UPDATE: I have added an new Etsy store where I will be selling my fine art prints. These prints are now available there at LINK TO ETSY STORE
I am busy, busy, BUSY prepapring for Surtex, The Surface and Textiles Show in New York City. It will be held in the middle of May. I spent this week painting 3 new roosters to round out my new “Cubalaya Rooster” Collection. This was a very enjoyable project. It brought back memories of my childhood summers spent at my Uncle Bill’s and Aunt Glenna’s rural home. We had to feed the chickens each day and gather their eggs every morning. Watching their antics was much better than sitting in front of a tv for this city girl!
Inspired by the reds and yellows of my Aunt Glenna’s 50’s era kitchen, I’m working to blend the best of the old with a fresh and new look. I’ll be developing these into kitchen product layouts and framed print designs.
I have created quite a few new collections. They will be unveiled at the show, in the MHS Licensing Booth. However, over the next 8 weeks, I’m going to give an early peek at a couple of the collections. So keep an eye on my blog for them.
Anyone interested in licensing any of these images can contact MHS prior to the show at 1-952-544-1377, or call them to make an appointment at the show. Their schedule fills up very quickly for show appointments. You can also see my portfolio online at their website www.mhslicensing.com (however, the new collections are not yet up on the site).
By the way, if you are interested in following me on twitter, my account is @audreyjeanne. I try to announce licensing deals when it is appropriate, sales of products when I hear about them and any new developments as they occur.