Art Giveaway and some new acrylic paintings

To take part in the Art Giveaway, you’ll have to “Like” my page on Facebook and then head over to the Cherry Blossom Tattoo Photography blog and leave a comment for a chance to win one of my small open edition bird prints from my Etsy Shop. On Thursday, Carrie will choose a winner and the winner will be able to choose which print they would like. Hope you will give it a try. And a big thank you to Carrie for sponsoring this giveaway!

I have three new acrylic paintings to share. They are painted on wood that is a half inch thick. The sides are painted black and a block of wood is glued to the back so when the painting hangs it sticks out from the wall by a bit. There is no need for framing, they are ready to hang.

Celebrating the FlowCelebrating the Flow, 7″ x 9″, Acrylic on Wood, $245

Raven Spirit Raven Spirit, 5.25″ x 5.25″, Acrylic on Wood, $150

Tree TotemTree Totem, 7″ x 9″, Acrylic on Wood, $245

I have prints of these in my Etsy Shop.

The originals will soon be listed on my website. Send me an email if you would like to purchase an original. I also want to let you know my prices are being raised with my move to Prescott, Arizona.

Thanks for reading.

Update: Ruby Clover on Etsy won the art giveaway. Check out Ruby Clover at http://www.etsy.com/shop/rubyclover?ref=pr_shop_more

4 thoughts on “Art Giveaway and some new acrylic paintings

  • October 5, 2011 at 9:27 pm
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    K, yes, yes, I’ve “Liked” you! 🙂 And also have gotten lost in your websites reading all the fine things that you write!
    Sending big love to you. ~ L.

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  • October 5, 2011 at 9:57 am
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    If I were rich, I’d buy you out. You know that. So I’m off to “like” you, which I would anyway, except I always forget about Facebook. Did you “like” me yet??? Do it, will ya? Huh?

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  • October 4, 2011 at 1:19 pm
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    Thanks for the comments! Good luck with your move! It’s exciting to be on a new adventure.

    Regarding the ink, I use Epson UltraChrome K3™ ink with my epson 7800 printer. It prints beautifully but it is definitely an investment. I purchased it with the idea that I can grow with it and continue making high quality prints for a long time. My friend has had her epson printer that is similar to mine for over 10 years!

    take care,
    L.

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  • October 4, 2011 at 7:53 am
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    Hi Lindy!

    I so love these new paintings of yours! We too are in the middle of a move. I wish i was spending our transition period where you and hubby are spending yours…in the great outdoors…ours is spent huddled in a little matchbox of an apartment….ugh….with everything in storage…..waiting for the phone call that hubby has the job…..Good luck to you and your new adventure…..ours is taking us to California! Do you mind if i ask you where you get your archivial inks for your printer?? I have a Kodak ESP Office 6150 printer . I don’t know if that would print quality prints of my work or not…?? I would love to open an Etsy shop if i could figure out how to print quality work?? Hugs! deb

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