Garf gallery update

Some recent work is on display at the “Holiday Cram It” show at Ello Gallery, 110 State Street, Portsmouth, NH.

Go buy it.

Comments (5) left to “Garf gallery update”

  1. Silvana wrote:

    The printing firms of hoadliy themed stationery have separate categories for different seasons and hoadliys. We have to decide on the design series that fits your needs and ideas for the printing of the stationery. Once the design is fixed on, you then have to choose the greetings card and texture of the paper you wish to use for the card. It is always better to choose paper that has a rich look as it makes the recipient really feel happy as you had spent so considerably for him. If required, you could also choose to have your return address printed on the back envelope flap for the convenience of the recipient. The hoadliy card gets a better look if you also get a matching envelope lining for the card. This also enhances the hoadliy spirit with each a hoadliy spirited card and envelope.

  2. wrote:

    aww thanks Chloe! Welcome aboard I’m recording an album at the moment so expect some updates soon thanks for checking my website out, how did you stumble across me?

  3. wrote:

    , different experiences.Grubworm – I know. I like a bit of grandstanding as it is entertaining but often you get caught up in the elation of using words rather than actually thinking about the meal. Having a blog has generally been positive so far as I think it has made me somewaht more considered in my thoughts about meals

  4. wrote:

    negative things about restaurants. I was accused of “not supporting Cincinnati” by not wanting to go to a particular bar because they serve high fructose corn syrup laden drinks at a steep price tag, just because it’s in the CBD. I can still support the city, and I think criticism can make a place better, not kill it. Great post.

  5. car insurance wrote:

    To the Models/Fashion Entrepeneurs list, you need to add Chanel Iman (half Korean, half African American) and Sen Mitsuji (half Japanese, half Caucasian).

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