Looking for the Real Thing?
Purchasing an original is a big deal.
Not only is the price demanding, but you're investing in something unique, one of a kind, fragile, and ultimately an asset to you and your legacy.
Sounds deep, but art collecting truly is just that.
My goal this year is to make my originals more
obtainable to you. Throughout the year you will find them on Facebook
in a photo album, here under Art for Sale
, and hopefully soon on my website
The blog is the simplest way to purchase an original. Visit Art for Sale (found at the top of this page)
, find the piece, and click Purchase
It goes through Paypal
, and if that doesn't work for you, please Email
me and we can make an arrangement. If you've ever done business with me, then you know I'll do whatever is in my abilities to make it work for you.Buying art isn't like buying something from the store, it's an investment...remember?
I make that investment too by serving you, getting to know who you are, and if possible check in and see how that piece is working for you and your home.
I also create Custom Work
Please be sure to read these Policies first before you ask for a custom piece...as it should answer most of your questions.
If you're interested in owning an original, but don't see one you'd like to purchase simply request a custom piece by visiting my Etsy
shop and contacting me through the "Request custom item"
link there, or email me.
New works will be added often, so keep your eye on the Art for Sale
page by bookmarking it!
From the editorial submissions:
While the spotlight shines on London Town, London based graphic artist Jenni Sparks collaborates with Evermade for the long-awaited ‘London by Hand’.
This stunning hand-drawn map meticulously highlights the London boroughs and neighborhoods, complete with the quirky in-the-know hallmarks and landmarks that make the city so unique. With the print designed and produced from the mapping of an actual geographic tube map; not only is this print beautiful, it’s also a handy reference. It’s full of fun facts about celebrity birthplaces, local markets, social stereotypes, and favorite pubs. Hopefully you’ll be able to spot your favorite London haunts!
Check out more images and info here.
Poster Child Prints is featuring a gorgeous new giclée archival print by Deedee Cheriel. It’s 10×13, printed on Entrada Rag 100% Cotton Paper, embossed with the PCP seal, and numbered and signed by the artist.
Amy Borrell is an illustrator, designer and pattern maker living in Melbourne. Her work is very simple and sweet. Check out more on her site here and her blog here and her shop here.
Vancouver Island-based artist Drew Mosley’s work is started from coffee and tea stains. He then adds inks and/or acrylics. Lovely! Check out more here on his tumblr. And perhaps buy a print on Etsy.
Illustrator Nate Padavick created this map as a catalyst to raise money to support the Turtle Conservancy. Madagascar is home to such an amazing array of exotic and beautiful wildlife. This map represents only a sample of just the reptiles that are at risk, not to mention all the mammals, birds, fish, insects and plant life that are also threatened. If you like this artwork, please click here to purchase a print or make a donation via PayPal (just $5 will pay a security guard’s wage for 2 days!). All donations and print profits will be given to the Turtle Conservancy on behalf of Nate and his website, They Draw & Travel, and are tax-deductible to you.
Go here to see a larger version and help save turtles: http://www.theydrawandtravel.com/turtles
Kate Boxer is a painter and printmaker working in London. Look at more of her work on her site, and learn more about her here.
Kerry Layton is an illustrator living in North London. Visit her website, etsy shop and blog. Also read a little interview with her here.
Blanca Gómez is an illustrator and designer living and working in Madrid. Her artwork is whimsical, retro and fun. Visit her site, blog and shop.
Michelle Armas is an Atlanta-based artist who does amazing abstracts. Check out her bio here. A step-by-step here. Her blog here. And more work here.