Saturday, December 25, 2010

Happy Holidays

I hope everyone had a very merry Christmas (or whatever it might be that you celebrate) and you got to spend time with your friends and family.  Getting and giving are important parts of the season but spending time with those you care about is always the best part. Happy Holidays everyone!

Thursday, December 23, 2010

2011 Calendars Marked Down!

I'm down to my last 4 calendars, so get them while you can.  Once these are gone I won't be printing any more until it's time for the 2012 calendars to come out. The calendars are 5x7" and include 12 of my images, one for every month.  This leaves you an image to frame once the month is finished. I normally sell my 5x5" prints for $10 each so it's a great deal since they're printed on the same high quality photo paper as my prints. Click here for further details and ways to display.  I've been selling these for $23 each, the new price is just $18 :).

Thursday, December 16, 2010

It Snowed!

I can't believe we got a significant snowfall this early (or any snowfall whatsoever actually).  Now I realize 'significant' is a relative term and to those of you up north this is a piddling amount of snow :).  In TN, this is what closes schools and makes us stand outside and stare in wonder. 

Here's a photo of my Golden Retriever Sesame that first day. She didn't know what to think about this strange stuff :)   :

And here is the backyard the second day, you can she where she and I had tracked all over the place camera in hand :

Monday, December 13, 2010

New Art Blocks

I'm debuting my new art blocks along with a new website today.    I've noticed that most of my customers came to my Etsy shop through my website (which didn't have a shopping cart) so I decided to just replace them both with a new website with a shopping cart and voila!    I'm still in the process of getting my art blocks listed (I have made lots and lots the last few months!) so if you check back every couple of days, you're sure to find something new.

My art blocks are gel transfers onto wood using my photographs, the process I'm using gives a very distressed,  vintage feel to the artwork.  The distressing goes well with my photographs since they tend to have a sweet vintage feel anyway.

Here are a few of my favorites :