3.14.2013

lola lola

I recently discovered a new shop on Etsy.  I could spend all day on Etsy.  Really.  
Anyway, there was a featured shop on my home page and it was at that very moment that I was introduced to Lola Donoghue.  Don't you kind of wish your name was Lola?  
This Irish teacher, turned full-time artist, uses whatever media she has on hand... markers, chalk, ink, neons, paint, etc.  And she paints whatever comes to mind.  
I never do posts about my favorite Etsy shops.  I don't know why, so I thought I'd start now.













Photography by Fotissima.

8 comments:

  1. Just discovered your blog and I'm loving it! Can't wait to see pictures of your upcoming wedding - so exciting!

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  2. Wow, love the artwork! And, I agree, Etsy is soooo addicting!

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  3. Um----Gorgeous! Her work is beautiful! Thank you for introducing her to me! Can we talk about the view from her studio too? Love it.

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  4. Etsy is sooo addicting!!! This art work is so nice...

    Xo Ash,
    http://sincerelymissashley.blogspot.ca/

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  5. Her stuff looks really amazing, and unique! I love her mixed medium method. Thanks for the introduction.

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  6. Love me some Etsy. Share the rest of your fave shops. I'm always looking for new goodies for my home.

    www.XoLindsay.blogspot.com

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    Leenie
    www.undecidedmamas.com

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  8. wonderful!

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    rosewaterreflections.blogspot.ca

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