‘The Liverpool Sound’ limited edition prints AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER

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40x50cm Limited Edition (50)

 

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20x25cm

 

50 limited edition giclee prints of ‘The Liverpool Sound’ have been produced, featuring a digitally extended drum shape and text that wasn’t painted on the original. The customised mount, designed to fit nicely around the drum extension, comes in black (which is exclusive to these limited editions only) . Each fine art print is signed and numbered on the drum in silver (numbers 1-9 already reserved/sold) and are only available via request – email: iconartenquiries@yahoo.com for info.

 20x25cm standard white-mounted giclee prints are available on general sale from my Etsy shop –
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I began painting ‘The Liverpool Sound’ in August 2017, inspired by the 50th anniversary of the ‘Sgt Peppers’ album release. The purpose was to emphasise the vast diversity of Liverpool bands (besides the “Fab Four”) which have made the city proud, including The Farm, Echo & The Bunnymen and The Real Thing. In April 2018, after roughly 109 hours of painting the 18×14″ canvas (and a few tantrums where I almost gave up), ‘The Liverpool Sound’ was finally completed!

 

So, who IS Stephen Mahoney?

I was born in the notoriously creative city of Liverpool back in 1978, where I still live today in the beautiful Sefton Park area. It wasn’t until April of 2013 that I took up painting, purely on a whim, one life-changing night when it finally dawned on me that I needed to find a hobby more productive and less costly than online poker!

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What does he do, exactly?

Fine art portrait paintings, created primarily in black & white acrylics on stretched canvases

 

And the prices?

Prices start from £99.00 for a 12×9″ (approximately A4 size) canvas original. The example pictured below was painted on the most popular 18×14″ size, which prices start from £199.00

YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL - my third painting of Lana Del Rey, this one done to capture what the other two didn't...her gorgeous eyes. Done in acrylics on an 18x14" box canvas in roughly 7hrs30 (12th SEPT '17) Currently NOT FOR SALE

 

So, how does it work?

All work is patiently carried out from photographs, with visual updates on the stages of development being continually sent throughout the process, right up to the point of completion

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A small deposit is initially required, with the remaining balance only due once the painting is complete and has been fully approved by the client. For information on purchasing original artwork and commission enquiries, please use the “contact” page at the top to submit your questions/requests or email: iconartenquiries@yahoo.com. You will receive a response usually within 24hrs. International enquiries more than welcome

 

Why “I Con Art”?

The trading name “I Con Art” derives from the fact that I don’t have any training or art qualifications to speak of but more specifically relates to the subject matter of my commercially-focused pieces – I have an ever-expanding portfolio of work that features iconic figures and scenes from the world of cinema, television, music and sport.  My favourite subjects to paint are iconic people as well as beautiful animals, an example of which is illustrated perfectly below…

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Thank you for visiting my website. Please take your time, have a browse through the gallery pages and, if you see anything you like, visit the “shop” section to see the full range of prints and merchandise available.

Stephen

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