Marty Robbins, September 26, 1925 – December 8, 1982. These are two photos taken of Marty at the Grand Ole Opry in May 1981. My parents were visiting and Mom had always been a big fan of Marty, especially his Hawaiian music, so I made arrangements for them to attend the Opry and go backstage. To their delight not only did
WHAT IS A GICLEE? Giclee (pronounced Gee’clay) is a French term meaning to spray or squirt, coined by Jack Duganne, a printmaker, which is how an inkjet printer works. However, it is not the same as a standard desktop inkjet printer, and is much larger. In Giclée printing, no screen or other mechanical devices are used and therefore there is
A number of you have inquired about my other artwork so I have established a store at CAFEPRESS to make available NOTE CARDS and GREETING CARDS that feature Entertainers, Western Art and Photography, so check it out! The store will be adding new art and photos so visit often. Click the link to CAFEPRESS/BETTYHARPER.
Worldwide there are no fans like Elvis fans. I experience this more and more as I continually meet new people from around the world. Thanks to Steven Pitman for selecting my artwork to adorn his CD, “Elvis Piano”. Because of this collaboration and Steven’s generosity, I had the opportunity to take my Elvis art to Europe. Steven and The Official
My profession has allowed me the opportunities of some fun and exciting adventures! Today, I find myself packing to travel to Munsback, Luxembourg for an art show that will coincide with a concert performance by Elvis Tribute Artist, Steven Pitman. Earlier this year, Steven approached me about using my artwork for his latest CD,“Elvis Piano”. Not only is the music wonderful, he created a lovely booklet with my artwork.
Contest is closed: CONGRATULATIONS TO WINNERS: The first three contestants to answer all questions correctly. Thanks to everyone who entered, please try again on my next contest. Bobbie Sue Clark Steven DeVal Susan Theresa Spatafora You, the Fans, have been a constant support of my art and for that I am grateful. To show my appreciation, I would like to offer an “ELVIS