Sunday, March 16, 2008

If you're just tuning in...

It's possible you've arrived here from the eBay page for "The Annotated Spitzer." If so, scroll past this post until you get to the updates, then double click on the images that interest you. The top-most images are current as of Friday evening.
Bidding for "The Annotated Spitzer" closes at about 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
As far as updates are concerned, the painting isn't being exhibited over the weekend. Monday lunchtime, weather permitting, will see it back out in front of the NYSE. Tuesday, likely behind the Goldman Sachs office at 85 Broad.

In the meantime, you might want to click on the "my current portfolio" link just to the right of this post to see examples of previous work. On a commercial note, several of these paintings were painted on commission. Please contact me if you have some someone you'd like to see rendered in the usual manner.

If you don't have the energy to click through to the portfolio, here are a couple of previous paintings you might enjoy:











Quick note: the first picture you see--"The Annotated Murdoch"--is the only other painting of mine on which I've invited the public to offer notations. I did it late last summer, during the week or so of time between when the board of Dow Jones recommended accepting Mr. Murdoch's purchase offer and the Bancroft family agreed to do so.

It is as poignant a document as the Spitzer painting, if not more so. That said, there are, I believe, 93 annotations on the Murdoch painting. Spitzer's contains well over 300. They are, I can assure you, damned hard to count accurately.

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