New Artist:

• Betsy Heird -
Foothill Primitives

  We are looking

    for Artists!

Is your art fresh & unique?
Need a venue to showcase it? We have just a few spots left.

Please email us for more info!







Dan DiPaolo is our Guest Artist for September and
we also have a new artist joining us this month!

We'd like to welcome Dan DiPaolo as our Guest Artist this month. Dan is starting off our September offerings with 3 great pieces done in his initmitable style. You can see Dan's offerings by clicking on his Guest Artist Banner, or by selecting the link "Guest Artist" in the left-hand navigation column on our web site.

We'd also like to welcome a new artists to the PFATT Marketplace:
Betsy Heird of Foothill Primitives.

Betsy Heird is a premiere sign painting artist and I'm sure you'll enjoy not only her September offerings, but all her offerings in the coming months. You can see her new offerings in the thumbnails below, the links above, or by clicking "Brady Bears" in the navigation in the left-hand column or our web site.

Now, Let's Shop Some Art!

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