|Jasmine’s “Four Seasons” now available! New blankets, works-in-progress, last cha
||[Dec. 17th, 2015|02:45 pm]
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Updates from Jasmine!
Wonderful update for you today!
My Four Seasons show was a BLAST at Pop Gallery last weekend. Thank you ALL who came out to see me & the new artwork, we had our largest turnout yet. My next show will be January 16th at Disney Springs’ Marketplace Co-Op (details here)
The good news now is that all my Four Seasons prints & canvases (and a couple of the originals) are now available for sale to the public!! We have the prints for all four seasons, various sizes, and sets of all four together on SALE this week (from only $9.99 each) at Strangeling.com HERE. Limited Edition Canvases and any remaining original paintings are available directly from Pop Gallery – email them here or call 407-827-8200.In Patreon news – congratulations to Elisabeth of Phoenix, AZ for winning my set of autographed Three Fates figurines! And another congratulations to Vicki of New Tazewell for winning this month’s FREE original painting Tiny Treasure! I’ll be announcing the next giveaway shortly, and we’ll be doing yet another original painting giveaway in January. The giveaways are through my Patreon here – As long as you are signed up (subscriptions start at literally $1) you will automatically be entered in all of them.
And finally just a head’s up – the “Bone Chariot” Limited Editions are SOLD OUT. The final (#5 of 5) one is up for auction HERE on eBay, a Masterpiece Edition, 36″ in size, hand embellished by me, with bidding starting at just one penny. This will be your last chance ever to buy one, no more will be made.
New THROW BLANKETS – these are so pretty, and just in time for the beginning of winter! “The Little Match Girl,” “The Holly & the Ivy,” “Winter,” and “Christmas Candle” are all available worldwide as super soft throw blankets here (be sure to scroll down at the end to see my blankets for sale).
This is really neat – local filmmaker Tony LoParco has made a short documentary/interview about me (Matt is in there too) – you can watch it up on YouTube here – check it out, only 11 minutes or so…..