Sunday, November 25, 2018

Sunday's Suggestion: Mark your Calendars!


As I've been saying for the past three days (Thanksgiving Thursday, Black Friday, and yesterday) here on Blogger, FAA (Fine Art America), the place who renders my photographs on to greeting cards as seen in the examples below, including one of my many images of the now world famous Mandarin duck ... 

... as well as two of my many kaleidoscopic images ...

and one from the number of images within my Words In Our Beak book series ...


is offering free shipping on all merchandise through tomorrow, Monday, 11-26-2018 .*** (at midnight EST), so please mark your calendars. My cards are perfect for the many upcoming holidays as well as for any occasion; and people seem to always enjoy receiving a card through the mail.

Back in the month of February in the year 2010, during the early stages of this blog, I wrote an entry re the value of a paper card, stating, "these kind of treasures aren't the same as an 'E' card that's been archived in your e-mail account-folder, with the threat of a link breaking if you want to view it again."

Besides if missing socks can find a reason to send a card then anyone probably can! so it's a good time to take advantage of FAA's offer to waive shipping fees.

Hope you will take the time to look at my card selections within my FAA Pages. Here's the link to grab the free shipping promo: https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/patricia-youngquist

And while you are visiting my collections on FAA, take a look at how they render my works on an array of surfaces for walll art, on products for home decor, as well as on life-style items. All of these make great gifts for those near and dear to you!

*** Btw, as you may recall, Monday, 11-26-2018, also happens to be the date pf my upcoming talk at New York Society for Ethical Culture (NYSEC). — another reason to mark your calendars!

Please click on this link to read the press release and/or check out the posting on their Facebook page.

The following photo is a very partial of The Adler Study, where my event is to take place.


I hope the seats are filled to the max and that audience members will enjoy the presentation, which is mostly based on the birds featured in my book series...

which will be available for purchase after the event.

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