Wednesday, June 22, 2011

the place i love is overgrown now

So folks, I believe, what I am doing here is known as selling off the family silver. The time has come for some of my drawings to fly the nest. There are no pretences here. I'm skint. Mine is the age old story of the poor scraping artist in his garret. But what is the point in having all that lovely silver cutlery if you cannot afford to put the food on your plate?

Yes folks, I'm putting some of my original drawings up for sale, in my Etsy shop, at very very reasonable prices. This is your opportunity to grab yourself a bargain. In fact, I've been doing my maths and I've worked out the prices on a $0.0000000000000000000002 per cross hatched line basis. I cannot possibly make them any cheaper. But what is the point in me sitting here in this cold damp dark attic when I have a box of lovely drawings?

Dramatic? Me? Never!
Over the next couple of weeks I'll be adding new drawings, including the ones in this post, on a (possibly) daily basis. See my shop HERE.

Oh, and don't worry about me. It's not that bad. I've just got a few bills to pay.

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Blogger design Jessica said...

No! Don't sell them, although saying that I'd be heading straight over to etsy to grab myself one if I too wasn't struggling with a severe lack of funds... I'm seriously cosidering a new book, 101 things to do with baked beans and lentils, it's all I have left! Anyway, good luck with the sales and keep us posted.

2:59 PM  
Anonymous will said...

This has reminded me I really must create a etsy account and start selling my drawings and paintings on it.

11:07 PM  
Blogger Stephen Hall said...

If I had a million dollars...

5:54 PM  
Anonymous saleign said...

oh no... that is a lot depressing ㅜㅜ...if artists could only focus on what they love...

5:09 PM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thank you guys.

And, a MASSIVE thanks to those who purchased my drawings. I can't tell you how much that helps.


12:35 AM  
Blogger Beth Niquette said...

Hello, Andrea! I love your artwork--I've featured your art and blog in this week's FATuesday Artist Spotlight.

You are such an inspiring artist!

5:05 AM  

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