Years ago, back in 2006, I did a painting for a show at Magic Pony called 'Paddestoelen Stad', (which translates to 'Mushroom Village' from Dutch). It was the largest watercolour painting I'd done up until that point, measuring in at 18" x 24". I remember spending many hours working on it at a table in my tiny bachelor apartment at the time; (the tabletop was only just bigger than the watercolour paper I was working on).
I was speaking with Steve and Kristin at Narwhal, a contemporary art space opened alongside Magic Pony, where I first showed this painting. They expressed interest in turning this painting in to a print edition, so we got to work getting the image ready. I stopped in to the gallery last week, and we printed off some artist proofs to see how they looked, and I'm so happy with the way they printed up.
They're now available through the Magic Pony website, but if you're local and would like to see the print in person, visit Narwhal on Dundas West here in Toronto to have a look.