Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Pop Expressionism: Goes Little

Ian Sands, Pop Expressionism

Here are three new pieces still in the works. If they look similar to the vintage 21 pieces that's because they are similar characters. the big difference (no pun intended) is the size. Each of these pieces are no bigger than a foot and a half tall. Compared to the vintage 21 show where none of the pieces were under 7 feet tall.

Ian Sands, Pop Expressionism

The reason for the size change is twofold. first, I have a few upcoming shows where I won't have the same amount of space that I did at V21. Second, even though I sold all but two works from the V21 show, I still receive a lot of comments from people who say they like my work but don't have room for a nine foot yeti (not everyone does).

Ian Sands, Pop Expressionism

I still plan to create large pieces for all my upcoming shows but also will intermingle these smaller pieces as well. Besides, I think they are so cute!!

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PS: Use of the word "cute" to describe the works of Ian Sands is only allowed by the artist. All others are prohibited from using that word to describe his artwork. Please consider the word "whimsical" or check with a thesaurus for other related words.

Best regards,

The management

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5 comments:

C.R. Evers said...

OMG! Those are all so: fanciful, imaginative, quirky, capricious, endearing, playful and impulsive. (Pick and choose the adj. you like best. I got them all from my thesaurus.) ;0D

I think the gator is my personal fave in this bunch.

Ian Sands said...

I mentioned whimsical right?

C.R. Evers said...

sure, but I was leaving that word for those who don't have a thesaurus.

Ian Sands said...

Oh, THEM!

Karen Lee said...

They are cute and I want one.
so there.