Print Sale!!!

November 24, 2010

A little thank you from me to you (I’m soooo grateful to be a working artist!)  From Black Friday through Cyber Monday (Nov. 26-29) enjoy 40% off ALL PRINTS! Crazy right?!  If you’ve been itching to get your hands on a Hand-Watercolored Savannah Print or Live Oak, now’s the time to scoop them up!  How about a collection of Mini-Savannah Prints for the art lover on your list?

Lafayette Square Savannah Hand Watercolored Print Heather L. Young

I’m also offering 40% off ALL Foodie Prints! Stock your kitchens (or those of your Gourmet friends)!

Green Pear Slice modern Foodie Print by Heather L.  Young

AND 40% off prints at  heatherlyoung.etsy.com Madness I tell you!

Oh Little BlueBird a painting by Heather L. Young

I am so grateful to all of you who have supported and continue to support my work!  Hope you all have Happy Thanksgiving!

 

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Meet Jane Sloss,  architect and watercolor painter from the great Windy City.  (catching the similarities yet? with exception that I’m  just an architecture enthusiast…)  Jane stumbled upon my work a month or so ago, and was kind enough to show me a little love on her blog, A Good Day’s Work.

North Avenue Beach watercolor by Jane Sloss

I’m so glad she found me, as I can’t stop drooling over her Chicago land and city-scapes.

Belmont Harbor 2 by Jane Sloss

I especially love her muted color palette.  It carries the mood of Chicago, but in a good way.

Chicago Christmas Light Watercolor by Jane Sloss

Jane finds the calm in what is typically a hustle and bustle, fury of activity, and it’s quite refreshing.

To see more of her work, including lovely and  quite affordable wedding invitations, visit her Etsy Shop.

I’ve also added her to my blog roll so you can check in on her work, once in a while….many thanks Jane!

All artwork in this post is ©2010 Jane Sloss.

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…the night before your art show…be glad your husband likes to buy stupid things at Home Depot.

A few months back, I showed my work at the Hunter Spouses Club luncheon.  The new Live Oak series was well received…save one small request…”can you draw one of ours?”

Hunter Army Airfield Live Oak Sketch by Heather L. Young

This one certainly takes the cake for the most moss.  I should have it available for purchase sometime next week.  Until then, feel free to check out the rest of my forest over at theinklab.etsy.com.

©2010 Heather L. Young