It is about time that the artist has caught up to date with modern technology. Musicians, Photographers and Filmmakers have long ago accepted the digital revolution, but artists have lagged far behind. Sure a lot of gee whiz lights flashing, use of old industrial
parts and digital drawing tools (the main tool I now use) have crept onto the art scene, but the basic process of viewing and transport of the work has not changed since: Louis Vauxcelles disparaged the painters canvases of Henri Matisse, André Derain, Albert Marquet, Maurice de Vlaminck, Kees van Dongen, Charles Camoin, and Jean Puy at the Salon d’Automne of 1905 as “fauves” (wild beasts). *Wikipedia Fauvism
We are going to take the time to give away the process of A.R.T. (Adaptive Resource Technology) which is slightly complicated, but eco-friendly and almost carbon neutral in an Google Drive reader. *Please be aware that the process is for NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY and COMMERCIAL PROFESSIONAL USE REQUIRES A LICENSE PURCHASE The following is a description of the process A.R.T.
The Mist 12-05-2013 by “Romero” 11″H X 17″L
The Auction in time for the Holidays because you commission and print the first electronically Adobe Echosign Authenticated work by the artist, suitable for framing and matting to your choice and gifting. Comes with authentication, code for resale on Amazon and value set by your purchase and subsequent auctions based on last highest winning bid.
Projected Beta Run of “The Mist” using breakthrough A.R.T. technology will be limited to a run of twenty two (22) only (the artists retains 2 proofs).