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A Shop Request — 6 Comments

  1. Hi, Diane – haven’t been leaving comments, but always enjoy my visits. Following your suggestion, this is my personal opinion:
    – I prefer the tiles to the tote bags, because I like tiles basically.
    – In those, I like the Inner Flow/Outer Flow series, very nice, and of course I love the Freckles tribute tile.
    – I also really like the first 2 tiles, City I and Dance of Life, very nod-to-fifties style, and I like that personally.
    – I also really like the Buddha in the garden – there’s something in that image that always makes me come back to it.
    I’ll try to think of somehting more helpful soon, today is kind of a basket-case day
    Thanks for asking!

  2. If Johan Sebastian Bach’s music could be translated into shape and color, it would maybe look something like this. Bright and methodical and disciplined with lots of subdued passion.

  3. Hi Irene, Thank you for such a thoughtful reflection of this piece – I have copied it and may quote you about this …. incredible! Thank you!

    Hi Rima, Good to know you have been around … I always like to hear from you! Your comments are very, very helpful. Tiles aren’t even my thing but I love the way these tiles look – I want one of each! Very helpful to hear which images draw you …

    Any more feedback is helpful too! Thank you!!

    ~ Diane Clancy

  4. I love the Buddha too. I like the totes because they are practical. Now, is the questions you are asking about what’s nice and pretty or what would sell? My bet is that the cats and puppies would sell great for mugs and totes. The artsy totes might appeal to a sophisticated crowd who might not have animal companions. Are you printing everything on all these wares??

  5. Hi Neda, I think I ended up answering these questions in the post the day after you wrote this – these are great questions … and thank goodness it is print on demand!! I am thrilled the Buddha is popular! There are definitely a couple of different client bases out there for me … you aren’t supposed to do that .. but, oh well, I have to follow my heart too!

    ~ Diane Clancy

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