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August 24, 2009

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Shmikey

Tim, do you sell prints of your oils? I have limited resources, and would love to purchase a print of some of your still lifes, especially your pipe, tamper and tobacco tin(which looks like a Peterson's tin if I am not mistaken). I was a fine art major prior to switching to civil engineering (had to feed the family), and really appreciate your quality and competence with the brush. I actually had a reversion to the faith while I was studying art, because of the integrity of my instructor, who didn't mince words about his faith, and it ended up costing him his teaching career. That also discouraged me from pursuing an art vocation. I long to pick up my charcoal and brushes again, but for now I live vicariously through the likes of you and James Langley, and have great hope that we will see a new rennaiscance of Catholic art. Let us know if you have prints available. I am sure there are others who would love to view your works daily, but do not have the funds to obtain an original. God Bless you and your family.

Tim J.

Thank you kindly, Shmikey!

I do have a limited number of prints available, but only a few of certain pieces. Not the pipe, I'm afraid. The tobacco is actually Dunhill London Mixture, though I simplified it a bit.

I do have a tin of Peterson's Connoisseur's Choice.

The print process is expensive (even with giclee, which is much less expensive than lithography ever was).

I'll try to put together a post soon, showing the remaining prints I have.

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