte for free if you’ll step up to the plate before I come to my senses.

First come, first served. Mention this blog entry or I won’t know to give you the special deal.

About Howard

I'm a cartoonist and writer, best known for my graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, and my comic strip from the 1980s, Wendel.
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