Albanese typically sells his work for $1,000 and up, and he makes editions of 10 for each size print.
“We just wanted to make sure our sense of humor clicked with hers,” said Albanese.
Albanese, who draws inspiration from lyrics, movies and everyday life, often takes up to two months to execute each “small world.”
Perhaps sensing he was losing his battle to win his wife back, Albanese apparently lost control.
But Albanese tells me he did not mean to imply that domestic sex trafficking is not a serious issue.
For his next image, Albanese wants to try to use Saran wrap, or some kind of thin plastic, to depict an ocean scene.
When he fell ill, he was taken care of, most affectionately even, by the Albanese.
The same may be said of valencia and poplin de laine, either with Albanese stripes on a plain ground, or a large plaid pattern.