BIG News!!! Christmas Comes Early!

I have some awesome BIG NEWS to share with you! My new book, Mixed Media Portraits with Pam Carriker has had it’s release date moved up and will be in-house at the North Light Shop on January 20th!!! And it’s now on sale there!!! That’s two months earlier than the original release date!!! I’m beyond excited!!! Oh and more good news is that it’s on SALE today at the North Light Shop-HALF OFF the cover price!!!!

The book is a nice fat 160 pages, they upped the page count to include even more instruction and eye candy. It would make a great Christmas present, just saying:-)

And if you’ve already ordered it from Amazon  you’ll be getting it way earlier than the original release date, likely the first part of february rather than late March!!!

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  2. Hi Pam.
    I received your beautiful print, “Admiration.” The colors and story this image tells is tender and heartwarming to me. How would you recommend I frame this; under glass? I really love it, and thank you for your generosity.


    • I’m so glad you like it Rhelda. Yes, under glass would be best to help prevent against fading. It is an archival print, gliclee, and can be treated as you would a watercolor painting.

  3. Dear Pam,
    Congratulations on your new release! Your book Art at the Speed of Life was a pivotal force in my art journey. I am really looking forward to reading and studying Mixed Media Portraits! Best wishes for your continued success . . . you deserve it!
    Pauline Rohrmann

  4. Happy Holidays Pam,

    I just ordered two copies of your new book. I’m thrilled that it is going to be out so early. I have all your paints, purchased the misters and dabbers and am ready to play. I just got the new stencils, which look fun and I will incorporate them in my first playtime.

    Merry, Happy, Peace & Love to you and yours!

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