Art Store (Re)Opens in June!

I’ve held off on reopening my art store because it has been a challenge to reproduce my prints in a variety of sizes. Too small and the designs get too busy, too large and they lose too much detail and seem unfinished. Like Goldilocks, I have been looking for “just right” sizes and materials. And, I’ve recently found the perfect vendors to produce them!

In June, I’ll offer a few sets of mini reproductions and some in larger sizes. Each will be hand-embellished for a unique piece. They’ll be a limited edition and my next store update will be in the fall, so if there’s something you’re interested in, act quickly! I will announce availability on my newsletter first, so please subscribe if you haven’t already!

As always, thank you for your support and encouragement. It’s a pleasure to create art for you.

Updates from the Pine Curtain!

Example of framed East Texas History wall art.
Logging Crew,” by Stephanie Khattak. Acrylic Monotype, 8X10 on paper.

A few months ago, the Texas Forestry Museum in Lufkin contacted me about providing a limited-edition of hand-embellished reproductions from my “Logging Crew” print for its gift shop! This is really exciting, because not only is the Forestry Museum a really solid East Texas history and cultural center, it’s also in my hometown and I have many happy memories of visiting it over the years.

If you are local in East Texas, I encourage you to go in and visit the museum’s newly updated space! If you’re not local, or not quite up to in-person visits, drop them a line for more information.

This wonderful collaboration kicks off my wholesale art program. If there’s a local museum gift shop, CVB or specialty retailer with a strong local focus where you would love to purchase my work, please tell them about me! I don’t sell reproductions of my work directly, so this program is a really great way for customers to purchase the pieces they like and support independent, local businesses at the same time.

This art is professionally reproduced on BFK Rives fine art quality paper, and each one is hand-embellished, making it a piece of truly unique East Texas art for sale. They’re sold unframed, so that you can display them to perfectly fit your taste and decor.

Coming Soon: New Art For Sale

Abstract Floral “Butterfly Farm.” Monotype Print embellished with Acrylic, Gold Leaf. By Stephanie Khattak.

After a long hiatus, I am reopening my art shop on Etsy October 15! I’ll be exclusively selling monotype prints, including the one above, in a variety of sizes. This art store launch will include ten original pieces, and I’ll do a flash/mini update for Small Business Saturday in November, just in time for the holidays. More regular updates to come in 2021!

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