H-Town Skyline 92 from my Urban Observations exhibition was featured as the Editor’s Pick along with a short feature article in Issue #10 from March, 2020 of Art Houston Magazine.
Custom 3D-printed Valentine’s Hearts
Give that special someone a special gift this Valentine’s Day with a custom heart, or chose from a variety of popular phrases and colors inspired by candy hearts.
Chose from red, orange, yellow, and blue. You message can be up to three lines of 12 characters each. Free shipping to anywhere in the USA.
Other hearts available include:
Periodic table gifts, apparel, and merchandise
Looking for a gift for that special science or chemistry enthusiast? Consider my periodic table t shirts or ceramic and aluminum prints. T shifts are available via Amazon in a full range men’s, women’s, and children’s sizes, and you can select from five base t shirt colors. For the full line of T shirts, visit Amazon, searching for “Joel Anderson Art tshirt“. Below are a few of those available.
SiNo T-Shirt – periodic table of elements$ 17.99
GeNiUS T-Shirt – periodic table of elements$ 16.99
TaCo on aluminum$ 90.00
HoLa on aluminum$ 90.00
GaY on aluminum$ 90.00
CaFe on aluminum$ 90.00
BeEr on aluminum$ 90.00
OMg tile$ 30.00
BeAr tile$ 30.00
T Shirts now available via Amazon
I am happy to announce that I now have select designs available as T Shirts for sale on Amazon. You will find 25 of my most popular designs by going on Amazon and searching for “joel anderson art” “t-shirt”. They are all base priced at $19.99 and are the higher-quality American Apparel brand.
Each T Shirt is available in men’s, women’s, and youth in various sizes. You can also pick one of five colors for each of the shirts. And the best part for me: Amazon takes care of the manufacture, shipping, and customer interaction.
OMg!! We have eCommerce!
I am happy to announce that my ceramic prints are now available on-line, right here at JoelAndersonArt.com/shop
I have a sampling of my spinners, periodic table favorites, and even those crazy mannequins.
If you’d like to see them in person, I have all the card spinners and a couple periodic words on display at Archway Gallery. I’ll be adding additional tiles in the coming days.
Amazon, you’d better watch your back, lol.
Social media new bells and whistles
I heard again that collecting buyer/prospect/fan contact information is vital to building up ones art business — don’t just rely on FaceBook as I have been doing. So I did a little research, tinkered around a little, and have made the next strides in social interaction.
I am now on Twitter at @JoelAndersonArt
I have set up MailChimp to build an email distribution list of those interested in my upcoming exhibitions. Events I create in MailChimp will automatically post to my Facebook and Twitter accounts.
I set up Chimpadeedoo on my android tablet to take to art fairs and have people easily add their names to the list.
Here on this website I’ve added my email list sign up and Twitter contact information on the right widget. And I should see any blog posting feed into FaceBook and Twitter. So let me hit the ‘Publish’ button and see if all this really works!