I work with a lot of artists with whom you might be familiar (Gregory Manchess, Gary Kelley, Sterling Hundley, David Johnson, C.F. Payne, Mark Summers, Peter de Sève, Brad Holland and others) through Richard Solomon, Artists Representative. Unfortunately, our office/studio space was totally destroyed by the crane collapse in New York, as seen on CNN. The tragedy of the lives, of the construction workers and visitor, lost in the event cannot be minimalized. In addition to this pain, all of the artists had original artwork, often times their best work, on display in that office. There were also thousands of transparencies of the artists' work.
All of that work has now been demolished, never to be seen again. Though our business is being rebuilt, brick by brick, the loss of the history contained in those walls caused great sadness on our part, and we want to share with you what remains. As a tribute, we will be posting as many of these as we can here and throughout the artistic community.
Here's the link to the YouTube Short Clip/Documentary on the Art:
YouTube: The Destroyed Artwork of the Solomon Artists
Illustrator, and associate of Mr. Solomon