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These canvas tote bags featuring my nature photography are now available at http://bit.ly/2qBb3UD

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I’ve been quite pleased with my own tote bag. While there are several options when ordering through the site, I tend toward the Basic Style with Black Cotton Strap. This one, featuring details from a Margaret Redmond stained glass window, will soon be available at the shop at Trinity Church in the City of Boston.

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Also available online are several new pencil cases or pouches. I use mine as a wallet-like carryall. See a growing collection of pouches at http://bit.ly/2EQ3PjR

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It is that time of the year. Major deals online and in-stores. If you’d like to purchase some of the unique items featuring my photography, you can visit the online sites using the links below. Where applicable, coupons for savings are highlighted on each page.

https://www.zazzle.com/imagesbycynthia/collections

https://artofwhere.com/artists/wordsandimagesbycynthia

http://www.blurb.com/user/CStaples

If you’re in the Boston area, you can also find my work in the Trinity Church Welcome Center gift shop which will re-open on Saturday.

Have a good weekend!

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The mailman must have wondered why I was sitting on the steps waiting for him! I’m really quite pleased with the production of this notebook and pouch featuring a photo taken in autumn, not too long ago, as I walked by the Mystic River. View this and other nature-inspired notebooks, pouches and more here: https://artofwhere.com/artists/wordsandimagesbycynthia

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Painter and stained glass designer John LaFarge (1835 – 1910) talked about construction by color in one of his lectures to architecture students. The phrase resonated with me I guess in part because when I am staring at a stained glass window or other architectural feature I am drawn to the colors and see them as building blocks. Now, not everything should be deconstructed and reconstructed, but it has been great fun and an honor to play with the sunlit glass and bold interior paintings at Trinity Church to produce these items that are now available in the church gift shop.

Shop hours are traditionally Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am – 4:30 pm, and Sunday 1:00 – 4:30 pm. http://trinitychurchboston.org/visit/tours

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I’m pleased to share that two new cuff bracelets are available in the gift shop at Trinity Church in Copley Square. The designs are derived from the decorative and architectural features of that beautiful building, in this case the hand stenciled golden walls of the chancel and the stained glass window, The New Jerusalem, by John La Farge. Speaking of which … returning soon will be the silk scarf also featuring that bright blue design.

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The shop is open Tuesday – Sunday. Learn more about location/direction on the church website: http://trinitychurchboston.org/

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I’ve been updating my Zazzle Shop: http://www.zazzle.com/imagesbycynthia I’ll continue to do so on a more regular basis. Take a look and enjoy! And thank you for your support and encouragement. 😉

FYI, the gift shop at Trinity Church in the City of Boston has reopened. There you’ll find a selection of my postcards of the stained glass windows, and many other beautiful items. Located in Copley Square, Boston, directly across from the Boston Public Library.

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The image is from a stained glass window at St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague.  The interior is blank.  Click HERE for more information.  Other note cards, greeting cards and postcards of seasonal interest are below. Just click on the image. Enjoy. 😉

Peruse the whole store via the following link. An eclectic mix of items for sure capturing what I see as I meander in the world. http://www.zazzle.com/imagesbycynthia/products

 

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