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  • Becky WellmanHi Chris, Is it possible to get a print of “Two Sisters”?
  • Paul KaloustianHi Chris, Love this mural. I have a house in Hallowell of all granite and would love to purchase this print - please provide details when you can. Also any insight of other images or works you may know of Hallowell that may be available let me know Paul
  • Robert HoweI love these portraits. They convey a mood unique to each painting.
  • HallowellKitthank you, so glad you enjoy it.
  • Susan CookThis is a spectacular painting. Emanates longing for freedom, discovery, the curious and enticing. I have had it in my office for many years and it draws much wonder.
  • HallowellKitHi That watercolor original sold a few years ago. I do have a large fine art print of the Summer Garden watercolor. It is about 15 x 20 inches, image size on 17 x 22 inch paper. The paper is fine art watercolor paper and printed with archival pigmented inks. Very nice looking print. The signed print is $125. Let me know if you are interested. I am in the process of building out the printshop on my website.
  • Sarah AaronHello! Is this available for purchase?
  • Bill HastyI’m feeling particularly outraged this morning after reading the article in today’s paper regarding the theft of George Floyd Black Lives Matter signs which you so beautifully designed. Your work in bringing social awareness of the ugly face of racism that continues to plague our country is timely and much appreciated. I too want to lock arms with my neighbors in the fight against bigotry and hate by displaying your sign in our yard. Would you kindly advise me how I can purchase a sign. Warm regards to you and your family.
  • Dave BruceWould you happen to know about a bank mural artist of the 1950s who was somewhat legendary around he Kennebunk area? Just looking for his name. We have a painting by him. He painted very seldom, his main thing was the murals. Thank you.
  • Rob MacksGreat work! I just bought a BlackLivesMatters sigh from you. May I post it on my Facebook Page?
  • HallowellKitHi, Yes, Rodman Cart is my father. He turned 90 in April and unfortunately, is no longer painting. My parents still live in Phippsburg.
  • Moira BenzingI have a painting signed by Rodman Cart (it was my Mom's) and would like to know if you are related to the artist? The painting has a description taped to the back reading..."The Kennebec River near Phippsburg Center, ME 1972. Painted by Rodman Cart, Minister of the Congregational Church at Phippsber Center." Any information on the artist and if you are related would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Moira Ben zing
  • HallowellKitJust saw your note from last September about a painting of mine of a woman sleeping on a beach. I think you might mean my painting, Schooner Days, which is of my wife asleep on the beach when she was pregnant with our son. I do have a print of that. I have the original offset lithograph print for $35 and I also have a fine are giclee print on archival paper with archival pigmented inks for $125. Hope you and yours are all safe and healthy in these difficult days. Cordially, Chris
  • HallowellKitHi Just now saw your message from back on October 12, 2019 regarding a print of my painting Wine Festival. The print size is 15 x 28 inches, 38 x 71 cm. Price is $125. and P&P will be $20 to UK. The print is on fine art, acid free, smooth watercolor paper, and printed with archival pigmented inks. Hope you an yours are all well there in this difficult era. Glad you like the painting. Chris
  • SusanneI love this painting. How big is the print and what is it printed on? How much for p&p to the U.K.?
  • NancyLooking for Summer Day print. Girl sleeping on beach
  • Kay PrattWow!!! Your art really speaks to me!!! But then it always did and has! You are amazing!
  • Great textures, movement, ....So full of life! Great textures, movement, tactile and batique -like(sp) quality in the fish. What hours can the public view on Thursdays?
  • Jenny McKendryThanks for your hard work, it's Exciting to see the beginning.
  • Mike FrettTerrific! Happy that your able to start bringing life to that concept. I'm eager to follow this development.
  • ALICE B CHICOINEWonderful website of extraordinary pieces of work!
  • Elizabeth BetitAwesome Chris!!! Can't wait to see what you will do!!!
  • Melody GoyerWhat type of varnish did you use?
  • HallowellKitHi The type of paint for outside murals partly depends on what you are painting on. I have outside murals using Golden Acrylics--the colors rated of outside use-- (https://www.goldenpaints.com/technicalinfo/technicalinfo_murals). Using these painted on 100% polyester canvas. Fredrix has a tough version. Right now I am working on one using another fabric, Polytab (PT20R Polytab,) a non-woven synthetic. With Golden acrylics and Nova Color paints. This will be glued to a brick wall. This is the "canvas" used in so many of the Philadelphia murals. Look up Polytab method or Parachute Cloth method for murals. I also have some painted on Alumilite panels. Basically signage panels, kind of like aluminum "plywood". Tow sheets of aluminum with a plastic waffle core. Very light, tough and with an enamel surface to take paint--NEEDS TO BE SANDED before use! On these panels i used 1Shot sign painter enamels. Very tough and lasting very well up here in our Maine weather. (I have test panels outside as well, using Golden acrylics and so far holding up jsut fine after 1 1/2 years. Hope this helps. What's your mural project? chris
  • Christina MorrisLove your art work
  • George DunnBeautiful!
  • HallowellKitUnfortunately no Woodstock this year. The major construction downtown made logistic too difficult...but we hope to come back with a splash for woodstock 2019.
  • LynnDo you know if there will be a Woodstock revival in 218?
  • Mike SeitzingerHello, Chris - Are any of your Rail Trail prints available (I have one), and, if so, is there a place where they can be seen? Hope all is well. Mike
  • AlexCan't wait to see the progress!
  • HallowellKitoh, you bet, spoke with Sam last week and today as it happens. 🙂
  • AlexI hope you collaborate with Sam Webber, Hallowell’s historian!
  • Jill LectkaHi Chris, I will definitely contribute. What a great project. Please include Martha Ballard in the mural. http://historichallowell.mainememory.net/page/1495/display.html
  • Deborah Caldwell... and, Chris, the one in Brunswick. You did a mural there, too, correct? THIS IS A WONDERFUL THING. Wonderful. It will leave a legacy of you-ness, too. Love from us all, by Debbie Caldwell
  • Virginia LemanGreat pics of muscles. I took A. & P. 2 yrs. in college & loved studying it.
  • sandii just bought this beautiful picture from a thrift shop i just love it so much
  • Matthew BaldwinI love this print we got as a gift years ago. I've always been curious about the grim reaper like figure in the window. Kind of creepy. "bye bye man".
  • Kit of HallowellHi, You can buy a poster locally in Hallowell at City Hall or at Boyntons Market. Or here at my site and I will ship it to you. https://christophercart.com/product/old-hallowell-day-poster-2015/ Thanks. So many love this one.
  • PaulJust stunning, Chris, elegant -- heartiest congratulations. Paul Baribault
  • Sharon BillingsIs there a way I can purchase this poster? Thank you. Sharon

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