50% Off Everything Sale on Etsy

I am having a 50% off everything CLEARANCE sale in my Etsy shop from the 27th of April until the 27th of May 2019.  I am also keeping last year’s shipping fees even though the price of postage has gone up.  Why the sale?  I need to make room for new work.

So grab yourself a bargain people, cause when it is gone – it is gone!  Click on the link on the side bar to go straight to my shop.  Thanks for stopping by!

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40% Off Etsy Sale!

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Flowerburst – Acrylic on Canvas Board – 10×12 inches

Hello everyone, I am having another Etsy Sale!  This time I am offering a whopping 40% off with a minimum spend of £50!  Most of my paintings are not much bigger than the one above, so this is a good time to order a couple or a few, as we know that unless you are going BIG, smaller paintings and prints look better in a group, as below.

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The reason behind this massive sale is that many items will expire on the 2nd of April and I will not be relisting most of them as I am working on new projects.  At the beginning of the year, I reduced the prices of many of my paintings and kept the prices of the prints reasonably low.

I am running out of space on my walls!  Everything you see on my wall below is listed on my Etsy site and will be shipped with the mat (NOT framed).

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Here are a couple of ideas for groups:

 

Remember, these are all originals and when they are gone, they are gone!  I made my first Etsy Sale this week!  One of my little paintings went to live in the USA!  I hope it gets there quickly and in one piece!

In the meantime, you can visit my shop by clicking here or on the link in the sidebar.  I would be really grateful if you would share with your friends if you think they would be interested.  Thank you for stopping by!

Abstract Shells

Following on from the Abstract Flowers tutorial, I decided to take it a step further and do Abstract Shells.  I made the one on the left first.  Did you know that sea urchin skeletons come in an amazing range of colors?  I looked at a lot of shells online to get an idea how to draw them.  Then I found and made shapes.  I went a bit mad with some paint splatter.  As much as I like my shells, I thought this one was a bit subdued, so I made another one with brighter and stronger colors.  I tried to have more beach pebbles in this one.  Although I do like both of them, I prefer the one on the right.  What do you think?