Ladies and gentlemen, can I get a drum roll please. We have made it to 200 posts on the Keep on Trucking, Man and his beer van blog. It has been a little over three years now and the blog is doing well. There are a lot of new followers this year and I thank you profusely for your support and for those of you who have been reading from the start, I know who you are, I love you, and thank you with a big, warm, fuzzy Mike-type hug on top.
Ok. The blubbering is coming to an end. I have said that along with the 200th post comes a limited edition print. I am fairly new to printing, actually brand new to printmaking so the edition is a little more limited than I had anticipated, however, I have two prints that look like this bad boy below. The deal is this: They are free! How do you get one of the two? Leave a comment by midnight on Friday night and I will draw names from a hat to see who gets one. You will have to of course leave your email address in the comment so that I can get your address to send your print out, and I promise that I will not be flooding you with any mailing lists or anything like that. Just a print!
Also in celebration of 200, I've made two small paintings, which are both for sale at $40 each. Drop me a line at mike @ lewis acrylics dot com if you are interested in one of these.
This one is titled "Jamming in the House". It comes from an older series that I thought would be nice to visit for my bash.
This piece is titled "Old Skool Song" and is also from a different old skool series, that I thought would be good to revisit for the 200 celebration. Hope you like these two. They are both 5" X 7" and a deal at twice the price. Just email me or send a pay pal payment to the same address and I'll send you a sweet little old skool Lewis Acrylics piece.
Coming up we've got some exciting things going on. I have been invited to be in the 25th anniversary of "The Goonies", a show at Lunar Boy Gallery. I'm very excited for two reasons. 1.) It's the Goonies, need I say more, and 2.) I get to work with Deborah Starr of Lunar Boy again. She is just such a pleasure to work with. If you don't know the gallery, you should really check it out.
Next up, I'm working on a movie poster, a feature for OVS Magazine, and last but not least, I am getting ready to go to grad school. It is now just two months away. I am certain that this will all be amazing. I will be sure to keep you updated on the new work. Thank you for coming back, thank you for following, and please have an awesome night.