Released November 2008
Sold exclusively through the Inuit Gallery, Vancouver, BC.
We’ve all worked hard through the night. Many times, I’ve been obsessed with my artwork or compelled by time to finish a paper that I’ve had to pull an all-nighter. We’ve battled through the desire and then the need for sleep to write that last paragraph or polish up a design. Some have had to work night shifts or painted or trimmed their houses to prepare for their imminent move. Others have driven all night to reach their destination. For all of us, we have witnessed that most beautiful miracle of dawn breaking and a new day starting and pride in what you have accomplished.
This print is dedicated to those that deserve to take pride in the work they do. It is for those volunteers who selflessly put themselves forward and do the jobs that most people would expect to get paid for. It is for those individuals who stand lonely on the street corners for a cause. It is for those that mark off a course and register people for races great and small. It is for those that show compassion by visiting the sick and the dying that they may or may not know. It is for those students and scientists that toil endlessly knowing that there is a cure for cancer and they will find it. When that beautiful dawn breaks, the world will be a better place. I am confident that everyone who has contributed will look back and take pride in what they have accomplished.
We are determined to contribute in our small way to finding a cure for cancer. As such, partial proceeds from the sale of this print will be directly donated to the Canadian Cancer Society. “Pride” is available exclusively through the Inuit Gallery in Vancouver, BC.
“Pride” is a limited edition print using the
giclée method of printmaking. This print was released in
November of 2008 and printed by Andy Everson at the artist’s
own studio in Comox B.C. A total of 83 prints bear the title “Pride” and
are signed by Andy Everson: 75 in the primary edition bearing the
numbers 1/75 through 75/75; 7 Artist’s Proofs; and 1 Printer’s
Proof. The acid-free Moab Entrada 100% cotton rag paper measures
17x22 inches. Image size measures about 12x20 inches.