Between the moving/construction/show mania/holiday mayhem I had acquired quite a mess in my studio. In my cleaning and rearranging it became abundantly clear that I have a surplus of certain prints and cards, as well as several paintings for one reason or other I am ready to part ways with so as to make room for the new and fresh of the new year.
I briefly considered just burning it all (Banana-stand inspired I’m sure) because I imagined that would be most cleansing. But instead I’m having a CRAZY SALE, because I thought that might be better for the peoples. (and you can’t say i never do nothing for the peoples)
Contact me at audrey.lopata@yahoo if you’re interested in something, or if you know my # you can text me :)
Here’s the art! * Updated to reflect sales
Black and white version of my “speak life” piece…it became kind of outdated once i finished the color version, but it’s still got some cool line work if i do say so myself 12×18, 3 or 4 available $2
Original painting! 5x7ish untitled…and creepy…I’m going to add some more originals if i ever get this card reader working. In the mean time, this deeply symbolic piece can be yours for 5$
“the Poke” This is brilliant, I still love it, but I have literally 1 MILLION of these prints (J/K not literally) 11×17 $1
“Cinderella and Time” Again, I love this but I have waaaay too many 11×17 $1
“the Letter” I always liked this piece, but it didn’t get a lot of love from the peoples, so I’ve got a bunch of prints left 11×17 1$
“In Search of Spring part 1,2,3″ 11×17 same story, i like it! $1 each Only a few Left
And if you like those pieces, I also have a plethora of the winter greeting cards I made with these designs $1 for 6 (2 of each design)
And speaking of cards, hows about some post cards!!??!?! 10 for 1$, (2 of each design) These will in all likelyhood go back to being a normal price after this sale 1$ each, I just have TOOooOoOOOO many
I’ve got about 0 of these notebooks, all a bit battered, but completely useful for taking notes in SOLD OUT!!!
EDIT!!!!! More Original and PRINTS
Here are a few from the long ago series “death by transition” I have about 5 of each
“Fail monster Attack” 11×17 1$
“Chomp Monster” 11×17 $1
“Jesus take the wheel” 8.5×11 $1
Original painting, currently lacking any brackets on the back, which it would need in order to he hung on a wall. about 1×4 feet SOLD SOLD SOLD
Original painting on canvas, seems to be some creative bizarre forest creature, i don’t remember what this is about, but i like the colors 1×1.5 feet SOLD SOLD SOLD
Inspired by one of those many Audio-books i listen to, about a girl with flame colored hair. Alas her eyes became creepy and I couldn’t un-creep them, so maybe you could put a small blindfold on her…
Original painting 8×12 ish SOLD SOLD SOLD/strong>
These poor paintings got king of dented and dirty when i was storing and moving them (remind me to find a better way to store paintings) but they’d look fine across a room…
“Shine like Stars 3″ 8×12″ SOLD SOLD SOLD
“Shine like Stars 2″ 1x 2 feet SOLD SOLD SOLD
And here we have the series of evil frames: never buy these frames! I think they would get scratched and damaged in an oxygen free science chamber, and i personally have had enough of them.
In search of spring in evil frame…you could always take it out of the frame or paint the frame or something….SOLD SOLD SOLD
“Cupcake hats” in evil fame…this one’s actually not as bad as the others SOLD SOLD SOLD
And here’s a few more originals I’ve just had around for a while and i”m ready to release into the world
“Walking in the clouds” original painting 1.5×2 feet ish SOLD SOLD SOLD
“Cascading hearts” original painting 2×4 feet SOLD SOLD SOLD
If you’re interested in one or all of these send me an e-mail at: audrey.lopata@yahoo specifying which ones you’d like and whether you want to come pick them up of give me a few $’s for shipping. If you know my # you can text me! First come first serve!
Happy New Year!
Behold! My new coloring books are up on Etsy, and in honor of the Holidays and the fact that I’m going to be going on Holiday soon, for this week only you can get:
25% off your ETSY ORDER!!!!!! SO MUCH FUN!!!!!
Just enter in the code: FRIEND25 at checkout and win! Now through the 17th of December
Also, in other news, I’ve updated my other art website with Christmas Cheer and a slightly darker painting:
So if you’re interested in either of those, check out:
Merry Christmas to all!
Beautiful people, the time is upon us to make any number of dramatic statement regarding things that will not occur again until next year. Examples:
“I’ve had enough! I’m never going to the mall again this year”
“That’s the last time I try to make jelly bean brownies this year!”
“I promise I will not bring any more elephants into the house this year”
And perhaps most significantly,
“Even though art shows are oodles of fun, this is the last one I’m going to participate in this year”
Yes, it’s true. If you want to stock up on prints, coloring books, cards and original Audrey art for your holiday shopping season, THIS WEEKEND is the time to do it!
Where: Thorton Road Studios
Specifically, I will be at the “Fireseed Clay Studio”
When: Dec 6 5-10 pm, Dec 7 11am-9pm
Why: fantastic art by many talented artists
This one is actually for the Hope Chapel Christmas party on Sunday 6pm (come one come all)
Come see the the Fantastically fresh off the presses “Miniature guide to magical creatures”
And just in case you can’t make it, remember, I sell most of my prints, coloring books and cards on ETSY:
This weekend (Nov 16-17) commences the 700th (or possibly some other #) annually East Austin Studio Tour!
I will be opening up my “Studio J” at the Pump Project Art Complex
702 Shady Lane Austin, TX
You can come visit Saturday, or Sunday anytime between 11am and 6pm!
Such wonderment and excitement you can only imagine until you come and witness it for yourself!
I’ve finally finished up my new and improved: Fairies: a fantastic coloring book!
Here’s a preview of the cover:
and here’s one of the new fairies, that makes the coloring book that much more fantastic.
And then there is my dear friend: Love Cake, a coloring book so ridiculous, I’m not really sure what to say about it. Here’s the cover…
And an excerpt from the inside..
I’m reeeeeally close to being done with this one too, sadly I’ve lost touch with the english language and I find my editing skills to be absolutely atrocious.
So the words are holding me back here….sigh.
Hopefully i’ll get it finished up so that I can get both of these printed for EAST, coming up in 2 short weeks!!!!
Here are a few previews of things that I hope to have done for the East Austin Studio Tour, coming up in November…
I’m probably going to end up painting this in acrylic, but i was playing around with colors in photoshop
Also, I’ve been working on some new fairy drawings to make a bigger and better fairy fantastic coloring book. This was an idea for the cover:
Check back again for more updates on East and magical new work for the holiday shows.
Ok, I know everyone thinks their weather is the weirdest where they live. But let’s be serious. Austin was weird to begin with, and now it’s being weird even by its own standards. What is this water falling from the sky? What is this feeling that seems to be something besides hot? If I hadn’t grown up in the midwest, I’d be completely lost. However, I do believe we’re experiencing a season called spring.
In another bizarre turn of events I decided to make a painting specifically for a frame, not the normal visa versa. For one thing it gave me a chance to work on something less dramatic and serious than the ol’ Bible illustration I’ve been working on. Also, it was a really great frame (I’ll have to get a picture of it once I find a camera to borrow). Anyway, here’s the painting, I call it “Welcome Spring”:
Because I had another great frame I touched up a painting that I did over Christmas. Mostly this was an excuse to play with my new watercolor postcards and gel pens, so that’s why it’s sort of mysteriously Anime and weird. Still, I like it:
They’re both about post card sized paintings, which was fun, but kind of makes me want to paint very large paintings now. We’ll see what happens.