Art Cards for sale by Karen Elder - Hornby Island, British Columbia
Many of my Art Cards show scenes of Hornby Island, British Columbia and are currently for sale at the Co-op Store and Creative Hornby at the Ringside Market on Hornby Island as well as from this
website and www.fineartamerica.ca. They will also be available at the Hornby Island Arts Council Gallery when open for the season. I have had a very good response to my cards by my
customers and many repeat customers from Hornby Island and beyond.
The following art cards printed from photos of my original paintings are available for purchase. They include an assortment of landscapes, seascapes, flowers, and birds. They are printed on 5" x 7" semi-gloss environmentally certified card stock and have a white border. All cards are blank inside (non gloss) and the backs of cards provide details of paintings and artist information. Cards are available at $4.00 plus shipping.
TWO NEW ART CARDS AVAILABLE.... More new ones on the way in 2019. See Artcards on right side margin above.
PRINTS: I also have a few prints of my most popular paintings that I have sold in the past. These are available for purchase in my Studio
Artshows coming up in summer:
HORNBY ISLAND ART'S COUNCIL GALLERY - To be announced.
THE CO-OP - The Hornby Island Co-op has a group show for the months of July and August which I will participate in.
Bent Tree Studio officially opened Aug. 2014 ...
Hours: Normally I can be open most days from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. My "Open sign" will be out or please call for an appointment. Check it out...
Art Cards for sale...
Art cards can be found in my studio, the Co-op, HIAC and on this website.
The most recent event was the HerringFest Artshow put on by Conservancy Hornby Island in March 2019. I am happy to report that two of my sea lion paintings were sold.
In 2018 I participated and sold a large painting at UBC in Vancouver along with many other artists to fundraise for "HornbyTimes". Proceeds went towards our new Art Centre that has been in the works for quite a number of years. It is anticipated that ground-breaking for the new building will take place in the Fall of 2019.
Check out some other fund-raising projects that I have participated in with both paintings and 3-D projects over the years at: