Sunday, 28 October 2012

a3 artwork now online

This is "Pieces of Autumn" from the Fragments range in A3 size.

This one is "Surface of the Lake" also in A3.

Yay my family of art is growing with the A3 size being added to the collection! The A3 artworks were uploaded to my White with Three Etsy Store a few days ago due to many enquiries requesting bigger sizes. I have already sold five and have had a request for an A2! So I've been busy reformatting my art and hope to have a fresh bunch of A2 artworks to upload sometime this week.

These two babies were my first A3 orders. I sealed them safely in a tube and they have been shipped off to their new home. To check out my new A3 designs visit my store here.


The A3 artworks packaged and ready to ship!

This 'Lots of Sleepy Dachshunds' A4 print was purchased with custom colour 'Silk Green' - also shipped out last week. 

And this 'Dachshund Sleep Study' A4 print has been selling hot! Last week I shipped one to Finland and one to Texas!

Thursday, 18 October 2012

More to Love - Sneak Peek!

Since my Etsy store opened last week I've been busy creating some bigger artworks! At the moment my designs are just available at A4 size, but I have some new A3's that will make their debut in my store next week.

I just wanted to show you a sneak peak of a few I've been working on. I'll keep you posted when they are available online for sale :)

If you haven't already seen my Etsy store you can check it out here. And you can take a look at my new Facebook page here (don't forget to 'like' it!)


Thursday, 11 October 2012

White with Three Now Open!

I can't believe it's finally here! Today is the day my White with Three Etsy store has gone live! I have opened with my first collection of designs that are colourful, happy and waiting for a new home. A lot of the designs are customisable - so you can choose your preferred colour scheme to match your home and your personality! This first collection is available in A4-size prints, but I'm working on some smaller and larger sizes to join the party in the near future. 

All art is AU$25 plus postage and is shipped within five business days. Click here to visit the store now. Also head over to my new White with Three facebook page and don't forget to 'like' it! 

Would love to hear what everyone thinks and find out your favourites

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Tuesday, 9 October 2012

It's almost time

White with Three art - sleeved and ready for shipping!

After many months of designing and researching I'm happy to announce my online art store White with Three will be open this Thursday! 

My store will run through Etsy - one of my favourite places to hang out. Etsy is an online marketplace where everything you see is either made by the seller or vintage. There are thousands of items in fashion, art and home decor to browse through with lots of weird and wonderful surprises. If you haven't seen my art already - you can have a sneak peak here.

I'll keep you posted when White with Three opens it's doors!


My business cards arrived today which I'm also using as swing tags.

All art will be shipped in a clear plastic sleeve for protection and with rigid thick card to keep it sturdy.

All art will be hand signed by me.

The art is printed with archival pigment inks so the colours are vibrant, crisp and will last a lifetime.

The card I selected is 302gsm 100% cotton rag paper - it has a lovely arty texture.

The art is printed on demand (as there are lots of custom orders available!) so shipping should take a maximum of five business days. But I'm also happy to accommodate any art emergencies! Just ask.

Saturday, 6 October 2012

What's in a name?

A vision of pure joy - arriving at Granny and Grandad's house at the end of the dirt road.

I've had many people ask me how I thought of the name 'White with Three'. It is actually named after the way my Granny has her tea! She has always had quite the sweet tooth which she lovingly shared with her grandchildren. Chocolate pudding, ice cream topped with carnation milk and butterscotch lollies are a familiar part of my childhood. Having married a sugar cane farmer, my beautiful late Grandfather in 1952, I guess she was just supporting the sugar industry!

Their farm house sits amongst sugar cane paddocks, sprawling lawns, dusty sheds and farm equipment in north Queensland - a playground for us kids growing up. While my Granny has a sweet tooth, she has a sweet nature to match. As kids when the time would come to leave the farm, Granny would put her two hands on her head to make bunny ears and then wave goodbye to us with them. And she started a family tradition of drawing pretend chooky stamps on all birthday/christmas/occasion cards generally with the chook wearing high heels, a string of pearls or something fanciful (scroll down to see a picture!). On sleep overs at the farm she would make us what she called a 'nest' of blankets and pillows to cuddle up in while we watched movies. I think if there was a lottery of grandparents then we won the jackpot.

This post is dedicated to my beautiful Granny who still, at the age of 79, has her tea white with three. I wanted to share with you some images of the farm that transport me back in time to the most amazing childhood one could ask for.

With my love of all things sweet I think it's fair to say I inherited my Granny's sweet tooth too.


The old farm house (the top half) was built by my late Grandfather and his father when he was just 14 years old.

Granny loves adorning all her windows with floral curtains.

The sugar mill in the distance - the sickly sweet smell during season reminds me of tractor rides 
with Grandad around the farm.

This is a chooky stamp I drew for Granny on her birthday this year - note the two eggs about to hatch were a reference to my sister's pending twins! Granny's first great-grandaughters.

Granny loves her garden and this orange tree has been bursting with fruit for as long as I can remember.

My beautiful Granny with me on my wedding day last year.