As the summer fades and the tents come down a new season is born with a hint of cooler breezes and a promise of the holiday season. Yikes, the Holiday Season! This is when the days get shorter, shopping gets frantic, and those holiday lists always seem to grow by themselves.
Here's a novel idea, one that I've often tried in the past and never gotten quite right. Simply tell yourself, "This year I'm going to get organized and shop real early so I can cruise along and enjoy the holiday spirit with no pressure. Oh, it will be glorious!"
Now, if you can pull this off and decide that you might like to add some Robert Marble Art to your holiday list, here's what we can do to help you out. We will promise to do two things:
1. We will ship your picture(s) as fast as our little hands can package them.
2. We will also include a Red Bird T shirt (Black or White / Large or XL - let us know) with every order while supplies last . . . for free!
Not only will you get a perfectly unique gift for those on your list but you'll be warm and cozy in your new shirt as well.
In our last blog I showed you a couple of pieces that were in the process of taking form. After the cutting process that I perform by hand, I also hand paint each one in acrylics. They are now finished.
The penguins at left with the ice cream cone is entitled "Anticipation". It is cut out of 6mm thick Sintra Board, a PVC material which is weather resistant and very light in weight. It measures 22 1/2" in height and 12" wide It sells for $325.00 and is ready to hang.
The Red Bird at left is entitled "Ricochet Redfeather". This is also cut out of the Sintra Board which is 6mm thick and has the same properties as the penguins above making it weather resistant and very light in weight. It measures 13" high and 10" wide. It sells for $275.00 and is ready to hang.
We will be adding these and others to our website gallery as they become available.
Check our Upcoming Events section to see if there is a show scheduled for your area. Drop by to see my newest work in person.
. . . and above all please remember to Keep Smilin' and have a very Merry Christmas!