Here are two examples:
Pumpkin by Andrea Wilson, lithograph print. This tiny kitty is perhaps 4" tall and sits in the middle of a sheet of beautiful creamy paper. Part of the charm of the print is the tiny size of the kitty on this large sheet of paper.
Ok. It's not Christmas...I know that.
I did quite a few of these Santas for Christmas as cards to family and friends. He was a hit with everyone that received one. Made frame shops quite a bit of money!
I also did a few larger ones for the Inner Bean and for the Gallery on the Row which I was a partner in. Not nearly as charming...
Was it the fact that they were done in acrylics or that they were MUCH bigger!
Another thought on size. Saw a lovely airplane oil painting last Night at the North Augusta Art Guild. Just a beautiful painting EXCEPT one plane had a big yellow nose. It was the focal point in the painting big yellow round....was it out of proportion or did it just not translate well from the picture he used to paint it because it was now huge?
As I said does size matter? What do you think?
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