Note Cards by Ellen Kane by Tammy Heppner by Dion Alston

$9.38

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This vibrant set of 6 notecards and 6 envelopes comes with Arts Access artwork on the front and blank interiors. Each piece of art is featured twice in a pack. This notecard set features:

  • Butterfly by Tammy Heppner – Acrylic on Canvas
  • Through the Canada World by Ellen Kane – Acrylic on Canvas
  • Ten by Dion Alston – Digital Painting
Dimensions: 4 x 6in
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Artist Info

Ellen Kane

Ellen Kane

Ellen Kane has participated in Arts Access since 1993, and has worked tirelessly since to explore her artistic ideas. She has produced an impressive body of work, and was recently featured in a two person show at Zebu Forno in Morristown. One of her pieces has been purchased for permanent display at the Johnson & Johnson headquarters in New Brunswick, and her work was also recently displayed in the gallery exhibition at Mondo in Summit.

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Tammy Heppner

Tammy Heppner

“Tammy Heppner is a versatile artist who expresses herself in a variety of mediums. Writing and painting are at the top of her list, and she does both magnificently. Tammy writes from the heart and her love of family, friends, nature, and her faith shine through her words.”

“Her poetry has been featured at Arts Access’ yearly arts celebration, Full Circle. After seeing her work performed to the public for the first time, Tammy said, “I feel like a star. I hope to do this for many years to come.” I’m so glad she feels that way because Tammy is a star, and her future is bright. My Favorite Things is Tammy’s first book, and her writing allows us to see the world through her eyes. It’s a beautiful view.”

– Eileen Murray, Director of Matheny Arts Access Program

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Dion Alston

Dion Alston

Dion loved to incorporate dance with his paintings.  Many of Dion’s paintings represent his love for dance. He created interesting layers and impressions by wheeling over his painted surface. Dion’s work has been exhibited in many museums and galleries throughout New York and New Jersey.

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