Last Day of the Pre-Print Sale!
I'm so excited to be able to offer another calendar after a 3-year hiatus! This year's seems especially cohesive compare to previous calendars, with twelve months of new works featuring my sainted appliances, both on the runway and in the landscape, and leftover chocolate cakes.
2016 TraillWorks Art Calendar
It's been three years since I've produced an annual calendar of my work. The creation of a new son and a new home halted my artwork in my tracks for a few years. 2015 has finally afforded me more time to dedicate to producing new art and I'm thrilled with the collection for next year's calendar.
After lots of tweaking and some new additions, the calendar just went to the printer! To celebrate, you can order yours now at 10% off through September 30th, and even better, if you subscribe to my newsletter, there will be a bonus savings!
This year's calendar is the same popularly portable size of 8.5" x 5.5" (letter size when hanging), and are shrink-wrapped for easier shipping and giving. 12 months are filled with new paintings featuring sainted appliances on the red carpet and out of the kitchen, along with images of scrumptious pieces of cake (baked by my son). Plus, this year in an effort to be more inclusive, there are more holidays than ever, along with a key to help link holidays with their religions.
Your purchase will help support women and children internationally. I will donate 10% of my net profits to a local NJ chapter of Dining for Women, an organization that "funds grassroots programs working in developing countries to fight gender inequality."
Jennie Traill Schaeffer
Sometimes called the Kitchen God's Artist, I'm balancing mothering two energetic sons, our new pup, Cider, while making and teaching art. TraillWorks is the apron under which I create and teach. My own art develops mostly in my home studio, but is often spurred through my teaching, and travels. I just relocated to Durham, NC, from West Orange, NJ, so my studio is in renovation right now.
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