As my artist's statement explains, my work is utterly incomprehensible and is therefore full of deep significance. -- Calvin and Hobbes

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Harvest Kitty Love!



There's something in the pumpkin patch! 

This sweet painting is inspired by a Stray Cats song ["...black and orange stray cats sittin' on a fence..."] and combined with my love of Autumn. These kitties seem to be enjoying a very special moment in the pumpkin patch at my favorite time of day: dusk. Something is in the pumpkin patch that has their furry little heads tilted. I wonder what it could be? Well, the rest of the story is up to you!


I thought I could use a sweet decorative favor to adorn a wall in our new home this lovely harvest season. You can enjoy this sweet print, too, hot off the press, for a very special fall fundraiser. My studio needs a new festival display tent so that I can continue to meet you all on the streets around town next year! I'm offering these prints for only $40 and with each purchase, you'll receive a very special little surprise gift from me! 


Title: "Something in the Pumpkin Patch!"
Print size: 9x18"
This is a giclée print on archival paper with long lasting rich pigment inks.
Prints come rolled in a tube and shipping is free.

If you'd like to get a super sweet print for your home, click here to => Purchase a print!

Btw, if you're interested in purchasing the original painting, it is available at:
Marietta Square Artists Attic
120 South Park Square, Suite 207
Marietta, GA 30060
Tel: 770-298-9207
(Original painting is 15"x30" on 1.5" deep stretched canvas. Shipping costs apply, but the gallery is happy to box it up for you!)

Thank you for visiting me at the many festivals around town and the Marietta Square (Saturday) Artisan Market for 5 years now, and thank you for supporting my art! I can't wait to see you next year in my new tent!

Have a wonderful and safe Halloween!
It'll be my 4th wedding anniversary, so I'll be celebrating!
Regards,
Rebecca Salcedo

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