Just finished up this piece for a benefit show at Kettle Art ("For The Love of Kettle") on February 11th. I'm told every year there's a line down the block of people waiting to get their hands on the work, all of which sells for $50. This is a major steal, by the way, and there's a huge group of talented Dallas artists showing work.
This piece was a challenge for me in the sense that I was working on a primed piece of wood instead of my super smooth claybords, which required that I use different tools to contend with the rougher and more absorbent surface. I went through a large handful of pens, sharpies, markers, brushes, and finally settled into a comfortable use of a dip nib pen. So far all of these new gallery opportunities are forcing me to really stretch out of my comfort zone, material wise, while retaining a sense of my usual aesthetic. All good things!