Sunday, October 4, 2009

~ Paintings In Progress Giveaway ~


**This Giveaway is now closed**

Do you remember when I featured artist Julie Beck of Paintings in Progress as a Blog Of The Week here?

Do you remember how we all loved this picture in progress of the clock?







Julie has very graciously offered this 8 x 10 of her work entitled Skeleton Keys as a giveaway! Isn't it beautiful?

Skeleton Keys by Julie Beck



Julie also has an Etsy store where she sells her work. I noticed she has her new calendar listed on there ~ a little taste of Julie's work every month of the year!

Here's how to enter:


Visit Julie's Etsy store and then leave me a comment telling me which of her works catches your eye. In addition, you can do any or all of the following to gain additional entries:


  • Become a follower of my blog and let me know in a separate comment.

  • Tweet about this giveaway and let me know in a separate comment {include your @ name}.

  • Write a post about this giveaway and link to it, and let me know in a separate comment {include the link to the post}.
That's up to 4 entries! Remember, each one must be a separate comment so you are counted properly. This contest will run through Friday, October 9, 2009, {midnight} and the winner will be announced on Saturday, October 10, 2009. Winner will be picked by random number generator.

25 comments:

Lisa@Pickles and Cheese said...

Wow Kathy! This is such an exciting giveaway! First thanks for introducing me to Julie's work. I have several favorites from her Etsy site. The green apple and the field of wheat are wonderful and I also liked the cup of tea and the one of the keys that you are giving away! Very talented!

pk said...

She's definitely talented! I would say my favorites that I saw on the site were the keys and the green apple. I'm a follower, of course! Thanks for the giveaway!
pk @ room remix

Julie Beck said...

I was more than excited to offer the skeleton keys print as a giveaway. You have a wonderful blog and such magnificent taste. I am looking forward to sending this out to the lucky winner!

anniedavis said...

Julie is a very talented artist. I especially like the "Say it isn't sew". I would love to be entered in the drawing.

Tammy@InStitches said...

oooh, the sew cute button would look so cute in my workroom.

Stephanie said...

I am a button collector, so I squealed with delight when I saw her button paintings. They are so cute!

Donna @ dh designs said...

What beautiful work! After mulling over all the beautiful work at Julie's Etsy shop I have to say that the skeleton keys is my favourite -- although it was hard to choose!

koopermom said...

how exciting! I would love a custom house painting. Those are great! and I LOVE the skeleton keys!

koopermom said...

I'm now a follower!

designergirl said...

Julie's artwork is so FAB! I love the buttons-all the buttons, and hope to be able to include an order to her in my next showhome project. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for the draw!!

designergirl said...

I re-tweeted right away Kathy, still new to the twitter terms but my profile name is @DezingerGirl. Hope this counts as an entry! I love this contest giveaway!

Julie Beck said...

all the talk about buttons! if you have a cool button, feel free to send a pic of it to me. I use my own collection for reference but always need new inspiration!!!

Cathy said...

I found your blog through Kristen's and thought I would stop by and say hello!!!

Your blog is wonderful!!! I love the black and white umbrella on your sidebar!!!

Have a wonderful Sunday!!!
XOXO
Cathy

Kaylen said...

I really like the mason jar painting. I also think the abstract/surreal landscape one, Barnacle" is beautiful.

Maria Killam said...

That little orange clock is adorable!

Anonymous said...

Hello Kathy...

I just saw your name over at Debra's...

I love the Apples, and Looking back...

Thanks for the chance...

Kathy :)
jokaj@comcast.net

Kerri Settle said...

I've been a big fan of Julie's work for a while now! My favorite has always been Obsolete Beast, the big steam engine, but all of her work is worth a close look.

myflsun said...

Julie is an amazing artist! I love those keys!! I absolutely adore the mason jar and the wheat, too. Awesome!

Carolyn @ My Backyard Eden said...

I like them all. But I love "Say it isn't Sew". I have a thing for buttons! Thanks for showing me Julie's work!

Debra from Bungalow said...

WOW, they are too pretty and unique. I love the custom house print and the button prints.



Come on over to my giveaway!

Tracy Suzanne said...

I really love the skelton keys the most but I also like the mason jar. Both remind me of my childhood and grandma keys in a drawer.
Have a blessed Friday...Tracy

Tracy Suzanne said...

I'm following your blog.
Tracy Suzanne
http://cottonpickincute.blogspot.com

DesignTies said...

How did I miss this?! Whew, just under the wire!! Julie's painting of the mason jar (MidWest Memory) really caught my eye. It's amazing how Julia manages to make paint really look like clear glass!!

Skeleton Keys is my next favourite, so I'd be absolutely thrilled to win your giveaway -- fingers crossed!!

Kelly

DesignTies said...

Already a follower :-)

Kelly

DesignTies said...

Tweeted :-)

Kelly

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