Sunday, April 6, 2014
Posted by Jennifer Lommers at 8:59 PM
Monday, March 24, 2014
While I had hoped to let you preview all 60 paintings by today, I still have 7 more to paint and 9 more to scan to showcase them here for you. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy Chintimini Tree No 1 thus far! Auction day is coming this Thursday!
Posted by Jennifer Lommers at 9:02 PM
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Posted by Jennifer Lommers at 6:03 PM
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
(No bids needed - just register if you plan to participate virtually so that I will know how to get a winning bid to you, and best means to bill you.)
PRE-Register to participate (virtually) in the auction of 60 original pieces of art being created as a part of the gallery show, "a little Wild at Heart". 40% of all sales will be donated to Chintimini Wildlife Center! Each original is 6 x 6 x 1.5 inches, created with acrylic paint on cradled birch board. Each original is signed on the back and has a varnish top coat for protection. The artwork is designed to showcase 2 trees filled with critters of all sorts (as chosen by the show's opening night guests, and some of my online fans - thank you!)
Posted by Jennifer Lommers at 5:34 PM
Thursday, MARCH 27, 6-8pm
425 SW Madison Ave, Suite G
I will be holding a SILENT AUCTION for each of the 60 blocks during my show closing celebration on March 27. Each original 6x6 inch block will start at only $20! (Regularly priced at $95 each.) I will take bids until 7:45pm, at which time the auction will close.
What if I can't be in Corvallis, OR for the event?
Before the event, I'll post an online auction guide which will showcase each of the pieces available. I will take your max bids prior to the event via email up until 5:30pm PDT on March 27 and then have a 3rd party place bids for you during the event. Bids will be in $5 increments starting at $20. I think there will definitely be a chance for some amazing deals!
Updates will be provided via my blog (here), on Facebook, Twitter, and via my newsletter (sign-up here on my blog). Stay tuned!
Posted by Jennifer Lommers at 9:04 AM