Random Artwork For Sale

I don’t usually do artwork, but I got these two in and they are pretty nice. So I thought okay, why not.

The first is a NYC local Daniel Baltzer. The second is David Sholl who was an accomplish musician and Realist artist. He was a sax player for Barrency Whitfield and the Savages, then with the Four Piece Suit. Sholl was a founding member of the Brickbottom Artists Association in Somerville, one of the oldest living and working artists’ communities in the country. Started in 1984 by a group of Boston-area artists, Brickbottom offers artists stable, affordable working and living environments where once stood the cannery and bakery of A&P stores on Joy Street in Somerville. “He was self-trained and wanted to express the world around him creatively in any way he could,” said Bill Gilligan, his spouse. “He felt art existed as part of our everyday lives which is why his subjects were things like bathtubs, radiators, our dog, Cleveland, the people. . .are all part of it.”  1 2was an accomplish musician and Realist artist. He was a sax player for Barrency Whitfield and the Savages, then with the Four Piece Suit. Sholl was a founding member of the Brickbottom Artists Association in Somerville, one of the oldest living and working artists’ communities in the country. Started in 1984 by a group of Boston-area artists, Brickbottom offers artists stable, affordable working and living environments where once stood the cannery and bakery of A&P stores on Joy Street in Somerville. “He was self-trained and wanted to express the world around him creatively in any way he could,” said Bill Gilligan, his spouse. “He felt art existed as part of our everyday lives which is why his subjects were things like bathtubs, radiators, our dog, Cleveland, the people. . .are all part of it.”

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