A Very Special Offering……..

 

WORKS:

LILY  will head west unless someone wants to grab her at a spectacular price – $3000. The piece is powder-coated aluminum, approximately  4′ x 8′ and can be mounted horizontally or vertically.

ISLAND PARK Limited-Edition Lithograph signed and numbered,  image 21×28 paper size 24×31  retail price $160 – $ 80

 

THE CASINO, FLORIDA IN THE 50’S Limited-Edition Lithograph signed and numbered,  image 21×32  paper size 24×36  retail price $160 – $ 80

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THE CASINO,FLORIDA IN THE 50’S Limited-Edition Lithograph signed and numbered,  matted and custom framed.   retail price $465 – $ 230

 

 

WINTER QUARTERS,FLORIDA IN THE 50’S – Archival Pigment Print on canvas with a hand painted border, signed and numbered,  30×40  retail price $1500 – $ 750

 

FLORIDA POLITICS –  Archival Pigment Print on canvas,  signed and numbered,  36×48  retail price $ 900 – $ 450

BYRD’S, FLORIDA IN THE 50’S –  Archival Pigment Print on canvas, wrapped finished sides, signed and numbered,  24×30.  (Some very minor paint splatter on this piece. I got carried away when I was working on another painting!) retail price $ 550 – below wholesale!  $ 225

TROPICAL LATTITUDES –  Custom Framed –  Archival Pigment Print on canvas,  signed and numbered,  30×40  retail price $ 950 – $ 475

 

TROPICAL LATTITUDES Florida Winefest Poster – Framed 16x20x retail price $ 95 – $ 45

 

SUNNYSIDE UP –  Archival Pigment Print on canvas,  wrapped, signed and numbered,  18×24  retail price $ 325 – $ 165

SUNNYSIDE UP –  Archival Pigment Print on canvas,  wrapped, signed and numbered,  14×18  retail price $ 250 – $ 125

SATURDAY MATINÉE. FLORIDA IN THE 50’S –  custom framed,  Archival Pigment Print on canvas, signed and numbered,  24×30  retail price $ 800 – $ 400

REHEARSAL –  Artist proof,  Archival pigment print on paper, signed and numbered,    retail price $ 175 – $ 85

How to Reserve:

Email me at: studio@dagdart.com with the description of the artwork.  I will reply with a confirmation and see you, Wednesday August 22nd for pick up.

 

 

 

Lily in “Tickle Me”

My very favorite alligator “Lily”  is a pleasure to play with.  I introduced her into my work as  “The Waiter Gator” when I was the artist of the year for the Florida WineFest.

Her 3 dimensional debut came in 2012.  The alligator became a public art installation on Palm Avenue in the City of Sarasota.

Her suave figure has appeared in a number of illustrations….

 

Last month Lily was again cut from aluminum plate and finished as a four foot by eight foot sculpture named appropriately – “Tickle Me”.

 Sometimes its hard for an artist to let go of a creation.  Walter the rabbit just keeps multiplying and I keep inventing roles to pose him in.  I’m rather fond of the “Jitterbug” and “Walter’s Frolics” pictured below.

"Jitterbug" - aluminum - 5'x 6.6.'

“Jitterbug” – aluminum

"Walter's Frolics" - aluminum

“Walter’s Frolics” – aluminum

I designed the rabbit in the summer of 2009.  The first piece was hand cut from aluminum plate and was being hand sanded, buffed and powder coated the week Walter Cronkite died.  Thus the name Walter.  In some odd way the name fit and it reminds me every time I am confronted with one of the sculptures, or when I go back to work on a new pose, of the impact an exceptional newsperson can have on your memories of events through a lifetime.