Sunday, May 25, 2008
Aren't these lovely. This little gallery is part of my ACEO art card collection. And, don't think I'm crazy because 3 of the 4, I purchased from Etsy art card artists. Yep! That's right. Why? I'm an artist but that doesn't stop me from appreciating other artists works. The butterfly on the top left, is the one I created. It's done in professional colored pencils, acid free ink pens and markers on smooth bristol.
I think it's interesting to see the different styles and techinques artists use in making their art.
This little gallery has a special place on a wall in my home. I will be adding to this treasure in the not too distant future.
Friday, May 23, 2008
What's the buzz?
I'm interested in donating the proceeds from my limited edition Last Honey Bee art card to a non profit actively researching the growing honeybee problem. I emailed the VanishingHoneybees.com regarding my contribution but haven't heard back from them. I'm not sure if they received my email and/or took my offer seriously.
My card is for sale on Etsy for $8.00. That's a $200.00 donation if all 25 cards sell. Anyway, it's a contribution I'm willing and able to make. Each card will have a certificate of authencity on the back which is dated, numbered and signed by me and the name of the 501c3 non-profit originization. My only request is that my name as the artist of this artwork is indicated on the website of the non-profit.
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