I’m so excited to finally have the Live Oak Tree Prints for sale. They’re available in three different treatments, Icy Blue and Moss Green hand watercolored prints, and archival black prints on Natural paper.  All are hand-signed, and though they are listed at 5×7 inches, I can certainly print 8×10’s or even 11×14’s should you fancy a larger size.

Live Savannah Oak Tree Paintings and Drawings by Heather L. Young of theinklab.etsy.com

©2010 Heather L. Young, theinklab

I welcome your comments, and I’m still tree huntin’ so if you know of a spectacular oak, do tell!

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Jello Anyone?

March 29, 2010

Special thanks to Vintage Frocks of Fancy for including Granny J’s Jello in her latest treasury.  Fun finds no?

This treasury of  kitschy goodness will only be available until Wednesday.

Hope you’re all out enjoying a safe and wonderful St. Pat’s!  This is Liz’s first St. Pat’s in Savannah, so we made her draw the name for the  St. Pat’s Day Give-A-Way.

she’s bursting with excitement, can’t you tell?!  lol!  and the winner is…..

Jen B!  Thanks so much for entering and for your support of my work over the years!  Hope you love your new prints!

Now it’s time for green beers and good times!  Happy St. Pat’s everyone!

Last Day to Enter!

March 16, 2010

Free Sublime and Granny J’s Jello to the person that wins!  Eat Your Greens people!

The first of March starts the official countdown to St. Pat’s here in Savannah, and what better way to celebrate than to give away some green?  Up for grabs are two of my favorite prints from the Eat Your Greens Series, Sublime and Granny J’s Jello.  All you have to do is leave a comment to this blog post and you’ll be entered into a random drawing to win both prints.  The winner will be announced on St. Patrick’s Day.  May the luck of the Irish be with you!

Sublime

Granny J’s Jello

All Artwork © 2010 Heather L. Young

Studio Overhaul…

February 22, 2010

After living here for the last 8 months or so, It’s about time I got this studio in working order…Bulletin boards and calendars are pretty well useless if not hanging on the walls.  So this weekend, I painted the studio a fresh February Frost color.  Something punchy to get me motivated.  Here’s a sneak peek…I still have a long way to go, but I think my Blushing Mona will fit right in.

If you want to see a super cute picture of Vayda trying to steal my curtains, become a fan on Facebook

Oh and don’t forget!  Today is the LAST DAY for 1/2 Price Kitty Portraits!

Wishing you all a lovely Monday ~ xo

Secret Valentine #2

February 18, 2010

It’s always fun to paint something that you would fancy in your own home.  It’s even more fun to paint it, knowing that it’s a special Valentine’s Day surprise.  And, as if it could possibly get any better, I got to paint it for the oh so talented Jade McCully. Trust me, her photos will be much better than my sneak peek below…but you get the idea…

Birch trees on a crisp yellow-green.  Loves it!