Miss Terry Woman

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Artist’s Quote: Leonardo da Vinci

 

“Painting is poetry which is seen and not heard, and poetry is a painting which is heard but not seen.” Leonardo da Vinci

 

[Source: www.wikipedia.org and https://wikiquote.org]

A Pattern of Patterns

One of the classic ways of decorating is by using patterns rather than pictures. You can aim for a particular style of pattern in a room, eg art deco, or you can aim for an array of different styles of patterns but with a matching theme of colour.

Whatever you do, don’t mix different styles and different colours – choose one or the other. Unless of course you have a remarkable eye for design and can balance them out. If you’re unsure if you have that gift stick with the the two simpler instructions above.

In my Zazzle store I have recently created collections which can you help you put together a style or even a colour to suit a particular room in your home. You can find a group of cushions and a picture or two or some other gorgeous items which will bring the whole room together, with little effort.

Following are links to help you out.

Patchwork patterns:
Art Deco patterns:

 

CafePress store up-to-date & now updating my Spreadshirt store

As I have mentioned previously, while creating interesting graphic designs can be fun, adding them onto the products in my stores is extremely time consuming and definitely not so much fun! For every hour that I put into creating a new graphic design, it takes at around four hours of work to add them to the stores.

I have now begun adding some of my patterned designs to my SpreadShirt store. It includes metal, liquid and kaleidoscope patterns in animal shapes. This will take some months to complete, as I slowly work my way through the many designs that I created a number of months ago. Here’s the link to my SpreadShirt store.

So how many of these new patterned designs are going into the stores? More then 200 new designs! …so you can see why it’s taking such a long time.

CafePress March 2016 designs being uploaded

I have finally added all of my patterned designs to my CafePress store. It took a few months, but I’ve added a few thousand more products from which you can choose.

Here’s the link to the store – I hope you can drop by. 

Zazzle Collections

If you’re looking for a particular style or image type, I’ve set up a series of collections in my Zazzle store which may help you narrow down your choices.

Following are links to my ten collections – why don’t you head on over and check them out!

Artist’s Quote: Pablo Picasso

 

“There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun.”
Pablo Picasso

 

 

[Source: www.wikipedia.org and https://wikiquote.org]

New Images Added to CafePress Store

I have started adding some of my patterned designs to my CafePress store. It includes metal, liquid and kaleidoscope patterns in animal shapes. I’ll be adding these on a few at a time over the next few months:

CafePress March 2016 designs being uploaded

Here’s the link to the store – I hope you can drop by:  http://www.cafepress.com/missterrywoman2

I was recently reminded of one of my favourite earlier designs, which parodies a horror movie classed as one of the worst movies of all time. The original horror movie was “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.” I parodied that with “Invasion of the Killer Tomato Squirrels.” This image is available in each of my online stores:

Cafepress: Link here
Spreadshirt: Link here
Zazzle: Link here
Australian store: Link here

Killer tomato Squirrels SM

 

Busy, Busy, Busy

In the past few months, in between my other tasks which have been keeping me very busy, I’ve put in a little time here and there, creating some more designs, specifically focusing on abstracts. Following, for example, is the top of the Empire State Building.

Crysler Building Detail

Crysler Building Detail

I noticed recently in my Zazzle shop that many of my images were limited in size and shape, and so that impacted on the number of posters I was able to provide.

I’m slowly working my way through and uploading some of my older images onto the posters to ensure there is a broader range available.

Here for example is one of the new posters, using one of my older images:Link here

Curse of the Squirrel Mummy HighSMWhile my other commitments have impacted on creating and uploading new designs, I plan to rectify that as soon as possible.

Thanks for dropping by.

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