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A refreshed website!

http://www.sarahjenningsartist.com/

I am back to work after a lovely summer and feeling the usual Autumn urge to ‘get organised’.  Rather than buy myself a new pencil case (although I was tempted!) I have spent time giving my website some attention.  Not only do my giclee prints and greetings cards now appear – there’s now a fancy shopping cart and a link to Paypal so they can be bought at the click of a mouse.  Mini paintings also available to purchase this way.  Please get in touch about larger paintings to chat about prices,frames and delivery.

Talking of frames, I am now busy preparing for the Welland Valley Art Society Autumn Exhibition which takes place at Stamford Arts Centre between 1 – 13 October.  You are most welcome to the preview on Sunday 30 September 11.30am – 1.30pm if you can make it.

I’ll also be showing paintings in the Stamford Arts Centre anteroom throughout November.  Best get back to the easel!………

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My website – and a crazy daily painting challenge

    My website home page (www.sarahjenningsartist.com)My website home page (www.sarahjenningsartist.com)

Exciting news on two fronts.

  1. I now have a website in addition to the blog.  Please do check it out and let me know what you think. You can find it at http://www.sarahjenningsartist.com
  2. I have hatched a rather ambitious plan to produce a painting a day throughout the whole month of October. Will I manage it?  All works will be for sale for £40 including UK postage and packing.

The details…

I am working on the assumption that the working week is Monday to Friday so that’s 5 paintings each week.  I’ll post pictures of the paintings on my blog, social media pages and the website.  All works will be small in scale (probably no more than 8 x 10″) and will be in either acrylic or mixed media.  They will be signed originals. Some may be painted en plein air (outdoors) and some may be painted in the studio.  Who knows what the weather will bring?  Paintings will be unframed, although works on paper will be mounted.  I’ll leave the framing to you as this is such a personal choice.

There.  The challenge has been set.  Best get my brushes out!