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Mandragora Triptych - original painting! Also - new ACEOs and 25% Off Sale ending TONIGHT! [Jul. 28th, 2009|08:29 pm]
Jasmine Becket-Griffith
Hi everyone!

I have a brand new painting for you tonight - another folding gothic altarpiece triptych - three paintings in an ornate Strangeling Frame - "Mandragora" it is called (the Mandrake root). And guess what - it's up for one penny on eBay! Matt has done a phenomenal job making the frame - you have to see it! In addition I have several brand new ACEO cards for you as well! Also - my 25% OFF EVERYTHING SALE on eBay is ending TONIGHT at midnight - go buy stuff or else you'll miss out!

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Quick reminder - my 25% OFF EVERYTHING SALE on eBay ends tonight at midnight! Last chance this summer to get these on sale! Visit my eBay store here:

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All righty - "Mandragora Triptych" is the title - this truly is another masterpiece! One of the most impressive collaborations between me & my husband Matt so far! For those art history buffs, this is a true FOLDING TRIPTYCH - done in the medieval altarpiece style. In the past, many churches would have folding altarpieces that they would unfold on Sundays or on holidays to display the painted interior. This is one done in high Gothic style - a solid poplar wood triptych (three paneled painting) first cut & carved by my lovely husband Matt - and then finished by me in an antiqued gold leaf finish. It is THREE original paintings in one - it features a gothic angel in the central panel cradling a Mandrake root. Mandrake roots are often spell components and have a lot of mythology & superstition surrounding them. They grow "limbs" that almost give them a human like aspect. On the left panel there is a lovely rooty mandrake, and on the right panel there is a creepy skeletal visage and a bottle gourd (the liqueur made from mandrake roots - Mandragora - is often sold in a bottle gourd). Holding true to the altarpiece theming of the creation, I've called it "Mandragora Triptych". And yes indeed - it has hinges and folds closed easily - it is way cool. We're very proud of this one! A whopping 24" high and about 20" wide when extended. One of my best paintings to date - please do check it out! All ready to hang - this can truly make your house look like a Gothic Cathedral or a fine art museum! Original acrylic painting on solid poplar wood with gold leaf and metal hinges. Matt has added a hanger on the back, so it is READY TO HANG! She's up for just ONE PENNY on eBay for a 7-day auction ending the evening of Tuesday, August 4that 7:00PM Central Time, and you can see her below:



"Mandragora Triptych" BIG 24"x20" ORIGINAL PAINTING - Original Carved Wood Folding Altarpiece Frame!

To see all of my other currently available original paintings, click below:

Jasmine's Originals!

Next up are my new ACEO cards made from my latest paintings! Each is a tiny hand embellished one of a kind canvas print - I only make ONE card ever for each painting - they are numbered #1/1 and signed & dated by me in acrylic paints. Each starts at just ONE PENNY - aceo cards are fun to collect and fit in standard trading card paraphernalia, I love them! Each is up for a 10 day auction on eBay starting at one penny, ending on the evening of Friday, August 7th between 6:45-6:54PM Central Time. To see ALL the ACEO cards, click below:



Jasmine's New ACEO Cards!

Or individually:

"Sisters of Light and Dark" ACEO Cards - Set of TWO ACEO Cards (yes you get both!):

& "A Candle in the Dark" ACEO Card

& "Rainbow Sherbet Fairy" ACEO Card

& "Angel in Lilac" ACEO Card

Enjoy!

Until next time...
-Jasmine


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