Friday, June 7, 2024

Fine Art America Product: Adonis Blue Butterfly Throw Pillow

Adonis Blue Butterfly Throw Pillow by Aquariann

Inspired by the butterflies I've seen outside recently, I decided to flutter back here to share my butterfly alphabet series. First up is my drawing of the Adonis Blue butterfly. A is also the first letter of my mom's name, Annette.

Several products like throw pillows are now available through Fine Art America at The original piece is drawn on 3.5"x2.5" Strathmore Smooth Bristol Paper with Prismacolor pencils.

Saturday, January 15, 2022

Winter Wishes Giveaway: Snowflake Fairy Magnet

EDIT: Giveaway is officially over. Congratulations to Sherry Strode for winning. Please email me back within 3 days to claim your prize.

I wish winter would be as warm as possible before sliding aside for spring to take the wheel. We already had snow in southern Delaware, so that marks enough of the cold weather for me.

If you're still wishing for snow, I am giving you a chance to win a magnet of my Snowflake Fairy. All my art magnets are printed on semi-gloss photo paper, then turned through a Xyron 900 laminate/magnet cartridge. They measure approximately 2.25x3.5 inches.

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Friday, December 17, 2021

Fine Art America Product: Snow Angel Blanket

Snow Angel Art Blanket by Aquariann

My daily blogging days have melted away ... but I haven't completely given up on this haven!

Thus I'm sharing my new holiday drawing that was inspired by my mom wanting a snowman image to make jewelry to sell at the Milton Holly Festival last weekend. Milton used to be known as The Land of the Holly. According to Delaware Public Media, a family in the 1930s could earn up to $500 in a season harvesting holly for about 10,000 wreaths. Now some artisans can make that in one day at the annual craft fair that happens the second Saturday of December!

If you missed my Snow Angel art at the Milton Arts Guild, don't pout! Several products like fleece blankets are now available through Fine Art America at The original piece is drawn on 4"x4" Strathmore Smooth Bristol Paper with Prismacolor pencils.