Here is the studio Cyber Monday sale – 25% off your entire purchase! Starting now including Cyber Monday in all stores: Bright Day, Inked and Ingrid Art Studio.
Use code: CyberMonday2013 in any of the shops to apply the holiday discount.
Any questions, feel free to send a note.
Blissful Holidays ahead!
Here is the latest studio newsletter – in case you are not subscribed to it (which you can do here) – featuring an ‘End of Summer’ studio artwork sale.
I decided to have an “End of Summer” sale. I have a few artworks that I have been enjoying for a while in my studio and thought it’s your turn now, with a bit of encouragement on my side now are more than affordable – 60% off.
The artworks are in the SALE section of my store. There is a nice variety of sizes and mediums, the stars being the three black bird graphite drawings. Hope you’ll find something that speaks to you!
To receive the 60% discount, please apply at checkout the following code: WINGS
The code will take of 60% off your purchase – please use it only for artworks in the SALE section. If you would like to add non-sale artwork to your order you will have to place a new order and I will combine the shipping afterwards.
If you have any questions at all, feel free send me an email .
The sale will end October 20th.
Stages for the third piece in the Beatitudes series -5:4
‘Blessed are those who mourn: for they will be comforted.’
The first three pieces are in Grand Rapids right now in the Art Prize show. Didn’t get the chance to take pictures of all three artworks in the series together yet.
Below: graphite and silver leaf on wood panel.
I just remembered I liked the black dog theme a lot and I made, later on, a drawing version of this illustration
An original drawing, graphite,acrylic on plaster and wood. The artwork measures 16″x16″, and 2″ deep.
Available in my shop
The Notes on Crows theme revisited. An original drawing, graphite, plaster, acrylic on wood panel. Measures 24″x24″
Artwork available in my etsy store.
Another artwork from the Hiding places series, an encaustic painting done in the carved space of a barn wood block.