A watercolor created en route and painted on site at Keycon in Winnipeg as a demonstration. The final tweaks were done in studio upon return. Art is 12″ x 9″ on Arches cold pressed watercolor block.
Hi the deck! Here is a glance at what the entire card set has to offer. If you play your cards right, you will not have to swab the deck… Available in the web store at: www.paravia.com/DonMaitz
A deck of traditional playing cards with over 56 reproductions of Don Maitz watercolor art is now available for purchase at : http://www.paravia.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=products_new
Two small watercolors, Mermaid Rising on the left and Fish Hug on the right, both about 10″ tall and on water color papers. I produce these small works when I find myself with idle moments away from my studio. It is art created the old fashioned way, with digits, not digital.
This painting is inside a Signed slipcased copy of Stephen King’s Duma Key and currently being auctioned at: http://www.thedarktower.org/palaver/forumdisplay.php?9-Calvin-s-Corner
Collie On Duty is a remarque in watercolor inside a copy of Desperation by Stephen King. The book was sent to King to add his signature. It is up for auction at: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Stephen-King-Signed-Desperation-Gift-Edition-Original-Don-Maitz-Signed-Art-/201337166095?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2ee0a1590f
The Art of Piracy: Pirates in Modern Culture exhibit at the Tampa Bay History Center is coming to a close. Only a few days remain to see over 30 of my original swashbuckling paintings. Exhibit ends April 26.< www.tampabayhistorycenter.org>
Pirates are hanging at the Tampa Bay History Center from HOOKS on the third floor. Here is a link to an interview: http://blog.lexjet.com/2015/01/26/avast-ye-swabs-the-art-of-piracy-at-the-tampa-bay-history-center/
And here’s the direct link to the event. http://tampabayhistorycenter.org/event/sangria-stories-visit-artist-don-maitz-creator-captain-morgans-spiced-rum-logo-much/
The Opening Reception for “The Art of Piracy: Pirates in Modern Culture” has been rescheduled to February 13th from 5:30- 7:30 PM. The exhibit still opens on January 24th.
36 pirate original paintings by Don Maitz will be on display for three months, Jan. 24- April 26, at the Tampa Bay History Center. Works by Rick Reeves and reproductions by N.C. Wyeth and Howard Pyle will be featured along with Gasparilla archives and Tampa Bay Buccaneer logo art. <www.tampabayhistorycenter.org>