If you or your foodie lovin’ friends need to revamp your kitchen, today is your big day!  Use the code:  APRIL50 to get 50% off your entire order in The Produce Stand.  TODAY ONLY!

Food Paintings by Heather L Young

I even still have a few canvas prints available for purchase. These were a very limited edition, so grab them fast!

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!

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Granny J’s Jello

All Artwork © 2010 Heather L. Young

Etsy Love

January 22, 2010

Super thanks to Donna of FifthQuadrant for including my Eat Your Greens series in this crisp treasury.  I so hope this one makes etsy’s front page!  Oh and I might just have to have those mugs to match my Asparagus Green kitchen…who wants to buy me a present? lol

For more information the items featured here, CLICK! (list expires Jan. 23)

Schedule Booking Fast!

December 2, 2009

Thanks to all of you who took advantage of my weekend sales.  Would you believe it?  It’s only Dec. 2nd and I can no longer accept Pet Portrait commissions!  If I’ve just broken your heart, no worries!  I can still issue you a super cute gift certificate, good for one year, from Vayda’s Pet Shop.

I still have time to squeeze in a few custom Pen & Inks, but better book quick!

Of course, I have plenty of reasonably priced prints for the Foodie on your list…and a full line of Savannah Prints and Notes…(a good thing to have on hand for that unexpected neighbor that drops by with a surprise gift)

Hope y’all are having the best Holiday Season ever!  Oh and please remember to support your local artists and the hand-made movement.  xo

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!

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…….

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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.

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it is what it is…

January 23, 2009

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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!

I had plans…lots of them…with coordinating lists (long ones)…a treasure trove of ideas…good, solid plans.  But you know what they say, sometimes the best laid plans fail, and that is just what’s happened.

It is with great sadness, that I must announce the end of  production for my Eat Your Greens and Rockstar Reds series of canvas prints.   My printer can no longer accommodate the 6″x6″ size, and I’ve yet to find a place that can even come close to touching their price.  While I could produce them, and sell them at a higher price, it has always been  my goal to keep my work attainable…so this is it!  If you visit The Produce Stand, you’ll see there are still some to be had, and they are now of a very limited edition.  Only one of each Rockstar Red was ever created, so they are truly one-of-a-kind!

Thanks to all of you who helped support this line of work, collected these little gems, and spread the word!  I’m honored for you to have them…and who knows…maybe I’ll find a way to bring them back to life in the coming months via a different size, medium etc…(sometimes goodbye’s don’t last forever)

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On to the bright side…

It’s a new year and there are new plans in the works.  I have my eye on a state of the art printer, that will allow me to print archival quality prints in-house.  The best part…I get to nurture my inner control freak, and totally eliminate the middle-man.  I’ll minimize my overhead and have the opportunity to “print-to-order,”  and you’ll see my work a little more affordable to those of you who love art but can’t quite afford the investment.  “Good Things” (as Martha would say) are on the horizon.

***SALE*** This weekend only!

November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!  We’re looking forward to some of Granny J’s cookin’ tonight, and maybe a little Christmas decorating later this weekend.  Of course, I also plan to do a little online shopping and I thought…what would Thanksgiving be without family, great food, and a great sale?  All things considered, I decided the perfect way to show my appreciation for said day, would be to throw an awesome sale on The Original Foodie Prints. Think Saundra Kay’s Okra & Tomatoes or Liz’s Deviled Blue Crab. You’ll even find a festive drink or two over there.  So skip on over to the produce stand and take a peek!  There’s never been a better time to start a collection, and they make for excellent gifts!

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