All Gone to Good Homes - as of Feb 12, 2009

'Round His Arms, hand pulled print on Fabriano paper, 3.5 x 2.5 inches (image size), 6.75 x 4.5 inches (paper size)

edited 2.12.2009: They're all gone now, as of 9:55pm CST. Thank you, again, to those who wrote in.

original post from 1.29.2009:

Please email me, or leave a comment here, if you would like to receive one of these tiny prints. They're printed with water-based ink, hand rubbed with a polished stone on Fabriano paper from an original hand cut linoleum block. The image size is the standard of an ATC (Artist Trading Card.) All prints will be signed and numbered.

The design is based on my oil painting Gently Looped 'round his Arms. I'll aim for a run of 30 and will fill your requests until they run out.

The above image is of my artist's proof. Your print may vary slightly.

edited 2.8.2009: As of today, there are three prints left - don't wait to get yours. Many thanks to all of you who emailed with your requests and kind comments. Special thanks to artist Kit Eastman who wrote about her print on her artblog here.

edited 2.10.2009: As of today, only two are left.

edited 2.12.2009: Only one left, as of 1:47pm CST.

edited 2.15.2009: A special thank you to Patricia Arndt for writing about her 'Round His Arms print on her blog A Daily Trek in Art and Colour. You can read the post, and see her gorgeous new monoprints, here.

edited 2.19.2009: To Threadspider, a very special thank you for posting an image of her print on her blog. It's so nice to see it in its new home! You can see her post here.


Threadspider said...

I came here via Kit's blog and would LOVE to receive one of your tiny prints if you would be happy to send one to England.

mary-klein said...

Welcome, Threadspider! I'd be happy to send one of these tiny prints off to you in England. Either leave your name and address here in a comment - or email me at

Marion BE said...

My print arrived in the post yesterday, and it's beautiful! Thanks Mary!

mary-klein said...

Thank you for letting me know, Marion. I'm so glad you like it!