New Resined Print Release: “Recompose.”

by ncwinters on August 27, 2015

New limited edition resined print release!

With the success of the first two now sold out resined print releases of both “Low Key Resplendent,”  and “Different on the Inside,” I’ve decided to do another one, this time of “Recompose.” In the tradition of ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,’ this new release is in the exact same format: prints are 6″ x 8″ and mounted to three quarter-inch high quality pine ply. The edition size is only 12, each print signed and numbered before sealed with a resin finish. The prints will be available in the online shop Friday, August 28.

As usual, for the absolute best chance to purchase one, make sure you’re signed up for the newsletter in the sidebar, as newsletter subscribers will be sent the exact drop time. The newsletter contains an update of what’s been happening in the studio as well as some insight into my art process. Prints are $100 each plus shipping, limit one per household. As an added incentive, every resined print purchase will come with a small original ink drawing, samples of which can be seen below. What a deal! Enjoy “Recompose.”


“Recompose” limited edition resined prints
Print size: 6″ x 8″ Limited edition of only 12.
Archival giclée print on 100% cotton, mounted to wood and sealed with resin.
Each print is signed & numbered. Available for $100 each, plus shipping.

FREE small original skull drawing included with every resined mounted print!

Prints will be available in the store Friday, August 28.



MiniSkulls2upFree swag!


Here they all are, one randomly included with each resined print.


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Summer January 21, 2017 at 11:17 am

Short, sweet, to the point, FRE-aexEctly as information should be!

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The greatest thing about 2004 is that it forever removed the only reasonably interesting thing about the Red Sox – the so-called Curse. Now, they are just another team, like the Diamondbacks or Angels or Marlins. And, they will remain the highest payroll to win a World Series (just because the Yankees do it, and do it poorly, doesn’t make it right).The Red Sox are ruining baseball, and thanks to the 2004 WS win, no one has to give a crap about them anymore.[Now THAT’s stirring up acrimonious discussion.]

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