Happy New Year everyone. I hope you are staying safe during the pandemic. I am always being asked about pricing for commissions and have mentioned that it is difficult to due to a few factors. The first is the size of the project, another is how many main subjects are there if a portrait. There is the amount of work involved or degree of detail required and there is if it is a study of a subject or a full scene.
Just wanted to give everyone a heads up on where I will be this winter. I will be selling 2020 calendars, magnetic note pads, framed prints at the new Zatsman Stadium during the Dartmouth Crafters Guild Oct 25,26,27
I will also be at the Christmas Craft Village at Exhibition park on Nov 8,9,10
I am getting close to closing off for Christmas bookings for original commission drawings that would be due Dec 24th but have space for the new year.
Well another winter season at the Wolfville Farmers market has come and gone with much success.
I am now creating note pads, postcards, greeting cards and framed prints that will be available at the C.G. Fulton pharmacy gift shop summer of 2019 in Tatamagouche. I will be posting when these will be available there.
I am also planning on being at the Tatamagouche Farmers Market this summer but on a limited basis.
I have my new magnetic Nova Scotia note pads available now that include Acadia Uniniversity, view of Blomidon from Luckett's Vineyard, Tatamagouche Train Station Inn, Pictou Hecter Heritage Quay among other scenes of Nova Scotia.
On Oct 20th I will have available a calendar with a drawing I have done of Acadia University. I will also have a 2019 calendar of Nova Scotia scenes that will include this drawing as well. It will have 12 different scenes from around the province. These also will be available on Oct 20th.
I will be at the Wolfville Farmers Market Saturday's 8;30-1 or you can contact me directly.