Posted in Creativity, Interviews and Features, News, Works-In-Progress, tagged 5 Questions, artist interview, Artspan.com, Claire Adas, fairy tales, food blog, Tossing Heads on July 6, 2015|
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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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“Demons to Tea” c. Susan Sorrell Hill
Seasons Greetings to all of you, especially the Art Lovers out there!
Just in time for Christmas, two framed prints from my new print-on-demand site have found happy homes and walls. Thank you so much, D. Z. and J. L.!
“Life in the City” c. Susan Sorrell Hill
Are you an artist looking for a beautiful and fluid website platform with a shopping cart to showcase your work? Or would you love to have a relatively simple way to offer your art as open edition, museum-quality prints with many optional choices of sizes, surface, mat and frame? Artspan.com is a classy solution to both of these dilemmas. If you’d like to take it for a test drive, use my Referral Code 95769 for an extra month of trying the site out for free. (That’s a total of two months free for new artists and one month for the referrer. Yay!).
Update (6/12/14): My Artspan print shop is now closed…
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Posted in Creativity, News, tagged Artspan.com, Etsy, new print venue, print-on-demand, prints, Susan Sorrell Hill, susansorrellhill.artspan.com, www.susansorrellhill.com on October 18, 2013|
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It’s a picture-perfect Fall here in Northern California, but I’ve not been experiencing nearly enough of it. I’ve been engrossed (ok, obsessed) with the launching of a viable online print venue. You might have read my recent post about the new Imagkind.com launch? (That post is deleted now.) On second thought, and third thought, and in the middle-of-the-night thoughts, I finally decided to go with Artspan.com for my online print sales. (You’ll find some originals here too.)
Today, I’m launching that site. It’s a classy feature of my work in watercolors, oils, and pencil which also comes with the ability to offer prints-on-demand and optional frames. It also has a shopping cart for the purchase of original works. Stop by and tell me what you think? And if, as an artist, you’ve had any experiences-pros or cons-with Artspan over the years, I’d love to hear about it. (And if they’re the sort of comments you’d rather not post here, I’d be grateful to hear them via the email link at the bottom of my website’s Contact page — here.) Thanks!
I’ll still keep my Etsy shop (original watercolors and works on papers) for the time being, and I’ll be comparing the activity and traffic of these two sites over the holiday season. Egad…the holidays are almost upon us..does anyone smell turkey roasting…or stuffing…or pumpkin pie? Can you tell that Thanksgiving serves up my favorite food?
Ok, now to get out into Nature.
Fall 2014 Update: The Artspan shop is closed (sorry folks, no prints) but the Etsy shop is still open for originals. Thanks for visiting!
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