Pre-Holiday Sale is ON!

Hiya friends!
Well I'm not exactly sure how it happened but apparently the holidays are heading our way once again. I feel like it was just spring and now I write this email from a desk littered with the wrappers of unclaimed Halloween candy.

There's been a lot of talk on the street about the disruption in supply chains and how consumer goods are marooned aboard container ships and how deliveries this year are going the way of the Pony Express. It really has some folks in a tizzy. I'm here to put your mind at ease and hand you a quick tip...

My tip? Shop Local :-)

It's honestly the best for your sanity and local community. One particular place to shop are local holiday fairs or art school pop ups. My local community center hosts an annual gift fair where artists that teach classes and practice various crafts sell their work, and it’s pretty awesome! The offerings of different media for sale range from pottery, ceramics, printmaking, painting, photography, jewelry, and woven arts among others. It’s always nice to peruse the work and chat with the artists who are passionate about their craft rather than buy some mass produced thingamajig.

On that note, I’m happy to share that I’m holding an early holiday sale on fine art prints in my downtown gallery and on my website. From now until December 5th I’m offering 25% off fine art paper prints and 15% off acrylic mount prints. No promo code needed - the discount is already applied.

I’ve been hard at work adding many new photos so there is literally something for everyone. Over the coming weeks I'll share some photographic inspiration with you, but in the meanwhile, browse a few of the recent additions...

Produce vendor, Luang Prabang, Laos - from the Southeast Asia collection.
 
Ligurian Sea, Santa Margherita, Italy - from the Fragile Earth collection
 
Potato farmer, Peruvian Andes - from the Peru collection
 
Carneros Vineyard Polaroid Transfer, matted and framed. More ready to hang pieces are available from the downtown gallery. View more framed items.
 
Can’t decide which photo, type of print or size to gift? Gift cards might be the answer you’ve been looking for. Plus, they’re delivered via email so you don’t even have to change out of your pjs to go shopping.

Visit shop.tinacciphoto.com to search for fine art photographic prints and to purchase gift cards. You can also shop at my downtown Sonoma gallery if you're in the neighborhood.

Here's wishing you sanity in your shopping quest!

Sincerely,
Jason

Browse the Early Holiday Sale