Category: Fine Art Print

This is the Old Blog – Link Below for New Stuff

So, the nature of the blog needs to change. I don’t have time to post on my blog AND Facebook AND Twitter AND Instagram AND Pinterest – instead I am going to direct my social media efforts here and that way everything will be updated all in one place. You can see it all HERE

Organizing Where I Sell

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Time has become quite the commodity. I’ve been experimenting the past year with various outlets to sell art and decided to have just two main avenues. (Obviously you can always contact me directly if you want talk commission or something.)

Original Artworks

– will be sold on Ebay

Fine Art Prints

– along with prints, greeting cards and pretty much anything you can put an image on will be available at Fine Art America.

I dismantled the store on my site – it was just too much to keep up with – plus collectors know Ebay, they know Fine Art America – and are much more familiar with those big name venues – they don’t know me, don’t trust doing biz in a place they don’t know. So, I think I found a happy medium that works for art buyers and me. 🙂

So far, so good.

Ebay has been steady selling and I only just started selling prints at Fine Art America. At the time of this writing I have 25 different prints up, over the next week I should have closer to 125 different prints to choose from! Plus you can add a mat and frame.
I’ve sold some and the feedback has been great!

If you love to read and prefer books with images. I can hook you up! Available for reading on any device OR in print if you like to hold a book in your hands.
Tales From Nebrahoma - Kindle edition by Jo Potocki. Arts & Photography Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com..clipular

I need coffee. I’ll post more later.

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Drawlloween2016 – Nurse Zoe’s Story

nurse zoe artwork for drawlloween

This was a 5″ x 8″ watercolor with some print work on acid-free paper. She’s currently available as a print 🙂
Enjoy Nurse Zoe, the ultimate dedicated nurse!

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The Higher the Hair the Closer to God original painting

In the South growing up, I wasn’t raised religious. However I did notice some of the sects of Christianity have strict rules for what women can wear to church services, however there were zero rules for hair and there was some seriously big hair happening.
The original went to a happy new home today but I’m going to release 25 limited edition prints of this artwork. 🙂 I’ll update with a better image I’m using for prints.

higher the hair the closer to god

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