I’ve adjusted my series title to reflect the new year, 2021, and am adding fun items my wife and I have either bought or would really like to 😊
This calendar is high on my list to get this new year!
The images are, noted on the description –
“An eclectic collection of portraits of Frida Kahlo by artists such as Silas Toball, Kat Tatz, Sophie Wilkins, Carlos Alberto Quintero, and Catrin Welz-Stein.”
Five images are included on the description page of some of the year’s images of Frida. “Very” interesting!
Though Frida’s my featured calendar, here’s a few more we also like —
Direct link to Georgia O’Keeffe’s calendar above is –
It also has five or so sample images of pics on various months on Amazon’s description page, some (I think) even nicer than the one above.
Below, though not calendars, are two very nice related products – Postcard Books of Georgia O’Keeffe & Frida’s art work! 💕
Finally, out of curiosity I did a “reason for calendars” search on Google, and found some interesting thoughts 😊 –
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My general Amazon search for Paris Calendars 2021 –
My general Amazon search for Art Calendars 2021 –
My general Amazon search for Postcard Picture Books –
My goal is to feature items from a variety of categories – art of course, but food (important during the pandemic), clothing, household items, plants/planting, and really anything my wife and/or I have gotten, liked, and or can readily recommend ❤️
I don’t have a posting schedule planned, more of an “as able.”
With working to stay healthy (exercise, sleep, good eating!), enjoying creating art, and family, my blogging is very “as able” lol!
Thanks so much everyone! Stay healthy! Be creative, and enjoy!
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Thanks again, everyone! 😊