Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Holiday Release: "Warmest Wishes"


Growing up in northern New York State, just a few miles from the Canadian border, the holiday season always meant cold short days, snowmen, and hot cocoa; you know the stuff sung about in carols and brought to life in many a Christmas tale. But the good cheer that’s effervescent during this season isn’t limited to the snow belt, it’s world wide. Wherever in the world you may find yourself this holiday season, enjoy these warmest wishes of peace, joy, and love.

The original “Warmest Wishes” as well as open edition portfolio prints and only 25 each limited edition studio prints and limited edition gallery prints are available at the special First Day Issue price until midnight tomorrow. Warmest Wishes” will also be offered as my annual holiday card. They should be available to purchase in a week or two. I’ll keep ya posted.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Always fun to watch the work in progress --
in an earlier sketch, it looked like a candy cane was coyly placed down the side of the briefs of the guy on right.
Guess someone got to licking the candy cane and finishing it off.
Maybe I'll look for the sweet crumbs.

Michael Breyette said...

Yeah, I decided the candy can might just be too sweet. But I like your interpretation on where it went. :-)