Friday, December 14, 2012
Check out my upcoming palette knife painting workshops at http://www.saetastudio.com/Leslie_Saeta_fine_Art/Workshops.html.
Yippee, another day to give something away!
What a joy it was to visit my blog all day yesterday and see so many BEAUTIFUL paintings posted by all of you! There are so many talented artists out there and thank you for sharing your art! I can't think of a better gift for the holidays than a piece of original art. So think seriously about painting, giving or buying a piece of original art. Of course if you would like to see some beautiful paintings, check out all of the wonderful artwork on yesterday's blog post. There are almost 100 paintings posted and I promise you all of these amazing artists have artwork for sale.
I picked yesterday's winner by using www.random.org. It's so simple, as you just type in the nmber of entries and the website picks the winner. The lucky winner of the custom embroidered Artists Helping Artists apron is Josephine Hardison. Congratulations! Please email me your choice of a white or black apron, the name for monogramming and your mailing address.
The giveaway for the "2nd Day of Christmas" is a panel holder, and it's one of the most important tools in my studio. It holds any panel size up to 12" tall. The best news ... it weights about two pounds! It's valued at nearly $50.00.
And speaking of studios, for this giveaway all you need to do to be eligible is to post a photo of your painting area or your studio (if you have one), or a photo of you painting in your studio or plein air! I am hoping we can share these great photos and even end up sharing great ideas about other artist's painting areas! If you don't have a photo then get out your camera or smart phone and take a photo. Download it to your desktop and upload it to my blog below. Just click the link titled "Add Your Link". Feel free to link the photo to your blog where it asks for the URL link. Type in your name and email and then upload the photo on the next screen. It's very easy, I promise!
Posted by Leslie Saeta at 12:00 AM