It used to be that you couldn’t find a single piece of Rodney White’s artwork anywhere except his gallery in Atlanta, Georgia. This was exceptionally frustrating for me before moving to Georgia because his works were turnign up everywhere on TV. Every other show had a piece on the back wall of a coffee shop or inside someone’s living room and yet they were nowhere to be found in stores. Then, places like Ballard Designs started carrying them for anywhere from $200 to $400 a pop, which is fine when I’m searching for commercial prpoerties or homeowners willing to make the investment. Not so good for clients on a budget.
Then, it happened. Kirklands started carrying Rodney’s pieces for affordable prices. Large, framed canvases for closer to $100 and I couldn’t be happier. So if you’ve seen his retro inspired work and want one, go to Kirklands. Just know that places like Target have caught on and are selling some but the quality isn’t nearly as good as the stretched canvas framed.