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Bare Mass Painting - Nuclear Fusion by Regina Valluzzi

Nuclear Fusion is a painting by Regina Valluzzi which was uploaded on March 30th, 2011.

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Love how dominant and strong this piece is.

Regina Valluzzi replied:

Dominant and strong hmmm...

Regina, Beautiful!.. Congrats on your sale!

Congratulations on your sale!!

Beautiful, congrats on your sale!

Amazing mix of colors! Congratulation!

Nice rythmic piece! Congrats on your sale!

Wonderful abstract!!! V/F

Regina, Me too. I own about 50 pieces in my own art collection. And some pretty nice pieces. Charlie PS Real artists don't give a damn what sells they do their work.

Its a long process to get noticed kiddo. I've been at it for 30 years. Good Luck, Regina. PS I tell people about your work.

Regina Valluzzi replied:

I've started showing people yours. I did hear back from a collector (a real collector) who purchased one of my paintings. There's a flip side to this. I've been on the collector side of the fence, hunting around town with a goodly sum of money burning a hole in my pocket hunting for art - and coming away empty handed each time. I see that buyer's frustration reflected in the people coming to fairs who are so delighted to stumble on any artist or cluster of artists not doing the same boring thing (here it's little sailboats and marsh ducks). This tells me the model is broken. So why not move towards Clayton Christiensen and try to find a disruptive new approach?

How'd the show go? Sales?? I hope so.

Regina Valluzzi replied:

Hi Charlie, Noticed you picked a piece that has your eyes to post. Which show? I've only sold 1 original at a show, 2 at small local art fairs, and 20 + through email, the internet, and networking contacts. The shows are good for the CV and in principle should help expand my network. Hmmmmmm ... I'm thinking my next year's focus will be a little less on these shows (expensive! with shipping), a little more on out of the box ideas for making more active connections. I have 7 big pieces up in Portsmouth NH, 20 mixed in an upscale cafe in downtown Boston -both are looking like dead ends, although Portsmouth has promising word of mouth if you become one of their artist "regulars". 2 more in a juried show here in Arlington (actually a decent venue for me - we'll see if anything materializes after the opening), and 3 at the Attleboro Art Museum Members' show (big question mark - we'll see). Two more going into the math exhibit. Interestingly, Arlington and the math exhibit have been generating the best steady stream of website hits. Also Stumbles - but through likes on my Etsy shop items, not art website images. Putting my website in comments (here) and in Etsy descriptions helps gather up the visitors a bit.

No...but I haven't looked to compare. Not that I have seen.

Does anyone else see the resemblance to another FAA artist's self-portraits?

I love this one Regina!

I love the interaction of this painting!

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I want to see that...Arghhh.

Maybe I'll do another in a similar vein and call it "Portrait of Charlie". heh heh heh (evil cackling)

Oh my gosh I'm rubbing off on you...see a Dr.quick. Actually,I see it. I like the new work you are doing.

Especially when they're not yet dry. I'll try again - morning light seems to work better than afternoon. In the thumbnail it reminds me just a little of your last two self-portraits.

Nice Regina..a little too much reflected light but I'm sure it is great. Oils are so hard to photograph.

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