In an effort to make it a little simpler for people to figure out what paintings are where and who you need to contact to inquire about them, I will be changing the organization of my website a little. If you frequent this site or my Facebook page often, you may have noticed the addition of a ‘store’ (this website) or ‘shop now’ button (Facebook page) near the top of the page. This is because I have opened an Etsy shop and that will be the primary place to purchase my work directly from my studio (me). I thought this might be an easier way for people to find out what I have on hand for sale and to have a variety of payment options to choose from instead of just e-transfer or trusting me with your credit card number over the phone. The payment methods used within Etsy are secure and it will let you know if something is in stock or not. I think it’ll be a little simpler for everyone in the long run.
The ‘available’ gallery on this site then will be so you can view paintings I have for sale in the 5 galleries across the country that represent my work. You are welcome to purchase them of course, but you’ll have to contact the gallery listed with the details of the painting.
My Christmas cards and other limited edition printed paper goods will be for sale on Etsy too. I posted these two small pieces to my shop earlier today:
Once a painting has sold, it will appear in the gallery with the year corresponding to when it was painted. I hope this helps make perusing my site and figuring out what is where a little easier for you. Happy shopping!
My sketchbook journaling class next Sunday (November 18th) in Edmonton is full, but there are still spots in my acrylic mixed media workshop (November 16th & 17th). For details and to register click here.