Just posting some new acrylic paintings by artist, Francisco Verano. One of them is posted on top this week. These ones are more on the impressionist side, rather than the "detailed illustration" type.
I'm thinking if we have enough color-matched professional prints made, we could actually have many copies to sell for my dad for about $10 each. Then it's cheap enough and everyone can afford one. Instead of just a few high bidders winning a few paintings. Many of the 3rd and 4th generation family members who attend the reunion (in their teens and 20's) could afford them to put in their rooms or office/cubicles.
Just a thought. I'll ask Cion Rael if I could sell prints like how Art sold the PS hats and pins at the last reunion.
Post by rainbowtrout on Apr 19, 2008 19:14:53 GMT -5
VICTOR - These paintings need to be reproduced, numbered, signed, and offered for sale. These are equal in quality to the National Guard's art work. The Philippine Scout materials I see selling on eBay indicate the reproductions would be a good fund raiser. -Sue (http://www.militaryconnections.com/nationalguardprints.cfm - These are free, yet they are sold on eBay.)