I sure hope you all like to be in on the "ground floor" of something new. Because we have a special treat for you! A friend of cardmaker Dee, Rick St Dennis, has begun making digis because of Dee's suggestion! She loved his art, and we know a lot of you will as well. Color-ers will be especially thrilled! Here are two sample cards; scroll down to read more about Rick, and to pick up your free digis!
Here's a bit about Rick - what a fascinating man!
A new beginning for Rick St. Dennis has been his entry into the world of Artist Trading Cards and Altered Art/Digital Art and Digital stamps.
Within less than 30 days he was featured artist on homepages for many ATC sites and recvd invitations to participate in juried shows from California to New York.
Designer of over 100 theatrical productions, Rick St Dennis is also the author of 4 books on decorative painting and contributor to at least a dozen national magazines on crafts and art and several compilation books on Crafts.
In one month he had his projects and name featured on the covers of more than 10 crafts and decorating magazines simultaneously.
For many years Rick St. Dennis was a name well known on licensensed products including T-Shirts, Needlework Kits, Collector Dolls and figurines and other household products.
He is one of a handful of designers to have designed TWO productions of AIDA, Verdi's massive Egyptian opera spectacle.
Currently living in the quiet beach comminuity of Seal Beach, California he writes restaurant reviews and theatre reviews between assignments for web designs, logos and creating art for local shows.
He is also active in several international ATC organizations and send out 50 to 100 cards a month.
St. Dennis has appeared on such TV shows as Home Matters with Susan Powell, Aileen's Crafts and others.
He was Crafts editor for Country Folk Art Magazine and sold his artwork nationally through galleries and shows.
Among numerous awards he won a presidential commendation in 1976 for his contributions to the bicentennial year including the design of the west coast premier of William Grant Still's opera BAYOU LEGEND.
Here's a single sheet of the digis - click on the image below to make it larger, THEN rightclick to download. Or, alternately, download a zipfile of individual pngs, or a zipfile of individual jpgs.
Now go visit Rick's brand new Etsy Store!