The Aftermath: The Final Texas Triffid Ranch Liquidation Sale – 4

Although the gallery is closing (with the last of the inventory on sale until this weekend), this Web site will remain up and active for the next year: the annual update was just paid for, and it makes sense to leave it up for a while longer. One thing that will remain, though, will be the Texas Triffid Ranch T-shirts and other ephemera. Even if I’m gone, Larry Carey is still producing outstanding art: my house is already covered with it, and I even have a shower curtain with one of his designs in my guest bathroom. (I share my own bathroom with both Larry’s art and David Lee Ingersoll‘s.) Please feel free to buy up lots of Larry’s work: the gallery is gone, but that Triffid Ranch poster design should live on.

As for blatant and shameless plugs, it’s also time to note that for those who only now came across the gallery and want to know more about carnivorous plants, the book The Savage Garden by Peter D’Amato is still essential reading, and both the original and revised editions will remain beloved and valued components of my library. I may be getting out of carnivorous plant sales, but those books give a lot of inspiration for a new project to be announced later.

To be continued…

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.