There are 18 prints still available (from a limited edition of 25) of the above painting Cockenzie Power Station, September 26th 2015 with 10% off.
This painting was created to mark the demolition of Cockenzie Power Station. Its chimneys were a familiar landmark on the south east coast of Scotland and hundreds of people lined up along the coast to watch it come down.
I took a video of the demolition (which you can view at the end of this post) and some sketches, then made the painting on a piece of 17×11 inch wood. The painting went on to sell at the preview of the Royal Scottish Academy Open, and was featured in the Times review of the show (by author and art critic Giles Sutherland).
I had the painting professionally scanned by Giclee UK and made into a limited edition of 25 signed, dated prints. I then offered the series exclusively to the (now closed) Peter Potter Gallery in Haddington (near Cockenzie), and three sold there, but despite the gallery’s best efforts it was forced to close last year. A real shame as it showed excellent work from local and international artists.
Anyway, this means I still have 18 prints left (two are kept aside for my own archives and I sold a couple more direct to buyers). They’re 17×11″ with a white surround on archive quality fine art paper using acid resistant (non-fade) ink. I’ve taken off about 10% of the original cost (they sold for £72 each at the Peter Potter Gallery)
If you’d like to buy one you can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org, or from the ‘Contact’ page from the menu above.