A few days ago Sue from Michigan emailed this lovely photo of George matted, framed and hanging on this bathroom wall.
Initially Sue emailed asking if I could print George at a larger than 8.5 x 11 inch size so that it would cover 12 x 16 inch wall area. I wrote back saying, that while yes, I can print it out at that size, just to keep in mind that once matted and framed a letter sized print would be around the size she had wanted.
She went ahead purchased the letter sized George about a month ago.
Jessica – I have attached my framed print of “George” and he looks wonderful in my remodeled bathroom… Thank you so much for brightening my day – every day – when I look at him. I have received so many compliments on the picture. They all love it.
And continues on after I wrote asking for permission to share the photo with you all here on the blog,
You sure can share it with everyone. You should be so proud of him because every time I look at him, I smile, and that’s so important these days. Being in my bathroom he gets frequented often and it’s so much fun to just look at him and smile.
Have a great weekend and thanks again for your wonderful talent!
Thank you Sue!
George, the pretty fish is available in three sizes…
- Limited Edition ACEO Sized George
- 5×7 Inch George
- Letter Sized George
The Original illustration of George was purchased by a local Canadian Art Collector 18 months ago.
A few weeks ago I was contacted by Alex who lives in the United Kingdom. He was asking if I could ship my artwork Priority Post to the UK so that it would arrive in time for his niece’s 16th Birthday. I wrote back saying yes and with an estimate on the shipping and handling charges and asked which piece he would like the additional shipping charge added to in the shop.
I was delighted when he wrote back saying Evolution. What is nice about this particular illustration is that it is one of the few pieces that I documented during the process of creating it. I sent along the link to the step by step guide blog post so that his niece could learn how to create Evolution as an assignment in school.
This was a great surprise to me. Thank you Alex and Emily for permission to use your photograph and to share your story here on the blog. I’m still smiling. Hope you are both well. And Emily, good luck with your art studies!
A few days ago, good friend and Massage Therapist from Portland, Oregon, Andrew Jecklin sent me this photo of his daughter’s play Post Office. She uses the little miniature greeting cards and envelopes that I create from scratch as part of her mail delivery system. Kids love these little cards!
There are now 10 different sets of greeting cards listed in the shop now to choose from.
And just for size reference, they are tiny!
Thanks Andrew for sending me this photo!