SamSketches: A 2016 Calendar

For the third year running, there will be a SamSketches calendar.

It is my hope for this third year that it will be gracing even more homes than its predecessors. The pieces selected, for the most part (not going to lie and say every single one), were done so with a special meaning behind each month assignment.

For instance:

  • July includes an illustration of Gader because it his birth month — his birthday will also be noted on each calendar as well, you’re welcome.
  • August’s image and words refer to music, a reference selected for the birth month of the man responsible for my eclectic taste in and knowledge of music.
  • October’s words come from the artist I share a birthday with in that month — Picasso.

And the rest — have fun trying to figure out and guess … or don’t and just enjoy the imagery. :)

I am currently awaiting my draft copy of the calendar to make sure it all comes out exactly as I would like it to. After I have held it and am okay with it, it will formally go on sale — $15 (w/ free shipping to your home).

For now, I am keeping a list of those interested in securing a copy from my first shipment of calendars, which has been impressively growing each day. (thanks!)

If you have not yet contacted me about making a calendar yours please do so to be part of the first shipment to go out!  — simply email, text, FB comment/message, tweet, stop me in person

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Peace. Love. Cookies.

Capture

It’s that time of year again! Yes, that’s right — forget the actual holidays, my new card is out and going into the mail once the snow and ice allow me to get to the post office.  This limited edition print includes warm holiday greetings from yours truly and my fancy schmancy signature inside, with a cute little note if you’ve been good this year!

When autumn comes it doesn’t ask

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I really enjoy everything about autumn. It’s the perfect time to turn into yourself. Usually I hit a drawer’s block around this time of year, which always balances out with my sudden urge to read any and every book I can get my hands on. This year I’m getting through it with more ease than usual, ideas for images are coming slower — but they’re still coming.