Fine artist Mark Rushton, also known for his popular ambient and electronica podcasts, has ten new images available as framed prints in his art store. All are available for $40 each before shipping. Using the $4 off coupon code MARCH4, buyers can purchase prints for $36 each before shipping until March 14th, 2006.
The prints are scanned images from Mark's original paintings, Images can be found on Mark's personal web site at markrushton.com - his online art store at art.markrushton.com - or at markrushton.blogspot.com - with large images available for viewing. Titles include: Granite Layer, Ground Level, Red Fire With Granite Sky, Red Green And Yellow Trails, Red Haunt, Swarm And Weave Blue And Green, The Method The Madness The Travel, Under The Sea, and Up Against The Red Ledge.
Rushton's prints are perfect for the home or office that's on a budget. All prints are custom manufactured using archival inks and acid-free paper. Framed prints are matted and framed in a stylish black frame with plexiglass cover. Frames include complete backing. Frame size: 15" x 19". Currently, prices are $40 each before shipping. Using the $4 off coupon code MARCH4, buyers can purchase prints for $36 each before shipping until March 14th, 2006.
The paintings are created in Rushton's home studio, East Highlands, located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, using acrylic paint on a synthetic paper. After numerous painting sessions the image it is left to dry before being scanned, cropped, and then uploaded to the art store.
Rushton has been perfecting his style of painting since 1993, when he started using synthetic paper towards the end of his time at the Kansas City Art Institute.
The paintings visually reflect the kind of textured ambience that Rushton's music brings to his listener's ears.
Mark Rushton has been using CafePress for order fulfillment since the company launched in the summer of 1999 and had one of their first commercial stores. In the summer of 2005, Rushton attended the launch of the new CafePress order fulfillment facility in Louisville, Kentucky and was very impressed with the quality of the prints being produced. Since that time, Rushton has created and expanded his online print store. By the end of 2006, Rushton hopes to have "a few hundred" images portraitprint available for purchase.
The mission, as Rushton sees it, is to provide quality prints of original artworks at very affordable prices. Today's technology allows individuals and businesses to beautifully decorate spaces on the thinnest of budgets.
For more information about Mark Rushton, his art, music, and podcasts, visit markrushton.com