A huge thank you to everyone who came to The Artist Project. It was a resounding success! Twelve of my artworks found forever homes and I met so many wonderful art loving people!
THE ARTIST PROJECT
I will keep the gallery below active for a month, updating what has been sold and what is STILL available for those of you still considering one or more of my artworks.
Purchasing an artwork doesn't always have to be an impulse decision and many artworks sell afterwards as people follow up and try them in their spaces to help make that final decison.
If you saw an artwork that you loved but just couldn't decide before seeing it in your home first, I totally get it! I am now happy to bring it to your space so you can see it and you can try it for a week. Under NO obligation, of course! Just send me an email and we can arrange it.
As well, if you see an artwork that you liked and it was sold -- or you see one that you like but would like a different size -- feel free to contact me and we can talk about a commissioned piece. It is both an easy and fun process and you can find all the answers about it on my FAQ page.
My email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the Covid virus and my firm agreement with the protocols being put in place to restrict public gathering and limiting human to human contact for the time being, I will not be delivering artwork to the various galleries who carry my artwork until mid April at the earliest. (Normally I send them off to the galleries the last week of March, one month after The Artist Project.)
Sadly, I will also no longer be accepting visitations to my studio or will be willing to visit your home until further notice.
However, I am offering free shipping for all artwork until further notice! I am alone in the studio creating, self isolating since March 1st and am working on commissions at this time and have had no symptoms for the virus. I am happily following all rules and protocols and any artwork shipped will be very safe. I will even give it all one more wipe-down before it goes in the box as an extra precaution.
Until we all meet again, be safe, wash your hands, avoid our elderly (but do help them with their groceries etc and check in on them regularly) and stay away from public places as much as possible.
See you on the other side!