Quicksilver is a finalist in the Figurative Category of the Art Renewal Center's 2012 / 2013 International Salon Competition.
Golden Moment is a finalist in the Art Renewal Center's 2011 / 2012 International Salon Competition
Golden Moment has been selected to be published in Spectrum 19.
Don's painting, "Six Paces Turn and Fire" was used on the cover of Tampa Bay Magazine to promote the Gasparilla Festival held in Tampa Bay.
The Maitz & Wurts Studio Shop is now online. You can order prints, limited editions prints, inquire about commissions or the purchase of original art. Click on the image above to visit the store.
Nineteen of my works featuring sea dogs and scalawags are to be in a two year exhibit at the Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay, WI. The exhibit is called Pirates: Ship to Shore and will be open from May 19, 2012 - March 2m, 2014. For further informatiojn you can visit their website.
Maitz's Second Drowning appeared in the May 2012 issue of American Artist magazine and the July issue of Art Connoisseur Magazine as part of the articles featuring the groundbreaking exhibit, At the Edge: Art of the Fantastic at the Allentown Art Museum in PA.
Set 2 Bretheren of the Coast is available with additional game cards and a rule book. the initial release includes game cards an an additional deck of playing cards all featuring Don Maitz's art. More info can be found here.
The Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture in Delray Beach, FL featured 66 original paintings by Don Maitz that were displayed for a six month long exhibition. This exhibition combined with three other concurrent museum presentations offered 88 works by Don Maitz to be on display simultaneously in 2012.
While at the Lucca Comics and Games 2011 convention Don and Janny particpated in a demonstration in the Performance Area. A time lapse video is available to view on the Collaborative Worlds of Janny Wurts and Don Maitz website. Click here to go to that page.
Mythic Journeys, an award winning documentary film by Imaginal Cells Filmworks , features artwork by Don Maitz and Janny Wurts among interviews, animated sequences, and stop motion puppets created by Brian and Wendy Froud. To see more about this film click here.
Interior illustration of Duma Key (right hand page) by Don Maitz.
|Don Maitz's, BlackBeard's Revenge, appears as the cover illustration on a new hardcover book from National Geographic titled, Blackbeard The Pirate King. No Prey No Pay appears opposite the title page of this book containing a history of Blackbeard including his story told in verse by J. Patrick Lewis.|