Wishing you and yours a joyful start to the New Year!
Looking forward to creating all kinds of “literary art with a vintage vibe” in 2016…. Stay tuned!
This altered book collage was made with heart and features Vol. 8 of MASTERPIECES OF THE WORLD’S BEST LITERATURE, compiled by Jeannette L. Gilder and published in 1910 by Classic Publishing Company, NY. Gently open the door, and the page block has been altered to reveal a found poem and new message from these words within by Gerhard Tersteegen, translated from German :
Love of God
finds rest in Thee.
Wishing you and yours a holiday and new year filled with light!
It’s almost mid-December!
The artsyletters elves say they’ll need orders by the end of the week (Dec. 18) to get them shipped in the US in time for Christmas, according to USPS posted estimates.
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Thanks for coming by, and wishing you and yours a warm & wonderful holiday. :0)
If you’re in Beaufort this busy holiday weekend, come on up to the Studio on Saturday afternoon between 2 pm and 4:30 pm! Browse handmade gifts for the bookish folks on your gift list and enjoy some refreshments.
An elf has told me Santa will be at the Clock on Bay Street from 11 to 2, and you’ll want to enjoy the Light Up the Night Boat Parade at 5:30. (The Parris Island Marine Corps Band concludes the festivities at 7 p.m.) What to do in the afternoon? Visit downtown’s shops and galleries, and come say hello! We are at 811 Bay Street, above Modern Jewelers. The stairs are steep, but the welcome is warm. (Note – we won’t be open during Night on the Town this year, but do come by Saturday afternoon!) See you then!
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Greetings, Black Friday – Small Business Saturday – Cyber Monday art shoppers! To thank you for your business, I’m offering a special Coupon Code this long weekend in my Etsy shop. (Click the pic above to visit.) Spend a minimum of $25, and I’ll ship your order anywhere in the US for free! Be sure to enter this code at check-out: FREESHIP25
Many thanks for visiting. Jingle jingle!
Huge thanks to Jama Kim Rattigan, who has posted a hearty feature on artsyletters over at Jama’s Alphabet Soup as part of her Spotlight on Indie Artists Series.
Check out all the artists in the series! I’m so honored to be included.
I hear them in the distance… jingle bells! Do you hear them, too?
The artsyletters elves (okay, I wish I had some elves!) are busy, busy adding new items in ye olde Etsy shop. I’ve matting the fronts of some of the note cards to make great little ready-to-frame mini prints – just $4.75! And I’m always adding new vintage typewriter key jewelry and such.
Keep checking back as we steer the sleigh toward Black Friday and Cyber Monday and beyond. And if you need some stocking stuffers before we all stuff ourselves on Thanksgiving… :0)
If you’re in the Beaufort area, I’ll be hosting a Holiday Open House in my studio on Saturday, Dec. 5, from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. – stop by before the boat parade!
Greetings, Art Lovers!
Just a heads’ up that my downtown Beaufort studio will NOT be open for First Friday After Five tonight (Oct. 2); I’m having some scheduling challenges today, and then there’s the prediction of flooding rains…. but I’ll be around this month until the last week. Also, I’ll be adding items to my Etsy shop all month.
[I’ll be out of town for November’s First Friday, doing a children’s poetry presentation at the Georgia Literary Festival that weekend.]
Other studios and galleries will be open, so please go support local artists! Thanks, and stay safe this weekend.
Have a little art with your holiday weekend! We’ll be open for FIRST FRIDAY AFTER FIVE this evening in downtown Beaufort, 5-8 pm. Come enjoy the shops, the art, the conversation!
For Poetry Friday on my author blog today, I posted about a few of the new things I’m up to – like the pendants above, featuring snipped text from late 1800s books and early 1900s typewriter manuals.
More to come!