For all of you Art fans and Supporters of Artists…
I’ve just made my pledge to this VERY WORTHY PROJECT, and hope that you too will be inspired to become involved with the Kickstarter funding for Katherine Dunn‘s latest extraordinary book. Click on the link below to watch her professionally-produced and VERY charming video about the project, with images of Katherine’s wonderful art that will also become part of this book. (Sorry the ukulele music won’t be in the book!) I own two other Katherine Dunn books, and they will soon be dog-eared (or is that donkey-eared?) from the pleasurable times I’ve spend with them. Highly Recommended!!! Please pledge to this project if you can…you will be delighted with her art and her unique and wise reflections on Life.
Don’t delay, the Kickstarter clock is ticking…ticking…ticking… Find this project’s feature page and the video here: http://kck.st/2dBkAFF This project’s funding window will close November 3, 2016.
🎄🎄Christmas shopping early? — this book would make excellent gifts, especially for animal and art lovers. (But since full-color illustrated projects always take a while to print and assemble, these beautiful books won’t be delivered until next Summer. Ahh, but such sweet anticipation!).
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“Encounter with the Wolf” © Susan Sorrell Hill
In honor of International Day of the Girl, the Artspan blog is featuring a wonderful selection of female images for their most recent collection of Artspan artists’ work here. “Encounter with the Wolf” (watercolor, pen & ink) is included. Thanks, Claire!
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Museum-quality prints and original art.
Sorry to all of you Prince fans out there: that title reads “Prints.”
As in: museum-quality, gorgeous, collectible prints of my watercolors, oils and works on paper — all with that surreal, fairy tale flavor. There is also the user-friendly option to pick out mat and framing and have the art, ready to hang, shipped right to your door. What could be more delicious?
Are there original watercolors available there too? But of course!
Stop by for an art browse while you’re waiting for that bagel and latte? My art will even be there in the middle the night, ever ready to inspire, delight and entertain. And please spread the news, thank you! ♡
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The editor and curator of the Artspan.com blog, Claire Adas, has just posted a very nice feature of my work here. (Find lots more interesting artist interviews on the Artspan site here.)
While you’re at it, Claire has her own great blog, Out of the Ordinary: extraordinary food from an ordinary kitchen, replete with fascinating prose and mouth-watering recipes and foodie shots.
“Tossing Heads” (watercolor, pen & ink) Museum-quality prints and the original painting are available here. “At the time, it did seem like a good way to relax…”
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What’s better than a giant box from Godiva, dinner at Chez Panisse, some sparkly bling from Tiffany‘s, three dozen ruby-red roses, and that widget you’ve been lusting after? For art lovers, that answer can only be Art. If you’ve had your eye on a particular painting, make haste to take advantage of a rare opportunity: the ♥20% Off Sale♥ in my Etsy shop right now. That’s 20% off shop-wide on original watercolors with a uniquely surreal, fairytale flavor! Choose a favorite, click Add To Cart, and enter code TREATYOURSELF at checkout. Sale ends February 15, 2015. (Sorry, no guarantees that your art will arrive by Valentine’s Day… but isn’t waiting for something beautiful entirely worth it?)
“Untitled” (detail) watercolor, pen & ink
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The studio corner where I gather my wits.
I had an epiphany this morning, standing at the sink. It was foggy and wet outside, and my small life suddenly made sense again. Continue Reading »
Posted in Creativity, News, Wisdom | Tagged doing what you love, following your heart, forget your perfect offering, Katherine Dunn, lemming crowd, Leonard Cohen, life change, living a small life | 13 Comments »
The “The Around the World Blog Hop” continues…
Alice Ratterree’s Mother Goose illustration in process. © Alice Ratterree
In case you missed it, Alice Ratterree is the artist-blogger who is following my own post last week for the Blog Hop. Alice’s shares her unique and delightful answers to all of those intriguing Hop questions about her work as an illustrator, along with an eyeful of her gorgeous art!
(Thanks to Alice for the nice shout-out for my own work too…) 🙂
Find Alice’s post here: News: Let’s blog hop around the world…
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