Just an update on our last Print Offer—Arduina Caponigro (Mrs. John Paul) and Caponigro Arts Executive Director Diane Walsh have informed me that all of the prints from our last print offer have now been shipped. If yours hasn't arrived by about ten days from now, you should contact Caponigro Arts, or me.
Has anyone gotten theirs? I'm curious to know what you think. I've gotten a number of glowing comments by private email...
Big thanks to everybody who participated. Our next sale starts one week from now!
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Featured Comments from:
MarkB: "Received mine last week (up here in the Great White North), and was surprised by how deep the colors are, as well as how big the whole sheet is (my framing ideas are changing now that I have it in my hands). Compared to my expectations based on the little screen jpegs, the proximity of the two images is much more balanced in person. A wonderful print!"
Paul Bien: "Does anyone have any ideas about how best to frame the Caponigro print(s)? Specifically, would you have a mat cut to frame both prints together, or would you have a mat cut with 2 separate holes, thus having a bit of mat board separating the prints? What might be a good final frame size?"
Mike replies: I can tell you what I'm going to do. I'm going to have my framer mount the whole sheet behind a spacer, so the frame is the same size as the sheet and all you see is the sheet. Probably with a dark and somewhat wider than usual metal frame, but I haven't picked that yet. I might have to rethink this plan if it requires the print to be mounted, because I wouldn't want to do that.