Stiletto Heights

I am Jennifer Gordon- a mixed media collage artist and comic writer living in Columbus OH, with my fiance and love- Keith. I specialize in paintings, ACEOS, journals, art boxes and more. I am always available for commissions! Visit my etsy shop at:

Thursday, November 15, 2007


first, thank you all for your really wonderful words in your comments and emails to me about the "panic attack" situation, you are all more than kind and yes, it helps a lot.

I really having nothing new to report today, other than I am a bit stressed, as I just received an email from a great friend and very big buyer of mine that she and her sister who is visiting from out of town want to stop by for a studio visit today at 1:30...which is great, as I am crossing my fingers they want to do some shopping......but that also means, studio is a disaster that even I can barely stand, so I need to do a little clean up.

If I don;t you see, it will seem all the more like I am a crazy lady locked away in an attic getting visitors for the first time.

wait....that is sort of how it feels.


also I have a ton of packaging leftover to do as I am going to be able to get to the post office today, and a little bit more work on the giant commission project I have been doing...a little every day, and I am right on track for the last week of November when it's due.

so with that I will leave you....oh wait before I leave.......many of you know I have reproduction prints available in my shop now which I am really excited about, so as an introductory sale, they are all "Buy 2, get the third half price", that means for less than the price of one of my originals you can get 3 prints to hang in a series.

tres cool.

just write "print sale" in the message to seller section and I will send you a new invoice!

Image shown today is my latest print, called "The Bird Watcher's Muse"

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Anonymous gregorymeyer said...

Sending you big "Cha-Ching" energy, Jenn. It must be very gratifying to have people admire and buy your work. Now, do something good for yourself (a beautifully selfish act) after the visit ;)

8:35 AM  
Blogger Aaron said...

If there was a way I could challenge your anxieties and such to a duel -- lightsabers, Resident Evil 4 competition, Scrabble, whatever -- I so would, and I would so kick their ass. I would make it my mission in life.

Alas, I guess I'll just have to settle for being here whenever you need me. :)

9:58 AM  
Anonymous Karen Beth said...

I'm sure that much of the joy and wonder of visiting an artist's studio is the wonderful "mess" of supplies, works in progress, etc. Don't go to too much trouble trying to clean! I'm sure it will be fine. :)

Sending good vibes and big hugs!!!


Karen Beth :)

10:52 AM  
Anonymous Kristen said...

Those prints are lovely. I love that sort of collage look. :)

My studio is my living room, and it sure does get messy when I am working on things. My kitty loves to come and steal my buttons...

11:48 AM  
Blogger gilfling said...

Oh my word - that print is stunning!!! It should be a cover for a poetry book or something - a cover like that would certainly make me buy a book! Good luck with your studio visit! I know they will love it and you of course!


5:40 PM  

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