Work online.
12/11/2012, 2:53 am
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Couple pieces online. Others up as soon as the moment presents itself. I also happily sell direct, just email me at ccgilbertart (at) gmail (dot) com…

GP Holiday Market.
12/09/2012, 4:17 pm
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Well I look about as great as I felt but I truly appreciate the amazing people who stopped by and stocked up on some artwork at Greenpointers Holiday Market at From the Source. All your lovely faces really brightened my day. I have some good stuff left, and will get it up online asap!

Also, this is the last day to check out my postcards at Fowler Arts Collective, YEAR TWO show. The work is for sale, and all the profits (at least from my work) are going to Sandy relief and sustaining Fowler Arts. Very reasonably priced pieces! If you can’t get down there but want to purchase, let me know and I can make that happen via the power of the internet! Still time to get it for Christmas!

Finally if you’re in the GP area, there is still some work over at KILL DEVIL HILL until the 30th in their pop up shop. I’ll grab some pictures soon. Go check it out at 170 Franklin St. 

12/04/2012, 11:41 pm
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Would love to see your face this weekend at GREENPOINTERS HOLIDAY MARKET! A samplin’ of the many monsters! Many more at the fair! Also RIVERKEEPER sent over some gorgeous brochures to pass out! As always, a portion of the profits from this series goes towards their efforts to protect waterways.

Postcards for Fowler Arts Show: Year Two.
12/02/2012, 12:33 am

Opening Dec 7th! In conjunction with Calico Gallery show. 25% of profits for Fowler show goes to Sandy, the rest to Fowler operating efforts.
Next day I’ll be at the Greenpointers Holiday Fair selling Christmas cards.
Or hit up Kill Devil Hill in Greenpoint!
Thanks to all the lovely folks who bought work so far and as always, part of the profits from work always goes to Riverkeeper and their efforts to keep waterways safe for all.

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