Donating artwork can be a good way to get your work noticed. At least that’s what all of the art marketing books keep saying. And as it’s always for a good cause, I keeping donating. Although I’m never really sure if I’m getting any marketing benefit out of this. That’s still OK because the revenue from the sale of my art at the auction does support work I believe in.
This time I’m donating five giclee prints of different
boxer paintings from my Jazz Dogs series to The Blue Ridge Boxer Rescue that serves North and South Carolina. I’m working with a friendly woman named Gina. I asked her to go to my website using this link http://www.johannauribes.com/jazzdogs.php and select 5 prints she thought would do well at their charity auction. She chose B4 the Wink, Buster Lounging, Luna Dancing, I’m Yours (my favorite, see the masthead of the blog), and Shapes & Shadows 1. In fact if you’d like to view her choices, use the link above. See if you agree with Gina. Are those the best Jazz Dogs or do you think other pieces might have been better?