Exclusively Commisioned For The Piag Educational Foundation
The PIAG Educational Foundation has commissioned reknowned Georgia artist Steve Penley to create a series of paintings depicting the rich imagery of the printing and imaging industry. The first two paintings in this series are available now as limited edition signed prints. These beautiful pieces of artwork are the perfect gift for valued customers, employees or collectors.
Steve Penley Fine Art Prints
CMYK: The Color of Money CMYK is the color of money for the graphic communications industry. This is limited edition, numbered piece was printed by iMedia using UV fade resistant CMYK color process ink and acid free paper donated by Mac Papers. The print comes matted and framed for a donation of $195 + shipping and handling.
Ben Franklin — Benjamin Franklin was an innovative advocate who believed in the power of the press. This limited edition piece is signed and numbered by the artist. It is printed by LithoKrome using ink donated by Toyo Ink. This print comes matted and framed for a donation of $795 + shipping and handling.
Best known for his paintings of historical icons, Steve Penley has become one of America’s most popular artists emerging from the South. Penley’s development as an artist has culminated with a unique style of bold color, strong brush strokes and vivid imagery. Although his subject matter is always familiar, Steve’s unique ability lies in his reinterpretation, creating a new impact for the viewer. Collectors include Coca-Cola, King and Spalding, Morgan Keegan, Houston’s Corporation, ESPN Zone and the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. Robert Mondavi and Sterling vineyards in Napa Valley feature Steve Penley’s art. Politicians who have commissioned Penley’s art include Jack Watson and Hamilton Jordan; both former White House Chief’s of Staff, Zell Miller, State Senator of Georgia and US Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson.
Check out Steve Penley’s Web Site: www.stevepenley.com