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Author Archives: David Wheeler
This work was created last 4th of July but never posted… until now. Best wishes for a Happy 4th of July, no matter where you are. Limited Edition Prints of “Happy 4th” will be available: This intersectional art work by Wheels will be part of a limited edition print run. Limited Edition 8 x 12 […]
Since this work is not technically “Intersectional Art” (read more about the definition of Intersectional Art here), I figured I would offer something a little different from the Limited Edition prints that are usually on this site. This page featured a color version of the work titled, “Digital Sunrise” plus a black & white version […]
Have you ever felt like your life was spiraling out of control? Down the drain perhaps? Spiral Life captures that feeling while also giving a glimpse into the amazingly colorful background that most of us miss when things start spiraling. Take a breath and enjoy the ride. Limited Edition Prints of “Spiral Life” will […]
What do you think? Should this artwork use color or simply leave it as black & white? Leave a comment below with your thoughts, feedback and ideas on how this artwork should be done. You Choose ! Limited Edition Prints of [Chosen One] will be available: The intersectional art work by Wheels that is […]
What do you think? Leave a comment below with your thoughts, feedback and ideas for a new title for this artwork. Limited Edition Prints of “Don’t Stare” will be available: The intersectional art work titled “Don’t Stare” by Wheels, or whatever title we settle on, will be part of a limited edition print run. […]
Notewordy artwork being used as a flyer for a Toastmaster club’s meeting built around “The Path to Professional Speaking”. The Art of the Flyer can gain exposure for artists too.
This reminded me of a crinkled piece of paper … … but it doesn’t really work as a title for this week’s intersectional art work. What do you see as the meaning(s) or possible interpretations? I have another version that has green added, but I prefer to stick to the primary colors. What do you […]
If you have been following this website, you probably have considered having a commissioned intersectional artwork created based on your own inspiration. Commission 2015 Anyone interested in bidding on a commissioned artwork, just send an email to dave (at) dmarkwheeler.com with your name, max bid and desired size of the commissioned artwork. You will get […]
The Series gets serious… again This week’s intersectional art work is again related to guns. What do you see as the meaning(s) or possible interpretations? What is the deeper meaning? What do the dots on the right represent? Bullets? Something else? Can you see the connection to history? These are just some elements to get […]