We have just produced the show prints for the Tedeschi Trucks Band performance in Richmond, VA. and it was a fun one to create. We thank the band for their invitation to provide these gigposters and hope any interested parties find interest in this party. Adventure, America, Virginia, exploration, discovery, heart, music, soul and the Blues. We tried to get it all in there, and the operation was a success.
We have a 311 print coming shortly and will wait and offer them both at the same time in case anyone would like both, with the shipping is on, like, a consolidated tip, dig? Dig.
Well sorry about that fiasco. The second that we started to activate our posters in our store the traffic froze the whole thing up solid. We couldn’t make an email annoucement about posters that we couldn’t post, and barely managed to activate the two regular edition prints. Thankfully it made a pair and that is a weird blessing.
We don’t know how any customers actually managed to check out. We couldn’t get inside the site at all from the back end or the front end so thanks for everyone who bravely succeeded. And also thanks to all the people who wrote nasty notes and the ones who wrote really nice ones cuz there was both and we thank everyone for being passionate. Doug.
ClintonReno.com, the actual maestro of this whole experience, poised to post his posters just like ours wasn’t even able to post his before the experience overwhelmed his site too, so…tune into ClintonReno.com for an announcements and also a fresh batch of prints just waiting for your greasy hot dog juice fingers.
Clinton’s site is still down. SO kick back and stretch your sack and give it room to relax back into shape and between the three of us, grooves will form, dig? Dig.
But give him a break and let his site relax before you stomp it to death again.
SOrry for the heartbreak but DAMN what a messed up day and also a great day.
SO anyway, you might have heard that we were involved in a little shenanigans recently where we teamed up with, or rather, were invited to team up with, the effervescent Clinton Reno for a pair of rock poster prints to celebrate and commiserate the My Morning Jacket shows at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado, United State of etc…
SO anyway, you might have heard that we were involved in a little shenanigans recently where we teamed up with, or rather, were invited to team up with, the effervescent Clinton Renofor a pair of rock poster prints to celebrate and commiserate the My Morning Jacket shows at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado, United State of etc…
In the standard way, as some of you might be accustomed to, we will have a few of these prints available for purchase in the coming days right here on our “website”, as the kids are calling them. Folks who are signed up for our “Mailing List” will be “Notified” of this “Far Out Happening” and enticed to dig the related scene such as it is and ever shall be, Hail the Sphere.
We DON’T usually give a date ahead of time because EVERY time we do, the traffic kills our ability to actually activate them items as kind folks refresh their browser over and over and we can’t get in even with our updated server. And that is no fun. SO we say “AVAILABLE RIGHT NOW!” and that is that. Anarchy for some, joy for some. Balance.
ALSO in the usual manner as it relates to our happenings here at GUYBURWELL.com, once the operations are in action, please and hereby be officially notified:
• We ship orders as quickly as is reasonable to our other schedules that are ongoing. Formally we say 7-21 days for orders to leave our main base of operations so just relax. If you can’t do the time, don’t order the crime.
• We are an artist who occasionally ship prints, NOT a mail order company who occasionally makes art. Dig the diff.
THANKS FOR ALL OF YOUR INTEREST, of course. Relax. Take off your shoes. Maybe leave them on until you get home. Ok, fine.
Stay Tuned to the Mailing List. Our first message will be this here message.
The Museum’s popular Monster Drawing Rally returns for a fifth year
(2019) of drawing under the summer stars! MDR is a drawing event and
fundraiser featuring nearly 100 Portland-based artists. Part
performance, part laboratory, part art bazaar, the Monster Drawing Rally
is an incredible opportunity to watch some of your favorite Portland
artists create original drawings from a blank page.
The event begins promptly at 5:30 p.m. in the Museum’s courtyard with
a one hour Young Artists drawing round specifically showcasing local
artists 17 and under, and is followed by three one-hour rounds that each
feature approximately 25 different artists drawing simultaneously.
As drawings are completed, they are immediately made available for a
flat price of $35 each. If more than one person wants to purchase a
particular work, the winner will be determined by drawing straws.
Proceeds support free school and youth programs at the Museum.
Bring the Family!
Stop by the L’il Drawing Rally an area where kids and families are encouraged to sit down and draw.
We am in the 8 pm – 9 pm Drawing Round, the final of the evening. The Headliner Slot, we are going to pretend and not the Janitorial Slot, like all of you are imaging. Imagination is a good thing. BUT we will be there early and from the beginning to the end to soak up the pan dripping and baste in the flavorful offerings to better spice our collective living. Come by and “hang”, as the “kids” are “saying”.