This is the cover illustration from my children’s book, ‘WillowMouse”, first published in 2008. It is being released here for the first time as an individual work of art. Pen and ink, watercolor and color pencil.
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This is a re-release of a pen and ink drawing I did in 1986. It was never widely circulated and is making its first public debut today!
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Gallery quality Giclée print on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using Epson K3 archival inks. Custom trimmed with 1″ border for framing.
This is a re-release of a pen and ink drawing I did in 1986. It was never widely circulated and is making its first public debut today.
I decided to publicly re-release some of my older work that’s been sitting in storage for over 30 years. Much of this work has only been seen by a handful of people. It is emotionally rewarding to revisit these pieces and give them life again.
I’m working on my Society 6 store and noticed I could add my own header image …
So I created one with my website on it. LOL
Spent the day working on my wearable art clothing designs
It’s really a pretty good deal – the shirts come in 23 different colors and 6 different styles for men and women – including hoodies at very reasonable prices.
I’ve never really thought about my art being on clothing – so I’m a little challenged in this area – but I am learning a whole lot!!
Lots of products and lots of choices!
Fine Art America dealt with my damaged order and will replace it at no extra cost to me.
So good news today!
After spending 44 years working in Quality Assurance there is ONE thing that drives me nuts – and that is POOR QUALITY.
My first order arrived from Fine Art America – the package was pristine and undamaged – the frame of the picture was broken and obviously PACKED AFTER IT HAD BEEN BROKEN.
This is NOT acceptable.
The idea that someone might buy my art and receive it in this condition is absolutely appalling to me – and embarrassing.
So I’m going to re-think how I want my work sold. I may just do it myself.
Sometimes I like to hang my drawings up and let the wind blow through them – to inform them and imbue them with the nature spirits they invoke.