I have a new idea and I need some opinions from you guys.
I like creating my huge paintings that go over fireplaces and all, but what I really like is sitting down with my nose pushed close to a canvas creating incredibly intricate and fine details.
This works best in my wedding dress paintings as the details add up to a better picture of the entire dress and I keep the size small anyway so they're more cost effective (or some other random economics words).
So how do I incorporate my love of fine details with say a much cheaper way someone could get a piece of art from me?
I decided I'd try my hand at making pendants. This is the first trial run which is just a simple white tree painted on a wooden disc I stained about the size of a quarter.
I just have to add a little eyelet at the top so it can hang and then it's pretty much ready to go.
What do you think? It'd probably cost somewhere in the $3.50-$4.50 range for a hand painted pendant.
I'm just not sure if I want to jump headfirst into Etsy's already over bloated jewelry section. While it's a little bigger than a scrabble tile and actually hand painted as opposed to a picture glued onto a piece of wood I'm not sure if it's super appealing.
I'd be doing a lot more than trees, just other ideas and paintings that I like. Simple colors and probably more silhouettes.
What do you think? Would you like something like this a simple hand painted wooden pendant?