Issue #142  3/25/2008
Prices To Rise On Three Artists' Work; Kunin Show Up Until The End Of The Month

Prices on several of Contemporary Works/Vintage Works, Ltd. photographers will be going up a bit on May 1st. Both our European-based photographers, Lisa Holden and Stanko Abadzic, will raise their prices in dollars. Holden's large color work will go up about 10%, while Abadzic's work will go up on most pieces from $900 to $1,500. Several other pieces that have sold especially well will go up a bit more. The price increases are partially to make up for the difference in the dollar/euro ratio and better equalize pricing in the U.S. and in Europe.

Landscape photographer Mitch Dobrowner will also be increasing prices on the following work on May 1st:

"Wind Swept Tree"

12x16": $1,000

15x21": $1,250


12x16": $1,000

15x21": $1,250

20x30": $2,000

"Shiprock Storm"

12x16": $800

15x21": $1,000

20x30": $1,750

The current lower prices are still up on the website on each of these images, so call us soon to take advantage of the lower pricing.

In other artist news, Contemporary Works' artist Claudia Kunin's exhibit of the 3-D Holy Ghost Stories is still up for one more week at the 3D Center for Art and Photography, which is the only museum solely dedicated to antique and contemporary 3d art in the world. The show runs until March 30th. The 3D Center is located at 1928 NW Lovejoy, in Portland, OR 97209; phone: 1-503-227-6667. Hours are 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and 1-5 p.m. on Sunday. For more information see: http://www.3dcenter.us . Kunin's work is also featured in the latest issue of Focus magazine, which should be on the newsstands shortly.