FREE: Splotch Inchie Art Magnet, Original artwork by Rhonda Chase

Splotch Inchie Art Magnet, Original artwork by Rhonda Chase
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Hello Listia Friends!
I have taken some time from my busy schedule to offer a few cards especially for you. My work is currently showing at the Springfield, Oregon Museum!
I have a few more atc's to list and some special inchies as well.

This inchie is an original. It is a combination of ink and gouache. This has a very sparkly quality. It has been attached to a one inch square wooden piece. I have attached a very small earth magnet to the back of this piece. It is strong enough to hold up a piece of paper on my fridge, but you could choose to change the piece by adding a bail to make a pendant or you could also attach something allowing this to hang on the wall of a doll house. There are many uses for inchies. I also have a website link that has many concept ideas if you would like it. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

Thanks in advance for your bids. Check out my other auctions for more handmade art!
Questions & Comments
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are these inch's something new..... I jus recently started painting ACEO's.... but here in Alaska people aren't
that familiar with them so sales haven't been good at all.... check them out and let me know more about these
inch's....sounds really small for the type of paintings I do..... the aceo's are hard enough....lol
Sep 5th, 2012 at 9:06:00 PM PDT by
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I learned about Aceo's earlier this year and found out they have actually been around for quite a while. I think there are area's that still have not heard of them. I am working on building up the local atc trade group we have here in town but, like you said, they are still new to so many. I'm trying to remember how I learned about inchies. I know the online ATC group I'm in sometimes trades inchies or twichies (two inch squares) but as to the history of them, I am sorry I do not know more. I have learned that these are extremely popular with doll house enthusiasts. Here is a link that might help. http://inchiearts.typepad.com/
Aceo's have picked up a following here on listia but it did take time to establish. I'm happy to see all the variety that we now have. I will check your listia profile to see if you have aceo's there. If not I'll need some website info to see your work.
I'm a fan of tiny things but I admit getting a really great drawing to fit in an inch can be very difficult.
Sep 5th, 2012 at 9:12:35 PM PDT by
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they are small..... thats for sure..... I might give them a try sometimes but with my scenic wilderness and all that goes into them.... I think the ACEO;'s are about as small as I care to go..... I had hoped there might be an interest in galleries for them and have contacted a few in out lying areas like New York... or Chicago.... but no takers.... even at only 5 bucks each.... for an original not a copy/print..... go figure.... thanks for the link I'll check that out too.....
Sep 6th, 2012 at 11:06:28 AM PDT by
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It would be hard to fit an oil painting on one for sure. Maybe start with a two inch square and see how that goes? Have you tried putting your cards on ebay or etsy? I believe there are some galleries that specialize in atc's but I'm don't know any names offhand. Perhaps google search and see.
Sep 6th, 2012 at 7:00:49 PM PDT by
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I love these. thanks for posting them.
Sep 9th, 2012 at 4:04:47 AM PDT by
Original
I'm very glad to hear that you love them! Good luck and thanks so much for bidding and fanning :)
Sep 9th, 2012 at 4:06:46 AM PDT by

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