The time came last winter to diversify and try a new method of art display. I can say I'm pretty dang happy with not only the way these lovable panels turned out, but also with the lower cost of making them (and less materials required, too!). So that means more affordable art for you, and more love for the planet's resources. And more simplicity for me. It's a win-win-win, and that's how I like to roll.
I finally have had the time to try out lots of images, through displaying them at a local art show covering Oysterville and by listing them in my Etsy shop (Sweetsere), and the time has come to proudly add them to my NYED repertoire as well. I think it's a good method, and I'll probably keep this up for future photos to come. Be looking for a second art show announcement this year with more of these Astoria-oriented photos on display.
Here's a few you can now find on Etsy.
Norblad Hotel on Duane Street, Astoria, OR
Garden Hedges looking down 12th Street, Astoria, OR
Storm Drain design on the streets of Astoria, OR