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

Introducing Strangeling "Wish Lists" and new "Wishful Thinking" painting from Jasmine

"Wishful Thinking"

A new original painting

Original 8x10 Acrylics on Panel  $1900 email Ron at Wrong Gallery
Limited Edition Canvases and Signed Glossy Prints are HERE
"Wishful Thinking"

This Original Acrylic painting will be at the opening of Wrong Gallery Taipei 靠邊走藝術空間 in Taipei, Taiwan on December 20. Contact Ron at ron@wrongmuseum.comif interested in the original painting (it's an 8x10 oval and priced at $1900)

The open edition signed glossy prints are only $9.99 on sale HERE at strangeling.com

and the Hand Embellished Limited Edition Canvas prints (just use the dropdown fine art print options) - each hand accented by me in acrylic paints, signed, dated, numbered out of 25 (only 25 are ever made) - they are also 8x10 and wrapped on boards, ready-to-hang, and are only $100 HERE

If you prefer eBay, you can also buy the signed paper prints on eBay HERE

and the Limited Edition canvases on eBay HERE

or if you prefer Etsy HERE

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Introducing.... Strangeling "Wish Lists"

You asked, and we listened - we have added a "Wishlist" system athttp://www.strangeling.com under the "My Account" tab at the top of the site.

It's super easy to use, and if it's at all confusing my website admin Sonya has created a nifty YouTube instructional video on how to use the new Wishlist system.

You can setup multiple lists, share them with friends & family, even Facebook, setup an "I want this for Christmas!" list (hint, hint), etc.   Check it out at the new strangeling.com and and for more detailed instruction please watch the YouTube instructional video HERE

Super neat & easy to use, a great way to plan a future collection!
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