EB-12 Power of the Flower 07 Wilson

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Mon Jul 28, 2008 9:44 pm

Are these still available anywhere, like through Wes Wilson, himself?
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Tue Jul 29, 2008 5:49 am

nevadinova wrote:Are these still available anywhere, like through Wes Wilson, himself?
These are still available from Wes, he has a few left and is selling them for $375 at this point

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Sun Jan 31, 2010 6:49 am

I know people went nuts over this , but it reminds me too much of a Tiffanys lamp.
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Sun Jan 31, 2010 12:28 pm

that is a pretty nice compliment in a lot of circles
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Tue Oct 22, 2013 1:23 am

If you ever wanted to feel like a school girl when dealing with an artists this was it for me. Holly drymount, Wes Wilson. People could not even talk to this guy. I can't even count the doors it took me to land this deal! $100 bucks for a signature. Naturally, he did not want to do something new for EB, but he did want to promote an image he had not successfully promoted before. We pushed unsuccessfully for exclusivity as was the goal of series. The best I could land was the numbering scheme. Rightfully on his part, he did not want to give up an image he was so fond of to someone like me who he never met offering a lot less than he wanted or perhaps deserved. Wes was very processional and we went through many iterations to ensure the print represented his original perspective. The funny thing is that even after selling all those prints, he still made me pay $100 for a signature on an older poster. :)
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