ARTWORK STORE

Welcome!

These are the links to the pieces we have on sale. If this is your first time here, you may want to read the "About the Store" section (below).


About the Store:

In this store, we offer our readers the chance to purchase Jason Artemus Gordon's original artwork as seen in Songs of Eretz Poetry Review. All pieces are thoughtfully framed and carefully packaged by hand. You may choose whether or not you would like the piece of art to be accompanied by the poem that inspired it. 

We also offer prints of the pieces for a reduced price. 


All prices include shipping.

Here are examples of some pieces we have already sold (prints still available):


With Poem:


Without Poem:


Depending on the size of the artwork and the poem, a different frame may be needed. The frame will be chosen by Jason unless otherwise requested. Here are some examples of pieces that required more creative solutions:






We use PayPal for our transactions. 
The prices of our pieces reflect:
  • The skill and time needed to make the piece
  • The price of the frame/print (the price of pieces paired with their poems will be a bit more due to the extra labor involved and higher cost of the frames)
  • The labor involved in cropping and framing the piece and/or poem
  • The labor involved in packaging the piece
  • The cost of shipping
If you do not see the piece you want in our store, please feel free to request it by contacting Jason directly at JasonArtGo@gmail.com. If you like Jason's artwork, you will also enjoy viewing his portfolio at JasonArtGo.com.

Thank you!

2 comments:

  1. This is wonderful! I look forward to the day when I'm published at Songs of Eretz again and have your son illustrate one of my pieces!

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  2. I love the artwork Jason did for my poem. I have the piece on the wall beside my piano.

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