Cyber Monday Newness!

November 30, 2009

Two brand new prints for your Cyber Monday shopping list!

Originally published  by my friends over at Skirt! Magazine, I present to you Gingerbread Men in Skirts No. 1

and Gingerbread Men in Skirts No. 2

Both prints are printed with the finest archival inks onto yummy epson paper.  They measure 8×10″ with a small white border for framing.

©2009 Heather L. Young

Both of these charming little prints can be found over at The Produce Stand, and you have until the end of tomorrow to take advantage of FREE SHIPPING!

My commission schedule is also getting very full, so don’t delay if you’d like a Pet Portrait or Pen & Ink…I am very  near capacity this year, and rates will go up after Dec. 1.  Thanks to all of you who have already taken advantage of my Holiday Sale! The postman may not like me much today!

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Holiday Specials!

November 23, 2009

I have BIG NEWS!  The Original Foodie Prints are back!

“Sweet Potato Blossom,” ©2009 Heather L. Young

Only this time they’ve been printed with the finest archival inks onto lush epson paper…and the best part?!?…I’ve just listed them at $18!  How’s that for the Foodie on your list?  But wait…there’s more…

AND…….

Probably the most recognized image of Savannah, the Forsyth Park Fountain.  For those of you unfamiliar with Savannah, Forsyth Park is the place to be on bright sunny days…Vayda and I go there to people (and dog) watch from time to time.  It seems as though there is always something fun going on at the park, a festival, a concert, etc…if you ever make it here, be sure to take a walk through the moss draped live oaks, and flourishing azaleas…it’s a real jewel of Savannah…

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©2009 Heather L. Young

For a peek at the old b&w version…CLICK!

Mystery Pet Portrait

November 20, 2009

Tis the season for custom Pet Portraits and Pen & Inks! I love the hustle and bustle this time of year, the steady stream of work in the studio, the variety of subject matter, reuniting with old clients, and meeting new ones…it’s an exciting time…the only downside, is having to keep everything top-secret until after Christmas…so here’s a sneak peek of a mystery pup in progress…don’t you just love that patterned paper?   …and those giant ears!

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P.S. I still have time for more Christmas commissions!  Email heather@FLYoungStudio.com for a quote and time estimate.

 

One of the most beautiful places in Savannah, Bonaventure Cemetery.  I’m really preferring this color version to the old b&w.

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©2009 Heather L. Young

This time, a peek at the “uncropped” painting.  I rather like the contrast of the tightly sketched line work vs. the loosely applied washes.  Thoughts on framing?  I’m tempted to find a framing style that would allow for these haphazard washes to be viewed…

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©2009 Heather L. Young

P.S.  here’s a little info on our beloved Waving Girl. To see the b&w version, CLICK!

Bekah came across a card, addressed to me, from say 3 or 4 years ago.

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I remember Miss Joy quite well, and this just warms my heart!

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Little finds like this remind me of how much I enjoyed teaching art.  I think we are all born with a full supply of creativity, that sadly, whittles away the older we  get.  Working with the little ones (white at times exhausting) proved a constant source of inspiration…maybe one day, I’ll sign up again.