Atkinson Fine Art
Atkinson Fine Art

reach for the stars 2022

  • Seri-giclee on deckled Paper Image 38" x 29" Paper 42" x 33" Edition 195 25 Artist Proofs (AP) 20 Printers Proofs (PP) 15 Hors d Commerce (HC) Signed and Numbered by Tom Everhart. For BEST PRICE and availability - Call or use Contact Form. Also Exibition Edition Edition 9 + 3 AP Signed and numbered by Tom Everhart Image 50" x 38" Paper 52" x 42" For BEST PRICE and availability - Call or use Contact Form. The subject matter of "In the Bu With My Boo," another work from the Coconut Radio series, was meant to be about the beauty and honesty of peace. Created during the pandemic, this work represents the very first moments of peace that we were able to experience after many months of daring to leave our studio. It was a visit to the home of close friends in Malibu, which I learned shortly after moving to the West Coast was sometimes called "the Bu." Before I moved to the West when I had studios in New York and Baltimore, I learned that the word "Boo" was often a term of endearment. The larger figure of Charlie Brown is a loving portrait of my best friend and wife Jennifer, as well as all of the special loved ones in our lives. The headdress, represents a wreath of peace, and is constructed of many flowers from several of Sparky's strips. of course, the Embraced character of Snoopy is a self-portrait. Tom Everhart 2022
  • Seri-giclee on deckled Paper Image 29" x 38" Paper 33" x 42" Edition 195 Roman 125 25 Artist Proofs (AP) 20 Printers Proofs (PP) 15 Hors d Commerce (HC) Signed and Numbered by Tom Everhart. For BEST PRICE and availability - Call or use Contact Form. Also Available: Parlor Edition Image 24" x 18" Paper 28" x 22" Edition 195 25 Artist Proofs (AP) 20 Printers Proofs (PP) 15 Hors d Commerce (HC) Signed and Numbered by Tom Everhart. For BEST PRICE and availability - Call or use Contact Form. Also Exibition Edition Edition 9 + 3 AP Signed and numbered by Tom Everhart Image 50" x 38" Paper 52" x 42" For BEST PRICE and availability - Call or use Contact Form. The stars that play, flicker, and dance across the deep dark skies of the calm Tahitian nights offer us visual constructions of hope. As our studio nighttime activity, like young children, our visual awareness grows increasingly through the enthusiasm of our imagination seduced by the possibilities of so many other living things in an existence larger than our own. This positive human emotion of hope feels like the appropriate direction for the first print work released after almost 2 years of a worldwide epidemic. “Reach for the Stars”, part of the ongoing “Coconut Radio” series was painted flat on the studio floor and then tilted so that the paint, itself, would flow upwards to reach for the stars. -Tom Everhart 2022
  • Seri-giclee on deckled Paper Image 38" x 29" Paper 42" x 33" Edition 195 25 Artist Proofs (AP) 20 Printers Proofs (PP) 15 Hors d Commerce (HC) Signed and Numbered by Tom Everhart. For BEST PRICE and availability - Call or use Contact Form. Also Available: Parlor Edition Image 24" x 18" Paper 28" x 22" Edition 195 25 Artist Proofs (AP) 20 Printers Proofs (PP) 15 Hors d Commerce (HC) Signed and Numbered by Tom Everhart. For BEST PRICE and availability - Call or use Contact Form. Also Exibition Edition Edition 9 + 3 AP Signed and numbered by Tom Everhart Image 50" x 38" Paper 52" x 42" For BEST PRICE and availability - Call or use Contact Form. The stars that play, flicker, and dance across the deep dark skies of the calm Tahitian nights offer us visual constructions of hope. As our studio nighttime activity, like young children, our visual awareness grows increasingly through the enthusiasm of our imagination seduced by the possibilities of so many other living things in an existence larger than our own. This positive human emotion of hope feels like the appropriate direction for the first print work released after almost 2 years of a worldwide epidemic. “Reach for the Stars”, part of the ongoing “Coconut Radio” series was painted flat on the studio floor and then tilted so that the paint, itself, would flow upwards to reach for the stars. -Tom Everhart 2022
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