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Art for Sale!
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My artwork now available on ETSY
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Devious Journal Entry
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Raiders of the Lost Budget
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Art for Sale!
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My artwork now available on ETSY
To those who made it to my show this summer, and to those who could not make it, there are prints available my new ETSY Store. Check it out! https://www.etsy.com/shop/MercenaryGraphics?ref=hdr
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Devious Journal Entry
There’s an old saying about those who forget history. I don’t remember it, but it’s good.  — Stephen Colbert,
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Raiders of the Lost Budget
So a  fellow walks into a tire shop, and is interested in getting a set of radials, but explains to the folks at the counter he has no budget, would they consider fitting them out for free, since he does not have a budget? It would be great exposure! and he would tell all his friends! And, of course, the great exposure! What do you suppose the response would be? So, before you get in touch with ANY artist, remember their work has value. ART IS WORK AND HAS VALUE. Want something for free?  Talk to your aunts scrap book group! No offense to scrapbookers everywhere.
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Devious Journal Entry
Grant’s Tomb Gallery marks the 100th Anniversary of the beginning of The Great War San Francisco, Ca, August 1, 2014 – Grant’s Tomb Gallery in North Beach will be hosting a show to mark the Hundredth Anniversary of the beginning of World War One featuring poster and collage art in The Guns of August!, Featuring the Social Realist work of Erik Chipchase, the show also incorporates works from notable collage artists Winston Smith and Rene Apallec. Guns of August! opens Friday, August 15, 2014. “This era has always fascinated me visually,” admits artist Erik Chipchase, “with the juxtaposition of the new 20th
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