There's a plethora of imagery in this latest artwork. Featured, of course is one standout vehicle from Frank Lloyd Wrights collection of over 80 automobiles during his lifetime. Take your time. Inquire about purchasing this important work. Cheers, Mickey
Sorry you missed out on this one.The exhibit was really crowded and a few critters crashed the party at midnight, but did not affect the success of a great show. Lots of bikers and collectors. See you next time. Mickey... P.S. text 480.847.9889 for an event at your showroom.
October 1, 2022: Still Life, Landscape, Narrative. The edited Infinity badge on the grill was a great opportunity to have fun. Placement...Off-centered? Nope. The composition all came together and meaningful elements conspired to create balance and harmony. TaaDaa!
All artworks in my Virtual Garages portfolio are created taking the current trends into consideration. This means that in addition to a real/fungible piece in a size of your choice participation in the current collector environment: NFTs, digital frame (interactive), presentation
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This piece is presented in large scale on a stairwell textured wall. Printed on canvas, matted and simply framed. DRAMATIC! A second copy can be made for another purpose. All options are available. The rights belong to the collector.
This vibrant night/desert environment is shown here printed on FujiFlex mounted to1/8" acrylic (1/4" available). The art is floating. Look carefully for the other night-lit denizens. Cheers, Mickey
This piece and another have been saved in the portfolio that I have been ruthlessly culling...I am unique in that I do not save lesser efforts to sell at another time.
I was taking a break from vehicles and relaxed with still life.
I have found that a dramatic still life makes a great large statement. I think there is an example of this some where in the site. In that case a canvas print, no frame.
There's much to see here. Lots of great pottery, cacti, plants. There are 3 pieces featuring this Corvette. I fell in love with it. Also some other vehicles situated in courtyards and outside iconic adobe walls/doors.
Get in touch with me for a TRUNK SHOW. Cheers, Mickey
Behind the cacti wall: Hard to explain the time, place or event.
The limited color palette is great for almost any setting. Ground and rocks are some important features of a virtual garages narrative.
The Question is where is this desert...I invented the narrative and put in all of my favorite things, the vehicle (natch) rock formations, cacti, sky and bobcat. I kept the ground very simple to emphasize the shadow that is part of the oval features.
I love the abstract background artwork in this. It's a keeper. In a previous life I was a gallery artist in Los Angeles for DeVorzon Gallery in the Pacific Design Center.
I was trying to make inroads with Harley Davidson through the Golden dealership before learning that it was never to be. They are very controlling in terms of their brand and relationships. The bikers are great but unfortunately not art collectors. I also had a space at the Expo, a huge affair with lots of stuff for sale. Here I displayed small framed pieces including a neat set of Superheroes & Bikes.
As you can see in the above Gallery Setting Zombies are great art collectors.They go for the atmospheric landscapes and small details. LMK if you would like to see a higher resolution image.
Cheers, Mickey (aka Virtual Garages artist-in-residence).
Because I find it nearly impossible to talk about the artworks in virtual garages the above conveys what I intend patrons who, when asked "What's it about?" can reply "Visit the online gallery and see for yourself." After viewing many "garages" and wanting to see more, I invite you to get in touch. To be on the safe side email: email@example.com & text/talk: 480.847.9889
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Lots of great stuff in my narrative. The grey falcon and Pagani are the stars.
I have been an owner of Levaluk water appliance and entrepreneur affiliated with this established and privately-held Japanese company for around fifteen years. A plethora of knock-off, fake, re-branded, cheaper and misrepresented product lines (probably in the hundreds and from various countries and manufacturers) continues to flood the market with advertising and promises. No surprise there. None of the above applies to this stalwart company. No surprise again. Starting as an appliance for hospital and without much fanfare in the United States, introducing in California, (natch) the Enagic Levaluk water appliances are available in all major countries and some unlikely ones as well. See above. Enough said.