Work in progress from The Spoils.
From the digital exhibition catalogue from Sterling Clinton Hundley: http://blog.sterlinghundley.com/
“(continued from Common denominators, part 1)
Given that business is ultimately the means by which we are able to afford our own time to consume, to create, and fill all the spaces between, it is necessary to understand that without a thing (a skill, a product, a service, etc.) that is either of use or want to someone else, that we are left without the means to exchange our time for theirs.
We are ultimately dealing with the currency of time, all things governed by such. This stated, time seems rather an important, albeit abstract element to leverage. Additionally, the exchange rate can be quite unfair in reference to the time of one person as compared to another. To say that all time were equal equates more to communism than capitalism, and does not apply to a world connected…”
A FRUITLESS ENDEAVOR. LIMITED (100) GALLERY PRINT from Sterling Clinton Hundley
offered at $75.00 for immediate delivery
Limited to an edition of 100.
Created from the work, “A Fruitless Endeavor”, this collector’s edition gallery print has been expertly crafted and produced as a screen print on 100 lb archival French’s paper.
The work is richly embellished with an insignia from “The Spoils” exhibition series, as well as with a golden accent border.
At 14.5” x 24”, each print is signed and numbered by the artist and is suitable for framing.
Kickstarter Rewards of the same kind will ship first.
From Sterling Clinton Hundley:
Johnny Cash was originally commissioned by Tyler Darden at Virginia Living magazine. Commissioned to accompany an illustration of the Cater family, my first attempt at the work left me feeling that I had done a great injustice to the man-in-black…
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WORK IN PROGRESS for Kickstarter campaign- 18 hours left. I’ll be documenting the process on this piece, entitled “Apathy” tonight via instagram. 18 hours left on Kickstarter- new Stretch Goal: $18,500. Ideation Video, original sketches, Limited Edition folios, prints and more:http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/492770556/the-spoils-of-saint-hubris
STRETCH INCENTIVE: #5 ORIGINAL INK DRAWING ON 8 1/2” x 11” HEAVY-WEIGHT PAPER of “Ambition”. I intend to develop the “Ambition” character as a dimensional sculpture for the second exhibition in “The Spoils of Saint Hubris” series where he will play a large role in this developing narrative. These 10 ink drawings will be essential in the development of this important sculpture and will be chronicled through my blog, and offered as one color, limited edition prints when completed. This is your opportunity to own the original drawing that inspires the sculpture and prints. *Stretch rewards are not offered in combination with other reward levels.
Image shown is the concept sketch only. The final drawings will be refined to a level of finish.
Now available through my Kickstarter campaign- Stretch Incentive #2: Open Edition screen print of Johnny Cash as a 12” x 18”, 3-color, signed screen print on heavy-weight paper at $25.00 + shipping. This Stretch Incentive will not be included with other reward incentive! Final print not shown. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/492770556/the-spoils-of-saint-hubris