Very shortly, you can buy my cards and prints easily
When I was about 15, my mother asked me to redecorate the family bathroom. On a budget. I had no funds to buy paintings, and yet there was a long, vacant wall to deal with. AHA! I discovered greeting cards as art, bought cheap frames in the five-and-dime, and hung the crds as art. The card I recall best was a simple line drawing of an Old English sheepdog with a yellow flower in its mouth.
Nothing has changed, except that I can afford to buy the art of others on occasion, and I went to art school so that now I can create my own wall art.
But I still believe in using inexpensive works for places that might kill off bona fide originals purchased for a great price. So....cards. Or cheap prints. Kitchens, bathrooms and kids' rooms are all candidates for cheap art. The first two offer humidity and airborne particles to kill off paintings; the last one is a no-brainer, since kids grow and their tastes change.
Over the next few days, I'll be creating means for you to buy smaller, less expensive versions of my originals...although I'm happy to sell the originals, as well, for use in other rooms. I'm also creating a fabric line.
When it's all hot to trot, never fear....you'll be the first to know! Just watch this space.