On May 20 and 21 we'll be hosting a studio art sale at our home in Chelsea. Among the available work will be several drawings of 1979 Detroit Tigers, based on the Topps baseball cards (which I have managed to hang on to for almost forty years). Need a Lou Whitaker? Sorry, didn't have his card. However, there are plenty of '79 Tigers to choose from to embellish the walls of your man cave.
An array of new and not-so-new work will be available at our studio sale this coming May. Many pieces, including those pictured here, will be presented in custom, blackened cedar frames.
Along with the big expensive stuff, we'll be offering some modestly priced items at our Studio Sale in May. All natural (except for the ink and varnish) birchbark bookmarks, each with a one-of-a-kind look and feel will be priced to move. We'll display these in the check-out lane to encourage impulse buying.
This coming May we'll host a studio sale that will feature paintings, constructions, drawings and some letterpress printed notecards. Above is a detail from a series of drawings (which will be available at our studio sale) based on Detroit Tiger baseball cards from 1979. The groundwork for the dominant 1984 World Series Championship team was being laid, Sparky Anderson was at the helm and Ernie Harrell was in the booth. There are eight or nine other drawings in the series.