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Re-introducing Art Windows from IrisCat.

Art Windows.  Why get a “window splash” if you can get a real art from a real working artist?  IrisCat is proud to relaunch this after a period of re-evaluation.

This summer, after a period of re-evaluation and hiatus, IrisCat is redefining and relaunching the popular window painting service to do what IrisCat does the best.  It has come to Sarah that even calling it a “window painting” does not do justice.  After three years in business, some people have mistakenly called it a “window treatment”, and even more people have mistaken this for a “window splash.”  The problem is that they all serve different purposes from different technical approaches. What IrisCat Designs does is a commissioned temporary or semi-permanent works of art reflecting the artist’s distinct style informed by various disciplines such as illustration, hand-drawn letterings, and acrylic and watercolor paintings.  Generally, this suits much better for a smaller-sized project.  Unlike other businesses in the area providing window painting or “window splash” services, your project will be done by a real working artist with experiences that include solo and juried shows.

IrisCat Designs is here to provide an elegant, perhaps smaller, and light-hearted (but not grotesque) alternative for businesses that are conscious of the images they project to the community.  With all this, the prices are remarkably affordable (varies by various factors), and whenever feasible environmentally sustainable methods and materials are used.Southeast Grind, April 2009 Southeast Grind, April 2009

http://iriscat.info/artwindows-windowpaintingalternatives.html

August 26, 2010 at 6:39 pm Leave a comment

Madison, NJ chamber, art council and schools bring community together with holiday window painting

 

“[Window paintings] will not compete with your window display, but help to enhance it… The window painting will help tie in all the stores and create a beautiful and festive atmosphere throughout our business district for the holidays.”

James Burnet, executive director, Main Street, Madison, NJ.

I am looking for a similar project in which several stores on a same stretch of a street would have a thematically coordinated, serialized window paintings. If anyone know of a neighborhood community and business organizer who can spearhead an effort like this, please contact Sarah Morrigan.

November 11, 2009 at 6:44 am Leave a comment

Window painting for Vancouver and Clark County businesses

Iridia Creative Productions does not provide window painting services outside the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area, or in the state of Washington due to costs and complexities of operating an interstate business.

If you are in Vancouver, Washington area, please call Ariel at (360) 719-8595.

October 29, 2009 at 5:29 pm Leave a comment

Five old-fashioned arts to grow your business today

Today it seems as though all what one must do to grow his or her business is to get online, find as many Facebook friends and tweet every other minute.  While social media and Web 2.0 have dramatically transformed the way we do and grow business, it is important never to forget why they have done so: They have moved the marketing from primarily a one-way street (such was the case with broadcast advertising and older web-based marketing) to a moderately unregulated and decentralized relationship, or conversation, coming and going in all directions.

This brings the business back to the spirit of a more traditional age, when most shopkeepers and salespeople grew their wealth out of conversations, relationship, words-of-mouths and their reputations in the wider society.

It does not take an expensive campaign or a rocket science to cultivate such a beneficial relationship. Here are five easy and inexpensive ways to move your business from purely a pursuit of sales figures to a solid foundation for a long-term prosperity.

Read more on Biznik.com: http://biznik.com/members/sarah-morrigan/articles/five-old-fashioned-arts-for-your-business-today

October 27, 2009 at 9:30 pm Leave a comment

Schedule your window painting project soon

Due to the seasonal popularity of window painting during weeks preceding Christmas, this year I am instituting a peak-season rate between Friday, Nov. 20 and Sunday, Dec. 20 to better balance my scheduling load and to stabilize cash flow.

To take advantage of the lower price, schedule before Thursday, Nov. 19.

October 24, 2009 at 8:11 pm Leave a comment

See live window painting in action on Nov. 19

I will be working on a relatively large window painting project on Thursday, November 19 from around 9 a.m. till done (in about 3 hours) in Johns Landing, South Portland.

This is a chance for those who would like to see how it is done. I will also be giving out 25% discount on anyone who stops by and makes a reservation for their own location on the spot.

The method I use for window painting eliminates the need for toxic chemicals or possible damages to the windows. The non-toxic paint, durable for about six months once dry without discoloration, can be washed off with soapy water and typical consumer window cleansers (such as Windex) albeit with some patience, so there is no need for paint thinners or other volatile chemicals that can harm people’s health and the environment. It also reduces the possibility of damages and scratches to the windows.

It will be at the Water Tower Postal Annex on Southwest Boundary Street between Corbett and Macadam on November 19.

October 23, 2009 at 12:26 pm Leave a comment

Sarah Morrigan/Iridia Creative Productions artist presentation slideshow

PDF version of the slideshow

PowerPoint (required fonts: Gill Sans MT and Bodoni MT)

April 25, 2009 at 5:12 pm Leave a comment

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