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I Got the Job and I Got My First Art Print In!
August 16, 2014 • Leave a Comment
Last time I talked about my interview experience with The Fine Arts Company. Despite my fear, I got the job! I think this will be my third week there. For the first few days I, of course, was a mess, but now I'm starting to settle in and they have even given me some authority over their Facebook page. Oh my. I hope they don't regret that decision.
I've been taking my camera and have been photographing some of the events which I've enjoyed doing. I really love the painting parties. It's such a fun activity.
I'll be photographing the art and the people for their website soon.
I also received my first fine art prints. They are gorgeous! Four of them all #1 editions with Certs of Authenticity. They are printed on museum quality archival sunset velvet art paper and I couldn't be happier with them. Now I need to find a place to display them and find buyers!
If you are interested in purchasing one they are 10x15 with a 12 x16 white boarder. They will be signed and numbered and only 20 of this size will be sold. Larger sizes will be available in smaller edition numbers soon. The cost of each is $167 plus tax. They will make your walls more beautiful.
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