Fall Wall Art, “Working Stiff #4”
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Many of us live day-to-day in this mode, don’t we? Our children know how to do it. Even seniors are learning at likely a continuing, rapid clip. We all learn how to do this, what you see here. Is it good? Is it ‘real living?” Is it…living at all? If not, what is it? My son says, “Dad, it’s moving electrons, that’s ALL it is.” He has a point.
You can find recent news of George Delany Art at this link, I hope. We have had a busy fall, and thank those who have supported my work and website.
This image is one from a short series I did some years ago, from an acrylic study on masonite board, 5″ square as I recall. The new “working stiffs” of the 21st century, often now referred to as “keyboard warriors,” a name that amuses me, I confess.
The more time goes by, the better I like this set of images. The version of a nude woman sitting here in this chair, regrettably, sold some years ago. I wish I still had it. All prints are high-quality, good materials, excellent overall quality. Do NOT hang in sunlight, or bright light. Preservation would urge muted light.
You may find other such images in my Painting Prints gallery…don’t hesitate to take a look. ORDER NOW, and add ten days to your production turn-around time. COVID and shopping pressures have complicated delivery times, so the smart art print holiday shopper will act sooner rather than later.
Check out two unusual features on my art site: The first– WALL Preview, 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– What a year we are wrapping up. Perhaps not ironically, the subject of Thanksgiving is especially resonant, this year. Economic woes, international woes, job woes, political woes, all sorts of woes. So it would seem normal and good that we really look carefully at what we love and value. I am fortunate to be lucky enough to do this. We know not everyone is so fortunate. Our notion of citizenry, of common ground, of common purpose, of perhaps even the Two Great Commandments, may be more poignant in its resonance this year, isn’t it so? And then, there is our own history. Do you know the story of the Mayflower? Do you know the story of the Mayflower Compact? We learned about this holiday long ago…in first and second grade. The messages are resonant today more so than at any time in recent memory…except perhaps for the months and years after the hideous tragedy of 9.11.01. In trying times, may we call into clear focus who and what we cherish and value, this Thanksgiving.