Spring Wall Art, “Boy in the Hood1,” Cockerel Shingle Painting
Am late this week, though happy to make my 20th post, here. This is high-season for chickens, and so I’m holding out a few of my chicken-art works to mark the time of year. Here, you see, “Boy in the Hood 1,” a print of a painting originally done in acrylic on a wooden shingle, one of a series completed at the time. You can see my little promo on YouTube, a self-created, George Delany Art channel I will be developing, this summer. Hope you like!
Visit George Delany Art dot com, then the painting section– you will see this particular print, (“Boy in the Hood 1“) selection noted on the page. You can order this print in an assortment of materials including photo paper, art paper, metallic, canvas, and acrylic. Sizes are not too large, 20″+ plus perhaps a 3” matte, and a frame in any number of choices, black wood, white wood, barn wood, cherry wood. Then, you can use the Wall Review feature to IMAGINE this work on a particular wall. I like this feature, helpful!
Here is a demonstration of one of the features on my site: You get to see this work as it might appear in a particular setting, in this case, another from this series, “My Little Fluff Ball,” as she hangs in a living room setting.
On this beautiful late-Spring day, I invite you to investigate GeorgeDelanyArt…try two neat features on my site: The first– WALL Review, a capability that visualizes your art selection in your specifications as seen in different settings; living room, bedroom, sitting room, conference room, these sorts of things, as referenced, above. Secondly, the Live Augmented Reality feature that allows you to see your chosen art work on YOUR wall…in your setting. Pretty exciting stuff. This is my “business advice,” for the week– given the times, take a cue from chickens, this spring; begin life today as though you’ve just been hatched, you arrive in the coop, life is new, life is challenging, life is beautiful and anything is possible.