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Announcing a Limited Edition Print : We Own The Night

July 11, 2018

I’m excited to announce my first limited edition print

“We Own The Night”

From an original watercolor by Marc Taro Holmes

11×14″, printed with Epson 200-year-rated archival inks and paper

Only 12 copies made

$150.00 CDN + shipping

Inquires by email at: marc(dot)taro(at)gmail(dot)com

[detail, enlarged]

This is a very limited set of only twelve impressions. I want this artwork to be a unique experience for collectors. To own one of a select few reproductions, of a work I consider to be the best I’ve made to date.

I printed these myself in our home studio. The color rendition is my ideal representation of the original painting. This is a print I am proud to release into the world.

Every time I look at this scene, I am once again walking through that perfect night in early spring, when winter in Montreal is just losing its grip and the city is coming alive.

In a way, this image encapsulates my artistic career as an urban sketcher. This is what it feels like to be on the street, senses open, experiencing the world through art.

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To purchase a print, email me at: marc(dot)taro(at)gmail(dot)com.

We will reply to inquiries in the order they arrive. Prints are $150.00 (Canadian), plus postage to your location. You may transfer funds via paypal, which supports e-cheque or credit card payments and international currency conversion. Artwork ships flat, in waterproof mailers, un-framed, and un-matted.

Thanks for your support!

~Marc Taro Holmes

One Comment leave one →
  1. Rita permalink
    July 11, 2018 11:23 AM

    This is a beauty, Marc.. Capturing nightlife scenes still elude me…as does how to depict the
    “glow” of sun (do I do an underpainting of a particular yellow or gold? do I leave white paper? help!). At the moment, I am focused on direct watercolor. May I use this space to comment on the 30×30 challenge? I very much surprised myself by not only doing 30, but actually a few more. I was ahead of schedule (which NEVER happens). I kept my supplies out, so that I was able to do something quickly every day. One of my consistent “issues” is that while I know what I want to do, when I’m actually working, I forget. Most of my work still looks “choppy”, rather than flowy which is my goal. But I am inching closer. I felt the middle two weeks were where I did my best. I’m so glad I accepted this challenge! Thank you for inspiring us (always), and thanks for those videos on edge-pulling etc., which I replay many times. I’m glad making art is helping you thru your family crisis. I have not been in your shoes, but I know some who have been. While it gets harder every day, you will never regret the time, effort and love you are providing for your father-in-law now, when he most needs it. The letdown when the trial is finally over is dramatic. I do pray for you and your family during this time.

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