LisaFirke

Art & Illustration

New Jersey, United States · 123 Sales

LisaFirke

Art & Illustration

New Jersey, United States 123 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Note from shop owner Thanks for visiting! I just moved my home studio and have been busy preparing a new collection of images for the shop. See you soon!

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jul 25, 2016

Thanks for visiting! I just moved my home studio and have been busy preparing a new collection of images for the shop. See you soon!

Lisa Firke

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Lisa Firke

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Christie Juhasz

Christie Juhasz on Feb 24, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

These cards are even more wonderful in person. I sent them to friends for Valentine's Day and they were a huge success. Lisa was very prompt with delivery.

nwerlin

nwerlin on Dec 9, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Perfect for holiday greetings; a fun, joyful illustration on excellent high-quality paper!

Rebecca Siegel

Rebecca Siegel on Dec 9, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

The cards are beautiful and arrived so quickly. I love them. Thank you!

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About

Making Things (up)

Most of my illustrations begin as stories in my head – often about animal characters like Rabbit Rabbit. Animals make wonderful subjects because we always seem to find ourselves when we look at them. Shy, brash, tender – they reveal our own stories in their expressions.

Rabbit Rabbit himself began as a whimsical custom: If, on the first day of the month, you say “Rabbit Rabbit” right away when you wake up, you'll have good luck all month long. When rabbits began proliferating in my artwork, Rabbit Rabbit emerged as a figure representing this tradition. Since then he has become much more. You might call him a muse – or a sidekick.

Most of my art starts on paper with watercolor or ink. Every piece is then scanned and further refined digitally. I don't really consider my pieces finished until they are printed. I produce my prints myself on a giclee printer.

I feel very lucky that I get to spend my days in my favorite way: reading, writing, and making things (up).

Once a month I publish a newsletter called *Rabbit Rabbit* to share what's new in the studio and wish my readers and collectors good luck and creative karma. Subscribe and join the fun → http://eepurl.com/fgTK6

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  • Lisa Firke

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Artist

  • Rabbit Rabbit

    Alter-ego, Muse, Sidekick, Lucky Charm

    Rabbit Rabbit is a character who keeps appearing in my art and is the subject of my monthly newsletter: http://eepurl.com/fgTK6

Shop policies

Last updated on July 31, 2014
Welcome! My favorite days are those when I get to READ something, WRITE something and MAKE something. How about you? You can follow along as I blog about all these things on my site at LisaFirke.com.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept payment via PayPal, but you don't have to be a PayPal member to use your credit card.

For orders originating in Virginia, I have to add 6% sales tax.
Shipping
I ship USPS, First Class or Priority Mail, but I can make other arrangements if you contact me before placing the order.

Orders are always packed with love and shipped promptly.

Buyers outside the US are responsible for any customs/taxes applied by their country, but I do ship everywhere.
Refunds and Exchanges
Please note the size of the item before you order, and remember that monitors differ so colors can shift. Please know that whatever I send to you is presented the way I intend it to look.

That said, if something turns out to be wrong with your order, please let me know and I'll do what I can to make it right.
Additional policies and FAQs
My prints are produced by me on a very high-quality large-format printer on museum-grade paper, using archival pigment inks. If cared-for properly, they should last more than a lifetime.

Art pieces should be hung or placed in a dry location out of strong sunlight. Wipe gently with a soft cloth to remove dust. With care, your piece can become an heirloom.