JocelynsInkwell

Original & print watercolor artwork of Jocelyn Boblink

Indiana, United States · 526 Sales

JocelynsInkwell

Original & print watercolor artwork of Jocelyn Boblink

Indiana, United States 526 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Announcement   *** All items are Ready-to-Ship, unless a custom order. Custom orders currently have a 5-7 day turnaround time.***

Personalized watercolor maps, calligraphy of special poetry, gifts of gratitude-- we are ready to make it special. Commissioned original paintings of special places, maps of vacation spots, lake homes, historical towns, genealogy, marathon or hiking routes, golf courses, and childhood memories for a housewarming, father's, anniversary, or wedding gift.

Or revive the rush from reading poems and literature familiar or forgotten, in hand-turned watercolor and calligraphy in an anniversary or memorial gift. I love helping you make overwhelming surprises happen. (Even if it's a surprise for yourself.)

For corporate art, design, and marketing, and a fuller portfolio, visit http://www.jocelynsinkwell.com.

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Last updated on Mar 15, 2016

*** All items are Ready-to-Ship, unless a custom order. Custom orders currently have a 5-7 day turnaround time.***

Personalized watercolor maps, calligraphy of special poetry, gifts of gratitude-- we are ready to make it special. Commissioned original paintings of special places, maps of vacation spots, lake homes, historical towns, genealogy, marathon or hiking routes, golf courses, and childhood memories for a housewarming, father's, anniversary, or wedding gift.

Or revive the rush from reading poems and literature familiar or forgotten, in hand-turned watercolor and calligraphy in an anniversary or memorial gift. I love helping you make overwhelming surprises happen. (Even if it's a surprise for yourself.)

For corporate art, design, and marketing, and a fuller portfolio, visit http://www.jocelynsinkwell.com.

Jocelyn Boblink

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About

memories are powerful plasma

Creativity is genetic; at least I assumed it was in high school. If my mother could paint, I should be able to.

Every life is important, stored up with memories and layered with emotions that reflect where we've been, whom we've loved, what has dented us. I think that's why people feel a strong connection to art-- something sparks and shines a light on who we are, what we think, and Who has authored our stories.

Making art that is meaningful to people-- a map of the lake where you spent your summers, an image of the place where you've finally achieved your dream, a passage that was read at your wedding, colors that remind you of someone you lost-- makes it real to me.

So, this is how it works: an idea percolates or a client purchases a custom order. Using that information, I do a little research online and mark up the layout, usually with a sketch over blue marking paper. If there's any large calligraphy or places I want to remain the color of the paper, I draw on the masking fluid. I paint and wait and paint and wait a little more. Here I have to thank God for things like gravity, absorbancy, evaporation, horse hair, etc. If any calligraphy is required, it comes at the end. If it's a tricky or long piece, I'll write it out on scrap paper to sense the layout; otherwise I just charge in with India ink.

One of my favorite things about Etsy is the interaction with my clients and buyers. I don't ask, but almost everyone tells me a little backstory about who it's for, why it's significant-- and the memories for the giver and the receiver are all very powerful.

Why do I do this? I have been a marketing consultant, a trainer, a writer, a graphic artist, a web designer, an elementary art teacher, a wife and a mother...Passionate about medieval history, education, English literature, Pixar, my family, and the Bible, naturally, I opened an online shop offering maps, poetry, and calligraphy.

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  • Jocelyn Boblink

    Owner, Designer, Curator, Artist

    Descended from warriors and inventors, pastors and queens, sea captains and fortune hunters, pioneers and mothers, I was born in Lafayette, IN, raised in Kingsville, MD, educated at Purdue, blessed in Chicago, and have been challenged every day.

Shop policies

Last updated on August 24, 2015
Artwork is serendipitous in its nature and so no two works are alike. Good! Inspiration is from God and his creation; from there, the process is exhilarating and hopeful. Some of the results you pitch; some you love and hope that they find a good home. Copyright information: The artist retains the rights to all reproduction and licensing of images, unless specifically purchased by the buyer and given written permission.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
Cancellation on any custom order must be made within 72 hours. Depending on hours invested, there may be a fee retained before a refund can be made on any cancellation. Fee at the fair discretion of the artist. Sales tax will be assessed on any orders placed within Indiana.
Shipping
Custom items generally take seven days to produce and ship; artwork in hand will ship within 48 hours, unless noted otherwise. All items ship through the USPS. Please notify us immediately upon ordering whether there is an event deadline, insurance, or overnight delivery requested; we'll be happy to help.
Refunds and Exchanges
In general, there are no refunds on artwork based on anything beyond shipping damage. Irregularities, perceived pencil marks, or color adjustments between sunlight, incandescent light and computer screen color are inherent in artwork. Rejoice in the surprises life gives you. Additionally, the shop cannot make refunds based on the inability to read the buyer's mind; buyers should be as specific as possible at the time of the order. Feel free to contact the shop should a misspelling or other issue arise.