New Shop!

I recently opened a new shop and slowly but surely have been moving things over there. The new shop, pamcarriker.etsy.com is for original artwork and comissions. My old shop, thebagladysart.etsy.com will hold all of my prints. I outsource my printmaking to a professional printer and have really loved the results. I just listed several new prints and will be listing a few more, including my ballerina, ‘Wistful Glories’ next week. I only make 20 prints of 8×10 size of each work. The prints come with custom mats so you can easily pop them right into a frame. The mats are signed and titled and the prints are signed and numbered on the back in archival
pen. For more printing information you can checkout my shop.
This is the latest limited edition print I am offering. ‘Letting Go’ is featured in the current Cloth Paper Scissors The original is not for sale.
I would love if you would come by and heart my new shop, I will return the favor!

No, I didn’t forget:-)

Just in case you are wondering, I did create art yesterday, still ‘on the wagon’ I just didn’t get a chance to post it. I am going to be offering some smaller scale original works, on 185lb watercolor (acrylic) paper that will come already matted. It’s so fun to own original work but not always a practical choice with today’s economy. This little lady is the first of a series of ‘Little Women’ that will each be numbered. It is ATC/ACEO size (2 1/2 x 3 1/2) and is matted to a 5×7 size. This size will be stamped with all of the info just as an ATC, but can be easily slipped into a 5×7 frame for instant, wall art. These will be available in my Etsy Shop.
Now back to finish my Valentine’s Day cookies. Love to all of my sweet readers, have a lovely day!

A New Beginning

Busy working like a fiend, but managed to finish this finally and get it listed. No journal page today, but at least some art and lots of writing. Hope you are all being productive:-) The sun is out and makes me long for spring, but that cold 30 degree temp is keeping me inside. This piece feels just like that to me. Longing for spring flowers on a bright, cold, winter day.
Misty Mawn’s latest piece inspired me a bit with this one. I love her use of white. She gets so much texture from a simple color palette.
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