Great Eggspectations A new digital painting I just finished is now available on my website as limited edition prints on paper and on canvas.
Great Eggspectations livingroom interior design setting
For a very limited time, until March 30th, 2017, “Great Eggspectations” will be available at an introductory special of $50 for an 11″x14″ limited edition giclée print on canvas (regular price is $85 starting April 1st).
Edition size is 150. Signed by the artist. Archival inks (warrantied for lightfastness: 75 years – 200 years) on archival gloss canvas. UV-coated for extra protection agains dust and light scuffs.
Can be mounted on stretchers – call the studio for more information: (864) 634-2150.
Standard sizes available online at the Charisma Art Gallery Website – click here to order
Custom sizes are available – please call the studio to order any size you need, framing options, etc.
Great Eggspectations Prints
This is a great piece for wedding gifts, baby shower gifts, office spaces, pediatric offices, or hospital wards. Also works great in business office spaces, or for any interior design application. We also offer art consulting – let us help you design an uplifting, positive ambiance in your public spaces – people love being in positive surroundings, and it increases trust and confidence. Call us at the studio to schedule a quick overview of our services: (864) 634-2150
Come visit the Sheep Incognito flock at this year’s best Fiber Festival in the Nation!
We will be up in the North Vendor area, as usual – look for the big tent filled with fun, cute, and colorful Sheep Incognito artwork by Conni Togel! Bring your Ravelry friends, bring your significant other, bring your kids – do NOT bring your pets. Bring good walking shoes, bring your laundry money,bring a snack, bring some happiness – and hang out with thousands of people enjoying the peacefulness that only sheep can bring to the world. Truly a national treasure of an event!
We made it to our first show in 2016 in Dunedin Florida – our trailer had been stolen, broken into, everything dumped in the woods, and much of it destroyed, right before Christmas.
Nonetheless: Christmas was awesome, and it gave us at least a few days to be with family.
And, fortunately I have insurance that will hopefully cover most of the lost art and the damage to my show setup and other artwork.
So with beautiful weather under palm trees, life is still good.
Even with some rain and some flooding this afternoon, we still ate happy to have made it down here, even if the panels are crooked, the frames scratched, and some of the sheep a bit muddy – they still have the capacity to make people smile.
Which is nice.