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Size - 2 1/2" X 3 1/2"
Medium - Acrylics on sturdy canvas cloth
Each of my little paintings are all original & one of a kind. I paint them from imagination with brush to canvas. I use reference materials as guides for textures, light and shadow.
All of my ACEO's are packaged in a hand made acid free folder that can be used for long term storage.
Buy with confidence! I have sold hundreds of these tiny paintings on Ebay for several years with over 1,400 100% feedbacks.
Thank you for viewing my art!
Copyright Robin Leath 2011
What is an ACEO? ACEO stands for Art Cards Editions and Originals.
ACEOs are collectible little pieces of art that are a sister to *Artist Trading Cards (ATCs). An ACEO, like the ATC, is always two and one-half inches by three and one-half inches. That is the size of a standard sports trading card. The rule about size is the ONLY rule in the ACEO world. An ACEO can be created in any medium the artist desires: paint,colored pencils, ink, etc. There are even ACEOs made from wood, clay, fabric, and metal.
These tiny art works that can be matted and framed to hang on the wall. Many people display their ACEO collections in the same kind of plastic sheets and albums that sports card collectors use. Slip an ACEO into a greeting card as special gift for a birthday, anniversary, or Christmas. ACEOs have sell on Ebay and other online markets for anywhere from ninety-nine cents to over one hundred dollars.
*Artist Trading Cards. (Artist Trading Cards are the same size as ACEOs. They have been around for a long time, and were a way for artists to show their work. Regular Artist Trading Cards are always traded, never sold.)
CaaT is the acronym for Complementary Art and Things. It represents a group of artists & crafters from various backgrounds, creating in various mediums and styles, gathered together in order to support, promote, encourage and enjoy one another's art and company. If you use CAAT in a search here on ETSY - you'll find these many gifted artisans and their fine array of various creative offerings.