Thursday, January 27, 2011

EHAG Emporium Giveaway and Sneak Peek!

The artists of EHAG are kicking off the new year with a spectacularly wicked Giveaway!
Three fabulous prizes are up for grabs, and three lucky winners will be drawn on Jan 30th!
Here are the goodies: "Gregory Gourdhead", an amazing original by Laurie Hardin of Monkey Cats Studio, a hauntingly beautiful and sparkly "Curious Eye" Halloween ornament, by Iva Wilcox of Iva's Creations and A wonderfully whimsical Halloween pumpkin ornie by David Everett of Chicken Lips... Simply enter by visiting EHAG's Emporium and leave a comment! Best of Luck!

Here is a tricky little sneak peek at what I'll be offering for the Emporium on the 31st.

This piece has been aged and painted with rich colors, and note the delicate crackled finish.
Hmmmm.... What in the world?
Is it a Mummified Monk?.. a Crackled Court Jester?.. What in the world?!
Come back on the eve of January 31st at 9:00pm (EST) and find out what this is,
as well as see the wonderful new art pieces that the other EHAG artists have come up with for the new year!
.... Have you figured out what it is yet?  :-)


Len said...

That was a terrible sneak peek! I have been a bad influence on you. Your sneak peeks are no better than mine, now I see why it is so maddening! HAHAHA!!!! I will have to come back to see what you have created for the Emporium. All the best and see you/your creation on the 31st.

Deborah Adams of Possible Impossibilities Studio. Long Beach, California. said...

lol Sorry Len! That's what a sneak peek is! Anymore of a peek spoils the broth, or never boils if watched, or something like that. lol

Len said...

I agree! If you give another sneak peek don't make it any easier! HAHAHA!!!!

I think you are mixing your metaphors "A watched pot never boils." and something else that doesn't make any sense!!!!!!! (I love exclamation marks, Amelia of Sweet B Folk Art pointed that out!)

Have a wonderful weekend.

Deborah Adams of Possible Impossibilities Studio. Long Beach, California. said...

I love mixed metaphors! All the more kookie!... or is that the way the kookie crumbles? lol

Len said...

Oh no, that was terrible!