EBSQ Friday Five

The EBSQ Friday Five offers a brief look at noteworthy news from around the EBSQ Artist Blogosphere.

Lifeline Japan by Sherry Key

1. Artwork for Japan – Sherry Key is the latest EBSQ artist stepping up to help relief efforts in Japan. She has two auctions on eBay with 100% of the proceeds going to charity.

2. Wash-in: A Classical Painting Technique – Pati Springmeyer is sharing some of her classical painting knowledge she learned while studying at the Ryder School.

3. Poor Richard’s Art – Congrats to Erika Nelson who is now being represented by Poor Richard’s Art, a gallery in Rogers, AR. WooHoo!

4. Giclee Canvas Prints: A comparison – Stop by Jennifer Lommer’s blog for a great article comparing canvas prints from two major POD companies.

5. Supporting Local Animals – Sara Burrier is helping to give back to the ASPCA and you can help too!!

 

Have a wonderful (and hopefully snow free) weekend!

 

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EBSQ Friday Five

The EBSQ Friday Five offers a brief look at noteworthy news from around the EBSQ Artist Blogosphere.

Attitude on the Edge by Emily White

1. Darkling Treasures Anniversary Sale – Artist Emily White is having a 2 year anniversary in her shop and to celebrate she’s having a sale! Happy Anniversary Emily!

2. Best Friend New York Artist Spotlight – Linda O’Neill is one of 11 other artists featured on Best Friend New York, a rotating spotlight on artists inspired by dogs. Sales benefit the ASPCA, so check it out today!

3. Humpty Dumpty for Charity – Theresa Bayer is another EBSQ artist doing what they can to support relief efforts in Haiti. Her painting Humpty in Love is up to for auction on Ebay, with 20% going to Mercy Corps.

4. Save the Cows! – Pooka Cow, Spotty Friend and Less Spotty Friend Need your Help. Kim Bailey is donating 50% from sales in her shop to help save these cows from slaughter.

5. DIY Mini Cards – Run out of Mini Moo Cards? Jaz shows you how to transform address labels and old business cards into something brand new!

Have a great weekend everyone!