I recently created a Zazzle shop to sell my art reproduced on clothing, housewares, stickers, and other objects. I wanted to offer and even more affordable and functionable option for people who would like to support my art. Right now I feature mostly paintings of pets but I do have a couple Egyptian dieties and other animals. And if you don’t see something that you would like let me know! The entire process of getting the products up is a little time consuming and tedious so I am planning on adding more and more through the next few weeks or months.
If you are interested in hiring me to create a custom holiday gift the deadline is approaching. If you live in Southern Vermont or Southwestern New Hampshire I will give you until December 8th to order. Everyone else get those orders in before Thanksgiving! You can visit my website (click the photo) to get an idea for pricing or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 8th I will be participating in the broke arts fest, part of The Thing in the Spring, in Peterborough, NH. All of the artists showing will have items available for under $50! It’s happening 10 am to 4 pm at 1 Grove St in Peterborough.
I will be selling small paintings, buttons and coloring books and will be giving out postcards.
©2012 Mindy Fisher
Gouache on Board
If you are contemplating getting a custom ornaglyph but can’t decide on which photos to use consider getting a grouping. They can be arranged together on a wall or spread throughout your space as little (or big) reminders all over your house. They don’t even have to be the same sizes. Visit my Makeably page or email me if you are interested (email@example.com).
Hey everyone! I am now offering my first coloring book as a freebie that you may download via scribd! Download it and color away.
Recently some friends of mine lost their child, Charlie, who was born pre-maturely. They encouraged their friends and family to do special things for the children in their lives and to share that with them. They also asked people to donate books to libraries in his name and they also set up a fund in his honor for A Place Called Home. I really loved how they took something tragic and instead turned it into something where positivity is being spread around. It’s inspirational for sure! That is why I am offering this coloring book in his memory.