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Blu Penny


Blu Penny by Cindy Ann has made 2013 the year to get a crush on karma with her Karma Goddess Collection that she created as: “a reminder to be gentle and trust in the good that is within.” Cindy Ann Ganaden is known for imagining, designing, and creating sassy, bubble gum, simply sweet art that is sure to put a smile on your face. This year she is excited to be wrapping up writing, creating and illustrating her fi rst book with Quarry Books; a mother and daughter craft book jam-packed with natural, heartfelt and earth friendly projects that are part crafting, part memory-making, perfect for mums, daughters and grandmothers of all ages to enjoy. This year, Cindy Ann has again partnered up with Megan Halsey Art & Design


LLC to bring you The Sweet Spot on Monday, May 20, 2013. The Sweet Spot is an invitation only and intimate gathering of creative minds where Ganaden will showcase her latest work that is available for licensing on many product end-uses, such as decorative fabrics, linens and domestics, contract textiles, wall coverings, fl oor coverings, apparel textiles, stationery, greeting cards, gift wrap and other paper products, giftware, toys, ceramics, packaging and publishing. To request an invite please email Cindy Ann at cindyann@blupenny.com. Cindy Ann is looking forward to putting a smile on consumer’s face. Her portfolio


is available for review online, please email her for access. Ganaden has extensive corporate experience with some big brands including Old Navy, Chronicle Books, Klutz, Time Inc., Papyrus and Creative Co-op. Cindy Ann’s time working with these corporations has given her an appreciation for what goes into developing and manufacturing a product line and it has helped strengthen her sense of vision, foresight, and creative thinking.


www.blupenny.com cindyann@blupenny.com +1 415 420 4430


VClara Nilles


A dedicated section for some of the biggest names in the art licensing sector and what they are currently offering to the market.


ibrant, colourful, imaginative, and “Pure Fun” are some words that


typically describe the style of animal artist Clara Nilles. A relative newcomer in the world of licensing, Clara is already rapidly expanding her unique artistic style onto textiles, home décor, and home furnishings for US major retailers. Her art products have been featured in some of the largest trade shows on the East Coast. She has an extensive portfolio of animals and creatures in brilliant dazzling colours and continues to produce images. After abandoning a lengthy career in fi nance, Clara has garnered a


devoted following in just three years of pursuing her true passion in life. Primarily self-taught, she has been drawing and painting since her youth. Her exclusive use of the acrylic medium produces a distinctive layered painting that explores vivid colour combinations and intense brilliant hues. Painting primarily animals, her subjects range from wild mammals to sea-life, to farm animals. She paints any creature that catches her fancy. Clara’s expressive contemporary work creates a positive energy that inspires the imagination, communicates happy emotions, and adds a splash of


colour to people’s lives. There is a timeless quality to her animals that creates instant broad market appeal for many demographic sectors, particularly women and children. By capturing the unique characteristics and dynamic spirit of the animal, each painting has its own voice and personality. Clara’s philosophy in life and personal motto continues to be: “I paint to make folks laugh, love, and smile.” Her many crazy, coloured, charming images are available for licensing now.


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www.claranilles.com nillesc@yahoo.com +1 301 466 0997


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