It’s been a while since I created a new girl…and several months since I’ve created a girl that was 16×20 in size. As you know, I’m big on gratitude and with Thanksgiving not that far off, I wanted to create a piece that spoke to both.
Usually the imagery of Thanksgiving is a cornucopia of fruit and vegetables; but this girl I wanted to paint a cornucopia of hearts or love. Give thanks for the love in your life and be sure to give it back as well.
I’ll be listing her in my shop for $175; you, my blog readers, get a sneak peek before I get the listing and additional photos in my shop, so if you’re interested in her before I list, let me know!
Now, if you like this girl, but want a more cost effective option, you can get a mounted print of this girl. (like the segue into my new topic? *wink*)
Here’s an example of an 11×14 mounted print I created
Mounted prints on wood give the look and feel of an original, but cost much less. The print is literally mounted onto a cradled wood panel and is ready to hang. Choose all black sides or patterned paper sides for a more quirky look.
You can choose from 4 sizes: (the following are for rectangular images)
ACEO (2.5×3.5″): $7.50
To give you perspective on the different sizes…
These are the small ACEO mounted prints; they’re popular in the art world as their inexpensive price makes it easy to collect a bunch. These are the only ones that are full wood blocks and 3/4″ on the sides
With the exception of the ACEO blocks (as mentioned above), the mounted prints come on cradled wood meaning they are open on the backside for easy hanging. The sides measure 7/8″
And for the square images in my shop…
I also carry mounted prints in square sizes
Click here to get to my mounted print sections in my art shop but note I’m still just beginning to add specific mounted prints, but you can choose any of the “Pick any image” options for any size and let me know the print you want mounted.
What my kitchen island looked like the other day when I cranked out a bunch to bring to the Barn (several have sold already, yay!)
Last night I prepped a bunch of backgrounds on canvas for some fall-themed pieces I’m working on, so stay tuned for some more new artwork! Thanks for checking out what I’m up to!
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