Art is the desire of a man to express himself, to record the reactions of his personality to the world he lives in.
--Amy Lowell

Science and art belong to the whole world, and before them vanish the barriers of nationality.
--Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

 

About the Artist and the Art:

Rick Luther has been creating Pencil Sketches, Sculpture, Jewelry, and Photography for over forty years.  The prints presented here are created as limited editions of fifty-two.  They are all hand numbered and signed by the Photographer/Artist, Rick Luther.

 

Technical information:

All prints are produced on canvas using the finest archiveable reproduction methods available and are mounted on a 1/4" foamcore substrate. The materials used are the very best available and are acid free.  All artwork is guaranteed for 100 years.

 

Sizes:

The sizes indicated are frame (not included) sizes and include a four inch border of foamcore. 

 

Pricing:

Editions three thru fifty-two are available at $299.00 per each. The first and second issues of any of the artwork presented here are not for sale.

 

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Shipping:

All prints are shipped flat (sandwiched) by UPS 2nd Day Air at a cost of $19. This includes Hawaii & Alaska.  Please allow two weeks for delivery.  Shipping outside the USA can be arranged if required .

 

Contact Information:

 

For general inquiries or to order any of the prints shown, you may contact "STUDIO 52" by:

Email: studio52@rluther.com

Toll free phone number   1-800-345-1107

Mail: 

 

"STUDIO 52"

11900 Elena Dr. NE

Albuquerque, NM  87122

 

 

 

 

 

"Three Trees in Santa Fe d702"     30x38

 

 

"Jerome #55 d502"    30x38

 

 

"Moon Over Pear Tree #12 d601"   26x34

 

 

"Man's Best Friend d702"     18x36

 

 

"Rose #7 d801"   36x28

 

"Casa de Santa Fe #18 d702"   38x30

 

 

"White Sands #21 d501"   38x30

 

 

"Life-form in a Wheat Storm  d200"   30x38

 

 

"Latch #21 d700"   26x34

 

 

"Coleus #65 d300"   26x34

 

 

"Elena in September #11 d899"   38x30

 

 

"Centilashes #3 d399"   26x34

 

 

"Gato Negro #9 d800"   26x34

 

 

"The Lock #6 d900"    26x34

 

 

"A Pinkish Hue #3 d501"   26x34

 

 

"Man Versus Machine d600"   26x30

 

 

"All's Well That Ends Well d600"   22x30

 

 

"Family Portrait #8 d600"   26x34

 

 

"Glaring Pastels d399"  26x34

 

 

"Seven d600"  30x38

 

 

"White Sands #4 d501"   38x30

 

 

"The Morning After d198"   22x30

 

 

"Casa #8 d798"   38x30

 

 

"Eureka #33 d600"   34x26

 

 

"Spectacles #2 d300"   32x24

 

 

"Aerodynamics #5 d702"   34x26

 

 

"Persistent Dianthus #6 d300"   34x26

 

 

"Despair #22 d702"   22x18

 

 

"Bosque #5 d900"   38x30

 

 

"Pumphouse in Los Lunas #4 d901"   30x38

 

 

"Santa Fe #17 d702"     30x38

 

 

"Part One d702"   24x32

 

 

"Panzies #9 d700"   30x38

 

 

"Oak Creek #44 d502"   36x30

 

 

"Silhouette #8 d501"  28x36

 

 

"Streetlamp in Durango d600"   30x38

 

 

"Philodendron#1 d803"    30x38

 

 

"Girl #35 d901" aka "Special Bitch"   24x32

 

 

"Power Streaks #5 d400"   36x30

 

 

"Eagle #1 d398"    28x36

 

 

"Three Men Running d200"  36x30

 

 

"Casa de Lalo d900"  38x30

 

 

"Self-Portrait d500"   24x28

 

 

"View From The Castle #4 d802"    38x30

 

 

"Duquesne Bridge #5 d802"     36x34  

 

 

"Granite Rocks # 44  d504"   38x30

 

 

"Santa Fe #8 d1202"  30x34

 

 

"Granite Rocks # 7  d504"   38x30

 

 

"Iraq 2003  d603"   38x30

 

 

"Granite Rocks # 2  d504"   38x30

 

 

"Lalo" # 2  d104"   11x14

 

 

"Trees at Oak Creek # 2  d503"   38x30

 

 

"Globe Willow # 4  d503"   38x30

 

 

"View From The Train # 7  d503"   38x30

 

 

"Fall Colors # 2  d503"   38x30

 

 

"Sedona, Broken Arrow Trail # 2  d1004"   34x30

 

 

"Sedona, Bell Rock Loop # 4  d1004"   36x32

 

 

 

"Begonia w/Stripes # 1  d205"   36x18

 

 

 

"Wagon Wheel #3 d1202"  32x30

 

 

 

-Unfinished-   26x30

 

The fine line between Art and Science is a mirage.
--R.Luther

 

Music selection is "Ike Ia Ladana (Queen's Jubilee)" by George Winston

 

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