First off - a great big thank you to all who attended my first First Friday show this past week! Two of the pieces on the wall have sold already, and I had an impromptu interview with WBIR10, due to the nasty weather. The show will still be up the rest of December, so make sure to stop by to do some artistic Christmas shopping! If you aren't in the area, but want to see what is available, check out my First Friday page on my website for specs and prices.
Next - "Journey to Vapourri" is still going strong on NeonMob, so go check it out, as well as the spiffy new layout of their website.
Then - be sure to check out my Society6 page. Everyday there is a new special offer to celebrate Christmahanukwanza. Today - $6 off all t-shirts. Also, free shipping on orders over $50 ends Friday, so check it out soon.
And now - only the front cover is left on the color omnibus of "Jannah Station: A Soft Murder." Check out the rear cover on the Old Sins Facebook page, and read issue #1 for free at OldSins.com.
Last but not least - my friend William Nunn did a review series of the last two seasons of Sherlock, as well as speculation on the upcoming season, and invited me to join him on the Season 1, Episode 2 review of "The Blind Banker." Caution: SPOILERS ahead, but you should really should have seen the series by now anyways. You can see our review here, and check out the others in his series as he uploads more.
That's all for now, but as always, check back every Wednesday for a new post, and check out my Facebook page for the latest updates on projects.
Looking to collect awesome art for free? My trading card set "Journey to Vapourri" is now available to collect on NeonMob. It features steampunk dinosaurs, and if that doesn't make you want to collect it, nothing will.
It's free to collect, highly addictive, and features tons of great art by lots of amazing artists, myself included. Again, just click HERE and join for free.
Upon seeing my 16' x 12' space at Bliss Home, I realized I needed slightly more work to hang than originally anticipated. However, with the theme being "The Nature of Duality" I had a boatload of inspiration and ideas to start my next works. With the end goal of three paintings, I present the first.
Working with black canvas has a great appeal to me, maybe just because it's different, or my heart is secretly dark...or the different thing. It lends a rich quality to the piece, while providing good direction and subtle hierarchy. After a feverish night of work to get this far, I'm sure more is close on its tracks. If you want to see this in real life, join the Facebook event on my page and come to my FIrst Friday show this December 6 at 6:00 PM. Also, my trading card set "Journey to Vapourri" comes out in less than a week - just click HERE to join for free and get ready to collect my set when it comes out on Nov. 26. That's it for now, be on the lookout for more updates at unusual times (aka. not a Wednesday morning).
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I'm Elizabeth Kidder, freelance illustrator currently located in Knoxville, TN. Please enjoy the site and Contact Me with any job inquiries or questions.