TRAVI$$ ART FOR $$ALE - Collection Five 

My shop at Etsy.com is StudioFourTen BUT! Wanna see what's for sale? Here 'tis. Almost everything, unless stated otherwise, is acrylic on canvas painted from my own (and some vintage) photographs. Anybody interested in purchasing any of my work, please contact me here at my CONTACT THLA page. 

 

 CHRISTMAS MORNING 2020 ON THE UPPER WESTSIDE

From a photo taken December 25, 2020 by Casey Childs 

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on canvas (2021):  $1,250

Also available as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas:

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes available on request

GRIFFITH PARK WELCOME 2021

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on stretched canvas, painted from my photograph:  $1,250

Also available as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee print on stretched canvas:  

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes available on request

NEW ORLEANS AND JON BATISTE:  THE PERSISTENT EVOLUTION OF “ROOT MUSIC”

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on canvas (2021):  $1,250

Also available as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas: 

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes available on request

SUNSET AT SUNSET

Sunset Ranch Hollywood's nightly evening ride up to LaBonge Summit above Griffith Park

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on canvas (2021):  $1,250

Also available as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas:

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes available on request

THE FUTURE IS CALLED PERHAPS:  TENNESSEE WILLIAMS IN KEY WEST, 1981

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on stretched canvas (2021):  $1,250

Also available as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas:

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes on request 

LONG RAINY SUNDAY AFTERNOON IN THE QUARTER:  BLANCHE’S LITTLE PIECE OF ETERNITY

Painted in 2021 from my photograph taken one wet Sunday afternoon in 2008 after a matinee of our Fountain Theatre production of The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore for the annual Tennessee Williams Literary Festival at Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, taken looking down Dumaine Street from the balcony I shared with my pal and costar Karen Kondazian at the historic Biscuit Palace.
That’s Louis Armstrong Park in the farthest distance across Rampart, once Congo Square in the early 1800s where slaves were allowed to gather on Sunday afternoons to play music and dance and welcome Marie Laveau herself to lead them in their revelries. It is known as the birthplace of jazz. Near the park unseen among the buildings on the left is Williams' last home at 1014 Dumaine and on the right, the terracotta building with the balloons in front is Cafe Lafitte in Exile, America’s oldest gay bar (1933), Tenn's favorite wateringhole where his own Sunday afternoons were often spent drinking sazeracs and cruising for comely Cajun rentboys.

“Don’t you just love those long rainy afternoons in New Orleans when an hour isn’t just an hour but a little piece of eternity dropped into your hands and who knows what to do with it?” — from A Streetcar Named Desire

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on canvas (2021):  $1,250

Also available as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas:

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes on request

DORIS K. GROW:  Hugh at Cedar Lake, 2019

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on canvas (2021):  $1,250

Also available at a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas:

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes on request 

 NATAN AND KEEP:  MELHORES AMIGOS PARA SEMPRE

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on canvas (2021):  $1,600

Also available as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas:

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes on request

OUR 'HOOD PRE-COVID:  SCREWY BALLYHOOEY

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on canvas (2021):  SOLD

ALos available as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas:

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes on request

[Original in the collection of Suanne Spoke]

FUTURE DREAMIN' BEHIND THE BUCKING CHUTES

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on canvas (2021):  $1,250

Also available as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas:

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes on request

 MARDI GRAS DAY NOT, 2021
“It was under my feet... right there in the street”  — Marshall Harris, The New Orleans Entertainer and Co-Captain of the Krewe of Stars

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on canvas (2021):  SOLD

Alvailable as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas:

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes available on request

[Original in the collection of Marshall Harris]

EZ AND DJANGO

Original 16 x 20 acrylic on canvas (2021):  $1,250

Also available as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas:

16 x 20:  $200  /  Other sizes available on request  

JON LAWRENCE RIVERA:  AN ARTIST FEEDING ARTISTS, 2021

Available as a hand-signed and numbered limited edition giclee on stretched canvas:

16 x 20:  $300  /  Other sizes available on request

Half of sales to benefit Flip Kitchen: Artists Feeding Artists

[Original in the collection of Jon L. Rivera / Flip Kitchen] 

VOODOO KEN, 2020

Created in Quarantravis homage to the Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club and the North Side Skull & Bones krewes who so energize my sorely missed second home New Orleans at Mardi Gras time, but then I was immedaitely asked and commissioned to make two more. This one is not for sale, made with some rather cherished pieces of previously worthless stockpiled trash special to me, if only for the lengthy period of time I had saved it and always wondered if I was nuts to do so.

BUT! I will make your own handy-dandy signed and dated Voodoo Ken with equally unique eclectic found objects for $500.00

I can even use your own or some of your own saved trash to help you feel hoarding it was not in vain!

(Shipping on Voodoo Ken only: $12)

One of seven pages of my art... check out the other six! 

SHIPPING: 

Paintings on canvas (including insurance):

16 x 20:  $35   /   18 x 24:  $75

Clients in Los Angeles:  Lunch