All posts tagged: sale

A piece of Montreal

Hello, I did say I would be back to share some of what I’ve been up to right? Well here it is! My newest painting is a Montreal skyline.  My friend moved this summer and I made this for her to put in her apartment.  She loves it and I’m sooooo happy!  She (and our beautiful city) really was my inspiration for this piece!   Society6  is an online venue where I am selling some of my artwork.  There are hundreds of thousands of artists on Society6 doing the same. So I’m just a small fish in a very large pond, but still, I have had some success! Yay! 🙂 For all my friends today I’m happy to offer (in time for the Holidays) a 20% discount and FREE Worldwide Shipping!! This is a really great time to get some art for your walls, or a friend’s wall! You have to use one of these direct links in this post to access my sale. Society6 LINK FOR 20% OFF SALE  I hope you will take a moment to see what I …

New Watercolor Digital Art and Sale on Throw Pillows

Hello friends,  I wanted to share with you my new impressionist watercolor design done completely with my digital paintbrush in Corel Painter!  I am fascinated with the blending of digital and traditional art.  I love painting and I enjoy the freedom of having more options and less mess with the digital paints and brushes that are now at my fingertips.  I only use the brushes that have a traditional feel and function as closely to traditional mediums as possible to get the more natural look that I am after.  I do not use special effects or alter my art in any way.  I simply use my wacom tablet and stylus as my brush and the Corel Painter workspace as my canvas.  I even have the option to mix my paint colors on a palette! I always start with a clean white canvas and build my layers from there.   I am feeling very inspired, so keep your eyes open for more like this! I am loving these colors too…what do you think?   Also, I wanted to let you …

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas…

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house  Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;  The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,  In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;  The children were nestled all snug in their beds,  While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads; excerpt of poem by  Clement Clarke Moore, or possibly, as the claim has also been made, Henry Livingston, Jr. The Challenges that helped me make this  card: Simon Says Stamp Challenge: photo inspiration (stockings) For Your Inspiration: photo inspiration (colors) The Stamping Boutique– Christmas no traditional colors Paper Crafting Journey– Christmas Celebrate the Occasion– Christmas no green Cute Card Thursday– Anything goes Make it Mondays– always anything goes linky comment party! I have some NEW IMAGES available !  I am so excited about these as I was so in the Christmas spirit when I drew them!   I really hope you like them too. The first is my new image “All snug in their Beds”  that I’ve used in my card above.  I …

A New Image, BUY ONE Get TWO!

Did you know that  October is BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH?  I wanted to do my *small* part in showing my support and helping spread the word.  Research is so important, and we  can  be a part of the movement to end all cancers.  Just by sending  our cards to those fighting cancer can do so much to help!  As you know there are many card drives going on in our crafting community and they need all of our support.  Will you join in? SCS is having their 2nd annual Hope You Can Cling To Card Drive and I made this card to show my support.  The image I’ve used is a new one I drew after a little birdie whispered in my ear that it would be a good idea to draw something for cancer awareness.  She is absolutely right!  I hope that the sale of this image will benefit ALL OF US!   HOW WILL IT BENEFIT CANCER RESEARCH?  $1.00 from every sale of this “Hope Branch” image  from my ETSY shop, will be …

Mystery Box Project Revealed!!

It’s time to show you all my CUSTOM CROPS MYSTERY PROJECT!!   I had so much fun with this!! As some of you already know, I received a  box of mystery items from Custom Crops and was invited to make a project  using all of the products in the box!  What would you make with a set of plastic cutlery, a cheerios box and some shrink film??? The girls at Custom Crops have a wonderful sense of humor and our “mission as we chose to accept it” was a ton of fun!! Here’s what was in the box… You’ve seen what I did  with the contents of the box, but wait until you see what all the other designers did!!! You will be amazed at what these ladies have come up with too!!  Please head on over to CUSTOM CROPS for full project tutorials of all our creations!  We would love to hear what you think of them too, so if you have a moment, leave a comment…they really are appreciated!! Custom Crops is also having …