Saturday, November 01, 2008

Ku and All Things APE



Ku is the god of the East and the rising sun, while Hina is the god of the West and the setting sun. It is said that they pass the sun to one another as it makes its way through the sky. Ku completes my series of six Hawaiian gods and goddesses. Just in time!

APE starts tomorrow! Bill Robinson and I will be at table #283 with all sorts of goodies. Here is a map of the hall so you can get an idea of our location:


I will have 13x19 prints of all of the following:



and possibly even a few of this one:

I will also be selling these two mini-prints:


And all of the proceeds from the kitty min-print will go to the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society!

I will have ten small original mermaid paintings available, and two different sets of mermaid greeting cards (see previous posts). On top of all of that, I have bookmarks and buttons, so come by and say hello and grab some stuff!

Oh, and Bill and I will also have some books by the oh-so-talented Stephanie Laberis, so now there is just absolutely no excuse not to stop at our table. Hope to see you all there!

9 comments:

Melissæ said...

They look fantastic! Good luck!

regulus said...

I just saw your work today at APE. I love your illustrations and I look forward to seeing your future work!

Claire said...

I Just purchase a mini print of your kitty today at APE. I love it. Your work is fantastic! I had a hard time choosing what to take... But this print reminded me of a cat that was at the Humane Society I worked at... She used to lightly bat at your face when she wanted attention. Was even more pleased when I found out you were donating to a Humane Society. Awesome! Thanks!

Nelson Hernandez said...

Hi Brittney. I saw your work at APE this past weekend and picked up the free bookmark & business card. Your work is amazing and very inspiring. Just wanted to say hi, and will continue to follow your blog! Take care. :)

Matthew Kalinauskas said...

wow, these are all great! I think this is the first time I've come to this blog. I really like these pieces!

Robert Edwin Mostoller said...

Your work is so incredible! Beautiful! Love it. :)

Imranul Haque said...

The volcano girl..OMG!!!
lovely lighting on all of the pieces... keep up the great work! :D

Jose Cua said...

fantastic work. very inspired by your blog :)

Abz said...

Are you kidding me? How are you so good!? Love your lighting and techniques...I'm really impressed! :D