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Posters brought to you by Poster Bug - Category Bedard Page 1Viewpoints Gallery 572-5979Featuring Joelle Chicheportiche, Sue Nash, Diana Dorenzo, Beth Marcil, JulieSchoenecker, Stephanie Sachs, Ilene Kratka, Douglas Chun, Margaret Leach, Tony Walholm, Terry McDonald, Bill Bagley, Amanda McConnell, Deybra, George Allan, Janet Davis, Rob Craig, J.B. Rea, Peter & Madeline Powell, Phil Sabado, Kip Krieger, and Kathy MacDonald.3620 Baldwin Ave., Makawao, HI 96768chapters,indigo,coles,books,dvd,movies,chapters ,indigo ,book,bookstore,canada,canadian,bookseller, bargain,bestsellers,bestseller,oprah,book club,gifts,gift,textbook,literature,fiction,non-fiction, nonfiction,diet,computers,harry potter,music,video,vhs,entertainmentNight and EveningErnest Procter19x27 Fine Art PrintThe Film:What is a Giclee?Giclee: Giclee is french for to spray , (pronounced zhee-clay ). In short it is a process where-by the original image is scanned or rendered digitally. Artists at the printery, or atelier, work with the image on the computer screen to get it as accurate as possible. Because no screens are used, the prints have a higher apparent resolution than lithographs. The dynamic color range is like serigraphy. In the Giclee process, a fine stream of ink-more than four million droplets per second-is sprayed true 2880 x 1440 dpi Resolution of EPSON UltraChrome (archival) Inks onto archival art paper or canvas with most advanced print head ever produced by Epson. The effect is similar to an air brush technique, but much finer.Limited Edition GicleeEach signed numbered print will be created individually for you, at the time of order, with the next, lowest available edition number. The canvas is then stretched over a wooden frame and UV coated. However, some of the limited editions are still in the process of being proofed, so there may be some delay in the delivery of the print you choose.Some of the limited editions are still in the process of being proofed, so there may be some delay in the delivery of the print you choose.Teaching Zone | 1 Video | 2 Video |Customers said | Paintings | Still lifes | Portraits | Drawings | Giclee | Library of images | Slide Show | Digital | Lessons | Downloads | Screensaver | Forums | Search | Submit | Internet | Affiliate | FAQ | Site Map | Home | Mail 2004, IGN Entertainment, Inc.Team Xbox | Privacy Policy | AdvertiseForums | Games | Previews | Reviews | News | CheatsBackyard Wrestling 2: In Stores November 17thMore Available Copies:Used From Our Authorized SellersMichael Bedard was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario, Canada and eventually settled in Los Angeles in the late sixties. He first entered the art marketplace in 1977 with a series of whimsical and allegorical art prints - many of which are still in print today. Bedard's Sitting Ducks poster is one of the most widely recognized and largest selling posters in the history of the medium. He has consistently topped the list of best-selling poster artists for nearly twenty years. Very few artists can make a similar claim.In the early eighties, Bedard was looking for a way to express a broad range of feelings about the human condition and wanted to use humor as a vehicle for addressing very serious issues such as vulnerability, alienation and anxiety, as well as social and political observations. Bedard chose the duck because it symbolized the vulnerability and attitude that comprises the human psyche.The duck character was an excellent choice because of the nature of the animal itself. Even though a duck is vulnerable to attack by superior forces, this wonderful creature displays an aggressive attitude when confronted by danger. The duck's only defense is this bluff that creates uncertainty and fear with its adversaries. This attitude is what has made the duck an appropriate icon for challenging the problems that threaten us all. The duck characters immediately struck a chord with people about how fragile we feel in these modern times. The illusion that creature comforts create a safety zone from the dangers of life is so pervasive that many actually hide behind these paper-thin walls and feel protected.The Sitting Duck message pokes a funny hole through this fragile concept. It shows that even when one is having a safe moment relaxing with friends on a lounge chair with a favorite drink; one can suddenly become a target of one of life's merciless hunters. That theme of vulnerability carries through the Bedard duck series and has allowed the artist to expand his concept to examine the frailty of politics ( Failure of Marxism and Failure of Capitalism ) and even relationships ( Living Together and Ship of Fools ).Bedard says, I had no idea that these little characters would become so popular but I take great pleasure in that they've become universally accepted. As an artist, I am grateful to be able to communicate through a vehicle that transcends all language and cultural barriers. Bedard's work, both on the canvas and on the screen, is characterized by his uncanny ability to create an image with depth in both artistic quality and meaning. There is nearly always a social commentary that lies underneath his whimsical imagery. One must look beyond the simple visual statement employed by the composition to the real purpose of the painting -- usually an important social issue that concerns us all.Bedard has had numerous sold out one-man exhibitions in and around his current Los Angeles residence. His children's book, Sitting Ducks , has won three prestigious international awards for children's literature and his children's television show of the same name is tremendously popular in 48 countries. In Japan nearly one out of two children watch the show. In 2001, Bedard received an Emmy Award for his made-for-TV movie, The Santa Claus Brothers , which aired on Disney and ABC.The duck characters immediately struck a chord with people about how fragile we feel in these modern times. The illusion that creature comforts create a safety zone from the dangers of life is so pervasive that many actually hide behind these paper-thin walls and feel protected.KidsVintageModernJoe Sorren GalleryResults 1-13 of 13 products. 29.99Stranger in ParadiseArt Print39x24RETIRED STORYBOOK VILLAGE,, Three NALED Exclusive lighted structures/gift-sets by DEPARTMENT 56.Unique whimsical art by Moskowitz, Wooket, Bedard and Arias. Art catalog includes hand painted butterfly creations, garden art, our on line catalogue includes work of every kind and era.The games are set in the quirky world of DuckTown, where opposites attract between Bill the duck and Aldo the alligator, to form an unlikely friendship of comic proportions. Players can play as Bill, our feathered hero, in this third person adventure. In the game Bill walks, runs and jumps and even catches a ride on a scooter. The beautiful colorful graphics bring the television series into real time, and the facial expressions bring out all the humor and personality of the characters.Sitting Ducks Mild Ones PrintÜber 30.000 Kunstdrucke.Lieferung i.d.R. in 2-3 Tagen.Bezahlung z.B. per Rechnung.Rückgaberecht (14 Tage).Geschenk-Service (Gratis).Strenger Datenschutz.Über 280.000 zufriedene Kunden.Sights and SoundsLet's See What We Have HereShow: All ManufacturersColumbiaUniversalWarner

 

 

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