Thursday, November 22, 2007
Over the last year or so I've experimented with creating ACEO cards. For those who may not know what ACEO cards are, ACEOs are known as Art Card Editions and Originals. These 2.5" x 3.5" cards are also referred to as Artist Trading Cards (ATC). These Small Format Art (SFA) pieces are created in a wide variety of media. For many they are extremely fun and affordable to collect. Anyway, I include them, from time to time, in my art trade packages. They've always been well received, so I thought I'd start posting small batches of them on ebay.
Below is a link to my current items up for bid. To check out the wide variety of ACEO cards available by other artists do a simple word search through ebay. There's a lot of artists doing some amazing work.
Thursday, November 15, 2007
Seal Rock Wikipedia Entry
Golden Gate Park Wikipedia Entry
Playland at the Beach Wikipedia Entry
The Bear at the Cliffhouse
Here's a batch of guerrilla art my Flickr buddy Danny B placed around San Francisco. He was kind enough to take photos of where he placed them. The locations he placed them are all within a quarter mile from his home. Danny B was also kind enough to send a list of links specific to where he placed the art. (Links are located under each photo).
Friday, November 09, 2007
I received this AMAZING stenciled canvas from NKDBY! 18"x24" of serious canvas goodness!!
Be sure to check out more of NKDBY's art and photos here.
Here's the 12"x16" acrylic on canvas painting I sent his way.
Sunday, November 04, 2007
It's been a busy 8 weeks of art trades (pics to come), guerrilla art drawings and preparing for the Art Hop. As a result I've been on the verge of artistic burn-out. So I decided to put down the brushes and pens for awhile and immerse myself in something completely different. And that something different is the world of online sweepstakes! Granted, I rarely if ever participate in any contests, online or otherwise so this is very new to me. However, I figured filling out a dozen or so online entry forms a night would be pretty mindless, and it could be fun if I win something. Well it didn't take long, I just won free milk for one year. Yep, four days after I began this little experiment I've already won. Apparently all I need to do to claim my prize is fill out the provided affidavit, have it notarized and that's it. It also looks as if I can opt for the cash option which I believe to be somewhere around $180+