in these days of colder weather, nothing warms up the heart like fiddling with blog settings – I hope at least.
I will be changing this site to exclusively represent Studio Liink, the artist’s print studio, offering updated information about our printing an other services.
Red Door Gallery has grown into it’s own site at redgallerydoor.com with a blog feature to talk about our gallery work, receptions and the arts at redgallerydoor.com/blog. As both functions are housed under one roof and the same ownership, please forgive any cross overs in the presentation in the past – as these businesses grew into their specific sections of the art market, one little step at a time, over the last year. The gallery work is most exciting and has brought new artists into our town and is committed in the future to bring you the best and most creative works in photography, contemporary art and some sculpture. The schedule for 2013 is taking shape and promises a great show year for 2013.
Studio Liink is entirely dedicated to custom fine art print work with the latest technology, extensive art reproduction work and a highly personal and involved working relationship with artists, offering a custom fine art print specialized “plug in” of sorts to their own studio work. SL approaches every job as a unique effort and co-operation between the artist and the printer, we leave all the cookie cutter pre-set print work to many internet providers, focused on the in and out fast and cookie cutter print work.
SL just added a new service: fine art custom framing with a great assortment of European mouldings to choose from – becoming a one stop shop from print work to the finished framed art project, ready for the art market of collector.
The possibilities in creative print work are only limited by the amount of time and expense committed to it – one can achieve amazing results in creating fine art editions, limited or open ended and even more interesting use the digital tools set as a part of creating the final output of art work, by mixing the stages of painting and print work in a continuous creative process – I will blog about this soon in detail with a project with the artist Janet Crittenden in a project that creatively mixed the artist’s own traditional brush work with digital stages to create some amazing print work.
If you have any questions just drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org!