May Update

Hello!

Lots of exciting things are happening here with Colzo Art. A new gift shop, Bluebell Pottery and Gifts, has opened in Padiham which has a range of different artists providing work for sale, I had a really great chat with Lauretta and will be putting some of my own work in the shop. Currently, they have a handful of my greeting cards, and one of my Padiham Parish notebook & mug gift sets. Gradually, I will be adding more items to the shop – I’m currently in the process of the getting some prints made to add to the collection. In the beginning, I’m thinking of making a handful of limited edition prints.

I’ve been a bit quieter on social media at the minute as I’ve been getting towards the end of the big illustration project I’ve been working on, but I’ve had time to make a couple of reels for instagram, some have been a bit hit and miss, but this one on colour theory preformed pretty well which was a nice surprise.

I have a new thank you card which I recorded some of the process on instagram reels too which was quite popular. Here’s a photo of the new card in case you’ve not seen it yet! (I’m really happy with how it has turned out!)

A mixed media thank you card. The Illustration is of a teal flower pot on an orange checked placemat. The background is a pale pink and grey.
Thanks a bunch greeting card.

I’ve still got some space for doggie portrait commissions, and I’m currently offering 5×7 inch cat portraits at an introductory price of £25, these will be limited to one cat per portrait so if you’ve seen my dog portraits, you’ll like my cat portraits too. I’m happy to deliver locally around the Padiham and Burnley areas. You can contact me by clicking here.

If you enjoy my work but aren’t in a position to buy at the moment, but would like to support me in some way, you can buy me a coffee over on Kofi by clicking here. Any support at all is always appreciated, thank you!

Love, Colzo (&Sandy pup)

ColzoArt - Artist & Illustrator

Christian, Creative, Collabs. Artist & Illustrator based in the North of England.

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