Sunday, December 6, 2009

Paul Richmond: I'm Addicted to his Art Now!!!


The photos I uploaded for this post have been going around the web for at least a month. They are my all time favorite pop culture pieces this year. I owned an art gallery for ten years in a very tony place, and I always prided myself on having a good eye for great art. And I was in business for ten years, so I must have been doing something right.


When I first saw these pictures, I had to research them. Then I checked out the artist, Paul Richmond, and I linked to his blog. http://paulrichmondstudio.blogspot.com/


Well.


Today I discovered that Paul has an online store where he sells his work. And at very affordable prices, too. This was another thing I always did with my own gallery. I sold great artwork, from twenty dollar prints to ten thousand dollar originals. And I always had return clients.


So if you are gay, or love gay culture, please take the time to check out Paul's online store. It's definitely worth seeing, because I predict we're going to be seeing a lot more of his work in the future. http://www.etsy.com/shop/paulypants

6 comments:

elisa said...

I'm proudly waiting for a signed copy of Ins & Outs, it's a wonderful art book, and inside there is also the Christmas piece you posted. It has also a very affordable price, so I strongly recommend people to buy it. Elisa

ryan field said...

I do, too. I'm hooked. I love his work.

Paul Richmond said...

Ryan, thank you so much for such a nice blog post! Your kind words mean a lot -- and I too wish you still had that art gallery! :) If you ever decide to start one up again, I'll be first in line with some Cheesecake Boys in tow.

ryan field said...

I'll let you know if I ever do. But for now I'll just keep posting and shouting your work. I love it.

Ryan

Ryan said...

oh i like it!

i know ill be buying some im also gonna throw out his name and link later this week.

thanks for tellin us about him!

kisses my friend!

ryan field said...

hey Ryan...I had a feeling you'd like his work. And the online store had even more interesting things.