25 November 2012

The Holidays 2012

It's that time of year again!  The Holidays are just around the corner and it's time to get orders placed for custom art.  Order any size Gallery Wrapped Canvas or Gallery Float Mount by December 5th for delivery by Christmas and save 20% on all custom art ordered between now and December 24th at midnight.  Use Coupon Code "holiday12" at checkout.

If you're overseas and would like art shipped to you, not a problem.  I use DHL Worldwide Express service for international shipments and have sent art all around the globe.  Your art will be crated up, professionally packed and guaranteed to arrive in ready to hang, perfect condition.  For domestic shipments I use FedEx Ground service.



INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: Please contact me via my contact page for shipping quote and timing.

Also, don't forget to take a look at my In Stock Art Page for Gallery Floats, Canvas & Framed Art that is In Stock and can ship right away.  It's already discounted 10% - 20%.  Now you can take an additional 10% off at checkout with code: "instock2012".  Order by December 18th for delivery by Christmas.


05 November 2012

Tent Rocks, Slot Canyons and Aspen Trees

Cat and I headed south for a weekend in and around Santa Fe, NM.  While exploring the city we were looking for some areas around Santa Fe to explore and run around in.  We heard about Tent Rocks National Monument.  Not only were there slot canyons there, but unique rock formations where a solid rock sat above softer soil while all the soil around it eroded over time.  The softer soil underneath the rock was protected from the elements allowing the rock to stand it's ground, thus protecting the soil underneath.  If you are near Santa Fe, it's worth the side trip to explore and take a little hike.



The weekend after we went to Santa Fe, we headed into the Rockies in search of Aspens changing with the season.  We ended up finding ourselves heading over Guanella Pass towards Georgetown, CO.  In the process, we stumbled on some of those gorgeous golden leave that have become tied into the thought you have of Aspens in the Rockies.  Once you've seen them covered in that blanket of color, you can never get the image out of your mind.



To check out more shots from our little get away, please visit my gallery here.