Jasmine Becket-Griffith (jasminetoad) wrote,
Jasmine Becket-Griffith

Strangeling Frame Original, Oz prints, FaerieCon Panel Discussion & more

Hi everyone!

I've been having a lot of fun with Kachina & the kids! Today though they go back home =( I'm going to miss them so much.

Juts a quick update today - I have a gorgeous "Strangeling Framed" original painting available (re-listed, some of you may have seen this one before) as well as Prints & Lt. Ed. Canvas Prints for sale of my Wizard of Oz "Off to See the Wizard" painting, for those of you who have been asking! Also - a quick note - those of you coming to FaerieCon are in for a treat - I'll be doing a "Panel" discussion - my very first public panel - with fellow artists Jessica Galbreth & Joseph Corsentino (Time of the Faeries) about faeries (particularly contemporary/urban faeries!!!) at 4:00PM on Saturday afternoon. Come see me! The rest of the show I'll be at my booth, don't worry, hehe. For more programming/panel/show information at FaerieCon - CLICK HERE!

The new "Strangeling Framed" painting is called "Out Trick-Or-Treating." Some of you may have seen it before - unfortunately the original eBay winner of this auction was a Non-Paying Bidder, so I have had to file a report with eBay and have re-listed the painting. Always remember - eBay bids are binding contracts, serious bidders only! Their loss is your gain however, and "Out Trick-Or-Treating" is ready to find a new home! It is a beautiful, amazingly unique painting for you - a collaboration between myself (the artist) and my husband Matt (the framer/woodcrafter) which combines both 2-dimensional painted elements as well as 3-dimensional sculptural elements! Not only is it a stunning painting - it also has an ORIGINAL "Strangeling Frame"! The frame was handcrafted and hand-cast by myself & Matt - in fact the frame itself contains one of my 3-d wide eyed beauties! It is way too cool! You really have to see this one (link is below) to see what I mean. "Out Trick-Or-Treating" features a trio of costume-clad (or are these even costumes at all??) cuties - a beautiful little Halloween witch with haunting eyes, a handsome Pumpkin king with a Jack-O-Lantern head, and a grinning skull. Other Halloween elements can be found if you look closely! There is a phenomenal amount of detail in this piece, I'm very proud of it. At the top of the frame is a 3-d "Strangeling" clutching a pumpkin, as well as some little skull details, skull & crossbones, etc. The painting is quite large - 28" high by 18" wide - I've even posted a photo of myself standing with it in the auction. It is READY TO HANG! I am so happy I am able to start creating works like these, and by collaborating with my husband and his workshop, I truly have made my dream a reality, especially now that we are branching into TRULY original frames! It really has to be seen in person to appreciate it! It is an original acrylic painting on masonite, and is going up in my eBay store. I have put the "Best Offer" option on this piece - so feel free to make me an offer, all offers are considered. If you want it though, grab it now - if nobody buys her in the next couple of days she'll be coming with me next week to FaerieCon!!!!!


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

Jasmine's ORIGINALS!

Now, GREAT news for those of you folks who have been pestering (hehe) me for prints & canvas prints of my latest Oz painting, "Off to See the Wizard". I went ahead and added her today on my website, due to popular request. Big prints, little prints, and Lt. Ed. Hand Embellished Canvas Prints are now up on my website here:

"Off to See the Wizard" PRINTS

And a reminder - FaerieCon is coming up weekend after next! I'll have literally thousands of prints, original paintings, statues, jewelry, cameos, books, and more in a big 20 foot booth. As I mentioned - I'll be doing a panel Saturday afternoon with Jessica Galbreth & J. Corsentino - it should be fun - maybe educational? Hehe- hope to see you there - for more info click below:

FaerieCon & Jasmine's other Appearances

That's all for now .....


Until next time...

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