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The Studio Project

Last week I mentioned that I wanted to start painting again. The first 6 months of last year, I was working on commissions and selling paintings and prints out of my Etsy shop almost daily and it was everything I

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Pig!!

While Chris cooked up this for our Easter dinner: I carved my own ham out on our oversized chalkboard: (All the while, Greta was chowing down on cheese from the looks of it. Ha!)  I have been getting requests for

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New Abstract Flats!

Six new16x20s were added to the gallery this weekend. Catch a sneak peek below or head over to the Etsy shop to snag one up. About these abstract flats: My mission has always been to bring original, affordable fine art

I did this painting last January with every intention to sell it and then I hung it in our dining room and loved it for a whole year.  The massive 87″x60″painting is now officially for sale.  See all the details

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New Art

While I have been adding the final touches on the art for Greta’s room, I have been working on some paintings for the gallery shop.  Woot. This 24×36 painting was just added and is available for purchase here. Also, since

We ended yesterday’s post saying we decided to trim out the grasscloth wall.  Luckily we were able to get most of it trimmed out on Saturday after we finished wallpapering, but I had to finish spackling holes and caulking before

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Adjusting and Restocking

2013 already feels different.  There have been so many changes, yet Chris and I are both itching for some excitement. Greta isn’t napping anymore and really, my world–our world, has been turned upside down.  I feel significantly more tired from

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Make Way

Something big is going on the next few days.  We are cleaning out as much of our Etsy shop as possible, (*cough* the studio is getting crowded) to make way for new art.  New paintings and new–better!–chalkboard drawings and prints.

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Ten New Abstract Flats.

Good Morning!  Last week I introduced new 16×20 original paintings on unstretched canvases to our Etsy shop.  It was an idea I came up with to be able to bring more affordable fine art to even more homes.  To your