“Dear Sir”

dear sir

“Dear Sir” First art collaboration of Rhian and Ray Ferrer.
20″ x 16″ on canvas, 2013. This piece has sold.

**SOLD**   — See more in my Etsy Store 

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27 thoughts on ““Dear Sir”

    • The paperwork in the background is from an abandoned home and hospital in Rockland County, NY called “Letchworth Village” Mostly medical records, family letters, and legal documents. Most of the patients (they called them “consumer”) are deceased. Many of these documents date back as early as the 40s. The hospital was in very poor condition and the treatment of these patients while at their worst was extremely sad. I try to bring back these mostly abandoned people back to life through my art. I would absolutely be honored if you did a review.
      My email is rhianglenys@yahoo.com if you would like to contact me directly.

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  3. I adore your and Ray’s work! I have corresponded with him about commissioning a piece(s). My partner and I have yet to make up our minds as to what path we want your creativity to take us! I hope you make a t-shirt out of “Consent” (The original of which we might buy as well!), it’s GORGEOUS…Thank you so much for follow, BTW…I returned the generous favor!

  4. I have no appreciation for art, so I never know what is good or not, just what I like. I like this one a lot! Makes me think of an older business man, with serious medical issues plaguing him, but when he flies down hill on a bike, all he feels is the joy of the moment! I like it!!

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