How To Buy My Art
What I have for sale right now…..
Hair has long been a symbol of a woman’s power. Many belief systems try to control it. Making women cover it up, tie it back, pulled into a bun. How many women have taken their power back by letting their hair down or shaving it all off. Shaping it in their own way to say “this is who I am”.
My Goddess with Lightning Hair first came to me in a drawing, but I saw her image complete when I was walking in the woods. You can read more about her here.
Goddess with Lightning Hair measures 20x 24″ and is $150 + $10 shipping. If you can feel her power and would like her in your home, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I take checks or can email you a paypal invoice.
I have four Summer Potholders for sale. They’re $15 each + $5 shipping for 1-2 and $7 shipping for 3 or more.
I stitch each of my Donkey Love Potholders individually, so no two are exactly alike, but the design is always the same. They are $25 each + $5 shipping.
To buy any of my work just email me here or at email@example.com and let me know what you’re interested in. I take checks or can email you a Paypal invoice. I do ship outside the U.S. although shipping is a bit more. Enjoy looking around and check out my blog, Wulf Howling too for more of my one of a kind work for sale.
I’m still getting back on track from the Bedlam Farm Open House and so I don’t have any work for sale right now. Please come back again or check my blog for what’s new…..
The other way to buy my art is to check my blog everyday. I’m always making something new and am never sure what I’ll be working on until I get into the studio that morning.
If you subscribe to my blog – there’s a subscribe button at the top of the home page – you’re sure to see when I have something available.
If you have any questions at all, just email me and ask, I’ll be happy to answer you. If it takes a few days, it’s probably because I’m obsessed with whatever I happen to be working on.
I’ve been delighted to find a creative and encouraging community grow around my blog in the past couple of years. I never imagined making and selling my work would bring me so many new friends and creative connections. So thanks. I’m always coming up with new ideas for my work so please come back and see what’s going on in my School House Studio.