|"Ode to Andy" - 6 x 6 inches - oil on canvas|
My paintbrush has been busy for the past few weeks although I still don’t have anything to show for it. I’ve been working on a commission piece – a dog portrait. It is going well but I ran into a snag (too complicated to explain) so I just needed to put it aside for now.
I was looking through the cabinets for something fun to paint and came across this soup can. Of course, Andy Warhol made these cans famous in his first exhibit in Los Angeles in 1962. He created one canvas for each type of soup, 32 in all. He sold the entire set for a grand total of $1000. About 5 years ago, one of his 1962 soup can paintings sold for 11.2 million! (That painting was not part of the original series of 32 which are now in the Museum of Modern Art). Just think, you can own mine for a mere $60!
You can purchase this painting Art on Main or directly from me by clicking on the "Buy Now" button below. Speaking of Art on Main, we're hosting an opening reception on Thursday June 2 from 5 - 8 p.m. for watercolorist Joyce Youngberg. If you live in the area, be sure to stop by!
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