Thursday, December 2, 2010

Introducing my online shop at Etsy

Etsy is an online marketplace for buying and selling all things handmade. 
Although, I joined Etsy over a year ago, I haven't really spread the word. I have been getting to know the venue and streamlining my workload so that I could best attend my shop and keep the collection displayed there up to date. I now have a variety of work posted, old and new, and in a range of styles.

Click here to see my shop. If you are unfamiliar with Etsy, take some time to browse, there is an endless selection of dedicated craftsmen selling their goods here at great prices.

In my shop I have a few older pieces, some of which have never been displayed, like this set of spine portraits:

My current work is more abstract and symbolic in nature. In my shop you can also see what happens when I apply my hand to realistic rendering, such as the old market Place of Muro drawing shown here. This and others similar in nature are for sale as prints and customs orders.

Some of my pieces are featured in various Treasuries on Etsy such as this one, and this one, and this one. Treasuries are thematic collections created by other sellers. They call it an 'ever-changing, member-curated shopping gallery' - better said!

Thanks, as always, for looking.


ArtPropelled said...

Exquisite drawing! I'm off to visit your Etsy shop now but have enjoyed scrolling through your latest posts.

Laurie Pearsall said...

Thank you Robyn, for this, and also your tumbler and artpropelled posts...there seems to be a common under-currrent we seek in others' work. Keep up!