Nothing makes me happier than knowing my little prints have found happy homes.  It’s fun to see how people mix and match to make their own collections…and I sooo appreciate when people take the time to send me shots like this!  (makes my day!)  I’ll be posting an album with many more shots to my Facebook Fan Page if you care to take a peek…

Green Foodie Prints on Display Dining Room

Eat Your Greens really “pop” on that wall color…love it!

Sweet Tea painting on canvas by Heather L Young

and Miss Vicki’s custom ordered, super-sized version of Lee Lee’s Sweet Tea…it’s in good company, wouldn’t you say?

Happy Friday peeps!

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goodies.

June 5, 2009

Yesterday, I paid visits to some galleries who had been  slightly neglected by me the past few months.  All of them had sold out of Fountain notes, and various prints, but one in particular, had a few gems I had long since forgotten about.  FOODIE PRINTS!  Since I had sold out of some of the favorites via etsy, I decided to bring these babies back home and list them in the shop.  It’s been a while since I’ve seen Fresh Asparagus or Carrot around, even a Lemon Tree print!  So if you’re interested, better get them quick…as Nick and I will have a new kitchen to decorate soon, and I’m tempted to keep them for my own selfish purposes.

customerappreciation

it is what it is…

January 23, 2009

foodiecloseout

In addition to the loss of my beloved RockStar Reds and Eat Your Greens series, seems my printer will no longer be able to accommodate the 8×10 size either…eeek!

While I’ve enjoyed this journey from the Southern Girl’s Cookbook, to the Taste of the Month with Skirt!, and ultimately their last hoorah at The Produce Stand, I’m thinking it’s time to move in a new direction.  Time to get back to my painting roots, and come up with a new series to keep me up at night.

Fret not, my foodie loving friends… your collections just became a  little more exclusive!  These were produced in very limited editions, so if you’ve been pondering that Fish for Dinner, now’s the time to click click buy!

customer appreciation

September 19, 2008

As many of you know, Dingo, the Durango, and I needed to part ways.  It’s appetite for gasoline was a bit more than I wanted to pay, and the mileage was getting a bit out of hand.  So the great car search began.  I needed something I could haul all my paint supplies in, including a ladder from time to time…and something that would have space for a tent and tables should I participate in the occassional art show.   (oh yeah, and something that could take a little abuse…it is my car afterall…)  I spent hours, if not days perusing websites and scouting out the best deals around.

When it came to actually walking on the lot…one place stood out…Kia Country of Savannah. I walked onto their lot after first visiting their neighbors…the salesman over there didn’t give me the time of day…first, he laughed at the thought of trading my Durango…but worse…when I told him I was an artist, he seriously asked me “so you paint faces in the park?”…ummm…sure buddy, that’s how I plan to pay for these new wheels…Thankfully, my friends at Kia  (specifically Brian, Bob and Peter)…really treated me great.  They were more than pleasant to deal with, patient….(math isn’t my best subject)…and left me feeling like I not only gained a great car, but that they really truly appreciated my business.  (guys, if you’re reading this, thanks again, and know that I’ll throw a friendly discount your way should you want to replace the Colossal Grams with mural work…lol!)

Oh yeah, and to make my day just a little sweeter…I recieved my own customer apprecation, in the form of this photo…

Check out those Foodie Prints…(in custom sizes I might add)…Thanks for sending this photo Carly!  It’s great to see they found a happy  home!

P.S. if any of you loyal blog readers decide to go over to Kia…tell em’ I sent you!  (i could use that referral fee to put towards that new car payment…lol!)

Happy Friday!