Moving Sale

I am moving next weekend and would like to lighten the load a bit! So everything is 10% off in my store, till the end of Thursday, when you use the code SUITCASE.

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~ T-Shirt Available Until Dec.13 !!

My t-shirt is up for sale at Mister Dressup until Dec.13 for the holiday season! I really hope that one day I may just see my artwork while walking down the street :)

IMPORTANT UPDATE

To all my followers, I have decided to make a switch and post primarily on Instragam (@MaddyWisonArt). I have had a much better and easier time reaching followers there than here. I realize not everyone has instagram and for that I apologize to those that this inconveniences.

I also now have an official website www.MaddyWilsonArt.com that I will update as official linocuts and illustrations are finished. 

I’ve never been so shocked and deeply saddened by the death of an actor. When I got a text from my closest friend that simply read “Robin Williams died” I stared at it for awhile wondering what it meant. The words were there but nothing sank in. All I thought was that maybe I should go check the internet, that there was some mistake or a large mean prank was about to go down. 



Than I read “suicide” in the headlines and broke down crying. Williams acting career was my childhood and a happy one at that. I grew up to reruns of Mork & Mindy, sing-a-longs with the genie, flying in Hook, running through Jumanji and cross dressing as Mrs.Doubtfire. Once I was older, and learned of his stand-up career, I collected all his stand up routines on DVDs or CDs. My ‘Live At The Mets’ copy became too scratched up from use to listen to anymore.



I even waited in a cramped hanger for two hours to see him perform for the troops.



While I may never have known him personally, he shaped my childhood with his wonderful energy and I love him for that.

RIP Robin, you will be missed.