Products featuring my Artwork available at Society6!

I am pleased to announce the opening of my new shop at Society6!  Most of the artwork featured are from my sketchbooks since unlike my Etsy Shop (which you can enjoy Free Shipping until December 2nd, 2012 with coupon code CYBERMONDAY), I cannot sell the original copies of those.  You can order my art as a framed print, stretched canvas, tote bag, shirt (in men’s and women’s sizes), hoodies, cards (men’s and women’s), iPhone and iPod case and skin, laptop and iPad skin, and throw pillow.  These products make great presents for the upcoming holidays.  There is also a lot of talent in this website so if you make a purchase, you are supporting independent artists.

I am very excited about this.  One of my early New Years’ resolutions was to be more active in art making and in selling my art.  This is only the beginning.

Clicking on each picture below will lead you straight to the store.  Also, I will be posting a link that goes straight to my Society6 store on the menu bar.

Sun and Hills Landscape Print starting at $19.97.

Hype! iPad Skin $25.00

Poppies iPhone case $35.00

Watercolor and Pen Circles Throw Pillow starting at $20.00

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Flowers and Swirls Abstract Scratchboard Drawing available on Etsy

One of the things I am grateful for is being blessed with artistic talent and finding the time do pursue my art while building up my freelance and Etsy business.

Here’s my latest listing which is an ode to everything I love to doodle on the margins of my notebooks.

 

Click on Etsy Shop on the menu bar to check it out!

For Thanksgiving week (Until Saturday November 24th, 2012) enjoy a 10% discount with coupon code: THANKSGIVING2012

Related links:

Red and Orange Blown Ink Painting

New Facebook Page for my Art

New Paintings in Etsy Shop!

My New Store.

What is a ZENTANGLE?

I first learned about Zentangles through this website.  Check out Artful Explorations in Nature’s blog about Zentangles here:

What is ZENTANGLE?.

In addition, I did Zentangle inspired art with my iPad using Sketchbook Pro.  I was inspired by Scratchboard paper especially the one with rainbow colors.

Abbyescart Zentangle

The process is actually a lot simpler than it looks.

First I added colors using various brush tools from Sketchbook Pro.  Next, I added another layer and flood filled it in black.  Then, I used the eraser tool to reveal the colors underneath.

I think Zentangles are a great way to teach line, pattern, and rhythm in art classes in all grades.  It’s also very relaxing which makes any art teacher happy :).