Pretty In Pink wood print by Chris Naggy. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).
I am offering prints of this original airbrushed painting. It was sketched with pencil then painted with urethanes on CS10 board. This print is original size of painting 14x17 and it is in a frame 20x22 with a mat opening of 13 1/2 x 16 1/2 if that helps you for figuring mat and frame. I did this painting while I was a member at the local art gallery. Some of my art work subject matter at the art gallery didn’t appeal to some of the members. They were more into flowers and such. So I thought I would do some flowers to show my versatility. I think they began to appreciate my work after that. A lot of traditional artists don’t really see airbrush work as art. I hope I changed their views. I also do commission work on request. Prices vary depending on subject matter and medium used. All my art work is protected by copy right laws. Feel free to contact me at Airbrush1976@yahoo.com. Thanks for looking! Chris at Appalachian Airbrush.
About Chris Naggy
A self-taught artist born in 1960 youngest of five brothers. My older brothers were into cars back in the 70’s always customizing them in some way. One brother used to lay done some wild paint jobs on his cars that always amazed me at the time. He gave me a book, which I still have today titled The Art of Custom Painting. The author was Mr. Caiati, the Psychedelic Psycho. Once I got that book in my hands I was hooked! I always liked art in school. My teacher said I had talent, lol! I used to doodle a lot. I liked drawing Rat Fink style hot rods. At the age of 16 I went down to Sears and bought my first airbrush and air compressor. I started airbrushing t-shirts for my buddy’s while attending vo-tech school for auto mechanics. Used to...