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Need some gift suggestions for the holidays? I've got you covered.
Kid's teacher / Co-worker:
No one could have predicted the working and school situation this year. It was a lot to get through. Help them to have a beautiful workspace and look forward to a brand new start in the new year with the 2021 Wall Flowers Calendar.
Give them a fun boxed set of 3 lovely and useful gifts with my Color of Flowers Gift Set! Includes a 2021 Wall Flowers Calendar, a hand-painted Color Swatch Notebook, and a boxed set of 6 New Haven Floral notecards. Congratulations, you just gave them their favorite gift.
She's the coolest sister in town, she just needs a little cheer for her walls. Give her a print bundle! Two or three 8.5x11" prints in curated sets, packaged in a gift box with ribbon. Try the "Beautiful Destinations" landscape print bundle or the "Lovely and Good" floral print bundle. She's happy, you're happy, and now you can relax and watch Home Alone.
They're married, it's wonderful, their walls are blank... blah. Send them a 16x20" Limited Edition Art Print of Waterfront Park to enliven their space.
She never gets anything for herself and she totally deserves something beautiful and long-lasting. Gift her a small painting that she can keep forever; you'll definitely be the favorite. Fenton Apple Orchard, 11x14" landscape painting.
Because it's 2020... you don't need another reason. Through the Field, 24x36" landscape painting
The impossible person:
We all know one... they're never happy, it never fits, you got the wrong color. Send them a digital gift card and let them pick out exactly what they want. Boom, easy (and eliminates the need for shipping).
Now go enjoy a festive beverage.
Psst... info about holiday shipping times here.
The Most Important Thing When Buying Art
When buying art (any art) people often ask me, “Do you think this art is a good investment?”And my first response is always,
My Solo Show Seated was on view at The Art League Gallery from May 6 - June 6 at The Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, Virginia.
I feel so lucky to have been able to still hang the show despite the limited viewing, and here are some gorgeous photos of the show.