Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Danita Art

One of my goals this year is to support women artists when I'm shopping and one of those artists I am thrilled to now own a piece from is Danita of Danita Art.

Here's what I bought:


These woodblock ACEOs are art prints the size of playing cards that are printed at a very high resolution and then adhered to a block for display or hanging. 

I was a little worried that they would be too small to make an impact but the thickness of the block and the vivid nature of the colors really makes them eye catching and powerful.

Love them!

Right now Danita is having a jewelry sale where you can get 25% off all jewelry using the coupon code JEWELRY25 on your Etsy Checkout screen.

I really want to buy this:


Cool eh?

Or maybe this, it would look COOL on my purple cardigan:


Or this Blooming Frida - Encaustic Beeswax Artist's Journal - crazy cool! ... *sigh* so much pretty stuff.


Yeah... she totally rocks.

And just in case you were wondering, she doesn't know me or know I'm posting this. I'm just sharing stuff I like that you might enjoy too :-)

You can see more of Danita's art at her Etsy Shop.
Her Blog: Danita Art

6 comments:

Bonita Rose said...

she is amazing.. love her work! Love your 4 new pieces of art.. they are beautiful!

artclubblog.com said...

Nice blog, and thanks for sharing your discoveries. I'm hunting for interesting images of journals for my Pinterest board. Love the Frida journal!

Patrice said...

Gorgeous!

Maggi said...

Great pieces for your collection, I love her style!

Carmen said...

I keep coming back to this post, leaving the screen open to comment and then forgetting to post. Distractions! Aaargh!

I just love that you are doing this. I am trying, where I can and where I know it will be appreciated, to buy more handmade and support our community this year. Just recently I spent my birthday money on a little amigurami bat for me and loved it so much I have ordered one as a giveaway too. Great for the seller as she gets two sales and a bit of exposure. Great for me as I get that warm fuzzy feeling and also a little bit of exposure. I'm just waiting impatiently for them to flit their way over from the US at the mo!

I think I will have to do a show and tell when I do buy handmade like you are doing. Spread the news where I'm getting stuff. Thanks as always for the jab in the right direction Nicole.

Richard C. Lambert said...

I keep coming back to this post, leaving the screen open to comment and then forgetting to post. Distractions! Aaargh!gun art