"Smoke" by Jen Corace
"Smoke" by Jen Corace
“Smoke” is an edition of archival prints by Jen Corace. The print is sized to fit a standard 5" x 7" frame. The prints were created by Tiny Showcase and ship with corresponding certificates of authenticity. The archival artwork has been printed on a heavy 310gsm natural white watercolor paper.
The original piece is Palomino Blackwing pencil on paper.
The time-limited print edition will be available only from 1:00pm EST 06/18/19 to 1:00pm EST 06/25/19. Prints of “Smoke” will not be shipped until after the close of the edition on Tuesday, June 25.
Prints are shipped sealed in a crystal-clear sleeve with an acid-free black mat with a white core and a black backing board.
Jen has chosen the Planned Parenthood Action Fund as this week's charity. $5 from the sale of each print will be donated to help provide reproductive healthcare to women and families.
“More than 100 years ago, Planned Parenthood was founded on this simple idea: Your body is your own. If it is not, we cannot be truly free or equal.”
Meet the Artist: Jen Corace
"Born in New Jersey, happiest being left alone in my room to draw, graduated with a BFA in Illustration from RISD in 1996, traveled a chunk, worked a lot of day jobs, quit them, became serious about illustration at 27, worked on some gallery shows (Portland OR, Seattle WA, New York NY, Tokyo Japan, Philadelphia PA, Los Angeles CA, Providence RI), worked on some children’s books (Little Pea, Mathilda the Orange Balloon, Sweet Dreams, The Steadfast Tin Soldier, Telephone … ), dabbled in other illustration projects (Crate and Barrel, Real Simple, Polygon, Smithsonian Magazine, Shambhala Publications, Tin House), learned about boundaries around the mid thirties (that was a REAL moment, everyone), lives and works in Providence RI, loves her house, loves her dog, loves her friends, loves her family, loves breakfast, loves breakfast for dinner more, loves biking, loves walking more, currently fully realizing and embracing that NJ kid who is most content in a room, at a desk making sense of lines and shapes and colors."