Happy New Year! I’m starting it off with some beautiful pattern inspiration- Enjoy!
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Holiday Sale at Musical Color Studio!
First, I have decided to stop selling painted tote bags (there might be more in the future, but for now I’m just focusing on making and selling art). They are 25% off (no coupon necessary) and there are only 6 left… so if you want one, hurry!
Also, you can use coupon code “SNOWFLAKE15” to get 15% off all art prints, cards, and bookmarks. (Sale ends December 24th)
Hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season!
July 17th will mark the two-year anniversary of my etsy shop, Musical Color Studio! To celebrate, I’m having a major sale for the entire month of July!
*Please do not use coupons with purchases of original acrylic or fibers/watercolor paintings. Original artwork requires higher shipping prices for protection and insurance. Thank you!
In honor of my one-year anniversary here on word press, I’m offering a *secret* discount for all my blog followers! Use coupon code “SPRING” at checkout for 20% off your entire order- it will expire on April 9th, so hurry! www.musicalcolorstudio.etsy.com
And thank you for following my blog!
I’m ringing it in with some new paintings- two watercolor prints and one embroidered painting. All three are available in my shop, here: Musical Color Studio
My newest prints, watercolor hands! Available as individual prints or arrangements. The original cut-out hands are also available, as well as custom designs upon request.
PS: my holiday sale is still in effect and you can get 20% off any watercolor print(s) if you enter this coupon code “HOLIDAYPRINT” at checkout!
I’ve started a new category on the blog- “Art by Theme”. Very similar to my “Art by Color” posts, only much more subjective since I will be featuring art that evokes certain feelings, adjectives, nouns, things… I have no idea if the artists who created the work would agree with my chosen themes, but as I said, it’s subjective!
This week’s theme? Silence and Solitude- featuring faceless, silent figures, lonely landscapes, solitary sculptures, etc.
“I have never found a companion that is so companionable as solitude”
Henry David Thoreau