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For all my Etsy fans…the Etsy shop of Susan Sorrell Hill (alias Aunt Soup) has just re-opened. You’ll find a veritable plethora of original watercolors with that surreal, fairytale flavor here.

Thanks for stopping by…those visitor numbers are always very encouraging in my Stats counter!

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Have you ever wished you could own one of my original paintings? Now you can…

I’m excited to announce the Grand Opening of my new Etsy shop, Aunt Soup! Here you will find original watercolors and other works on paper made by me, Susan Sorrell Hill (alias Aunt Soup), along with photos, informational tidbits about my working process, my studio…and another glimpse of life through the eyes of an artist.

If you’ve never been to the Etsy site, you’re missing something special: a vast collection of artists and craftspersons working in every conceivable medium and price range. It’s a feast for the eyes, and there are many ways to search and site tools to help you navigate through the deliciousness of it all…Gift Ideas, Category Searches, Member’s Curated Treasuries, Member’s Favorites, Newly Posted Items and Color Searches, just to name a few. There is always new work to be seen, and Etsy has made it very easy for collectors to browse and purchase directly from the maker, and get to know them as real people in the process. It’s a shopper’s paradise…and it’s also very easy to purchase that special item that’s caught your fancy!

Visit me and my work at Aunt Soup here.

(And yes, Aunt Soup is a family nickname from way back…)

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Last week I wrote about the New York City fundraiser that would be auctioning off artwork for The Bakhita Girls Project. Five of my own watercolors will be up for grabs too. The benefit evening is almost here…and if you are in New York City on Wednesday, August 10th, it promises to be quite a musical and art happening–and a very worthy event!

Alas, California is so far away…

Read all the details for the evening at http://bedstuygateway.wordpress.com/2011/08/08/bakhita-girls/

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