Art View: I Get Around

I get around. No. Seriously. I do.

This year we are doing about twenty-five shows between April and October from Texas to Michigan and up and down the Mississippi River Valley. Because of all the getting around we do, this year we began a project to video document the artists and people that we meet around us. The videos are far from professional, but like my friends, I prefer to think of them as authentic. The result is that you will get to meet some really wonderful people and fantastic artists that you may not know are out there.

At least that is the hope. You get to decide. Where possible we will include links to their websites, Facebook pages and their other social media.

You can see more about this endeavor on my Vintage Painter Youtube channel.



Brains and Donuts! nom…nom…nom…

Brains and Donuts

I’m trying something new.

As such for a limited time you can purchase an 8″ x 10″ stretched canvas print of this painting for only $49.00 plus tax, shipping and handling through Fine Art America.

I only bought 24 at this price and the offer is only open until October 28. Just go to Fine Art America’s website and you can place an order.

They will ship it within 24 hours.

If you prefer a larger size I do offer it in a signed, numbered limited edition in a 20″ x 24″ for $195 and a 12″ x 15″ for $95. You can order that through the Vintage Painter website store or email me directly at

Brains and Donuts in a custom designed industrial frame. No two frames are alike.

There are also custom made industrial frames available through my website. Just let me know if that is something that interests you.

If you purchase either the 20″ x 24″ or the 12″ x 15″ I will pay for the shipping.

Of course the original is still available and is $2195 plus shipping and handling.

What has been fun about this painting and the giclees is who has been buying them – two neurosurgeons, a psychologist, a few Brians, graduates of St. Louis University Medical Center, a chef and some old timers from St. Louis. I can’t wait to see where the art goes.

If you would like to learn more about this painting and the real place it is based on in St. Louis, MO click here.