Giveaway- you choose the art!

Nov 18, 2009


Giveaways are just plain fun, so I'm running another one.  This time, you get to choose the prize!  Just browse my art shop here, and leave a comment below on which one you like the most or where you would hang the new art.  Here are some more details on the giveaway:

1.  If you're old enough to vote, you can enter.

2.  Only one entry per person.

3.  The prize is one available art piece valued at or up to $65. 

4.  If you live in the U.S., the art work will be shipped to you for free.  A partial shipping fee will apply if you live outside of the U.S.

The drawing will take place on Sunday, Nov. 29th, 11:59pm EST through random.org.  The winner will be notified by email.

And while we're on the topic of giveaways, there's a new L Letterpress Combo Kit (valued at $149.99) up for grabs at "I Do"-it-Yourself.  Drawing is tonight! Go here for details.



9 comments:

lisa mertins said...

cathy, i love one red paper crane. the vibrancy and separateness of that one red crane is exquisite.

Cathy said...

Thanks Lisa! This piece is sentimental in that it's representational of my grandmother's love for me and her love of folding paper.

Annie Schilperoort Photography said...

I am also partial to the paper cranes, but just as drawn to Winter Forest because I love the trees and the colors you used. Beautiful work Cathy!

leah henderson said...

My best friend in the world was taught by her grandmother to fold cranes....and when she visits me, which is never often enough, i find them for weeks afterword. On coffee tables, next to TVs, in the yard. I love the One Red Crane piece. Just beautiful!
Leah Henderson

miss.sharla said...

oh, the paper cranes...something about that image reminds me of "the red balloon," which i dearly love! it would find a happy home by my living room window.

shannon said...

I love Winter forest! It reminds me how my breath seems to move like a calm sea when I'm among trees. The oceanic quality of its blues and greens makes it something I'd like to see first thing each morning: a green oasis in the place where I sit, breathe mindfully, and move into the day.

Anonymous said...

Nasturtiums in Luck is the one that struck me most. I love orange and the pops are just perfect & the blue green color is another fav. And then the title...I had to google what Nasturtiums were...they were described as "a gardener's dream...virtually carefree once established." Carefree flowers in luck...it's, literally, a wonderful picture. (-: lmixson2001@yahoo.com

Tina Anderson said...

I know I can't win it, but "beautiful day" is my latest favorite. So take that!

T. I. G. said...

I love "Winter Forest" . We'd hang it in the baby room we're preparing for our future foster babies!

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