Friday, February 21, 2014

How To Find And Purchase My Work...

I've been keeping a little busy here lately with getting to spend some time with my family and finishing up my pay it forwards that I've let my blog lag just a little bit.

So tonight, I figured I would take a moment and let you know how you can find and purchase my artwork (:

My facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/TheArtOfJaninWise and here you can keep up with my latest artwork, medieval games projects, fun things I find and share from other artists/ websites/ share in the moments when I fly my nerdy geek flag.  It's where I post when there are sales.  And if you would like for me to a do an original commission for you, you can just send me a private message here.

My etsy page is http://www.etsy.com/shop/JaninWiseRamblings and this is where I post original pieces for sale, cards that feature my artwork, hairsticks (and other interesting things I end up making for sale).  I can also be contacted through my etsy page for an original commission.

Because these first two options deal directly with me, you also get one of my fun business cards when you place an order (:



My society6 store is http://society6.com/JaninWise and this is a great budget option if you adore my artwork but cannot necessarily afford the cost of an original.  It's also where you can get clothing, mugs, clocks, pillows, totes, cell phone covers, electronic skins and other products featuring my artwork.

Here's an example:



My deviantart page is http://janinwise.deviantart.com/ and this is where you can find the free pdfs for my medieval games, as well as the option to buy prints, canvases and photographs featuring my artwork.

And of course, there my blog http://janinwise.blogspot.com/ (which you're on right now if you're reading this) (;  This is where I share works in progress, recipes, dreams, stories, poetry, and excerpts from a day in the life in the Wise house.

And now I'm off to get back to working on designing my ganjifa cards (:

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