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July 04, 2016

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How to Care For and Conserve Your Jake Weidmann Art

Our collectors understand Legacy.  They know an heirloom when they see one.

 Our collectors understand Craftsmanship. They know that every detail from conception to execution matters. 

That's why every art piece from the JW studio is created with the highest-rated archival materials and our reproductions are executed with the same time-tested quality. 

So, Collectors - and Soon-To-Be Collectors,  we have listed six important ways to care for your art to ensure that it lasts for generations to come.

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June 22, 2016

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From the Studio

From the Weidmann studio, we're sharing the process of how we package each order with perfection. From the purchase to the delivery, each detail is significant.

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February 02, 2016

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Feathers in Flight

My latest work consists of trading off between a chisel and a paintbrush. I've occupied my mornings with a cool slate of marble, and my afternoons have yielded quiet strokes of the brush. 

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January 25, 2016

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Jake's Story

"A man who works with his hands is a laborer. A man who works with his head is a craftsman. A man who works with his hand, his head and his heart is an artist.”

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October 27, 2015

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Indivisible Individuals

Ever wonder why zebras have stripes? This question baffled biologists for years. Stark against their surroundings, zebras’ stripes stand out to its lion predator who sees only in black and white. It’s unlikely that the zebra would ever find protection from skirting dangers like these, unless, of course, he’s sticking with his herd.

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September 23, 2015

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The Pen of Ages

During the Golden Age of Penmanship (1860-1930) masters and teachers of this art recognized that before one can effectively put pen to paper, they must first learn how to properly put hand to pen.

 

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July 02, 2015

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Journey of the Rose

Before this piece took on three-dimensional life, it was an original concept drawn in pen and ink on calfskin vellum (a material that will outlive me and you and will see the next generation, and the one after that). Designed with meaningful intricacies and skillful symmetry, this piece, a theme amongst Jake’ collection, facilitates powerful truths intended to be intimately consumed by the viewer.

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