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Abstract Greeting Card featuring the painting Dementia by Heather Hennick

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Dementia Greeting Card

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Thanks dear Bruce. I have posted a comment on your Clinical Depression.

This seems to me a much more cheerful "mindscape" than your title indicates nor your so very accurate note. I guess it just depends on how we individually feel about colors, because I find this painting attractive and quite pleasant, and also well done, as I think most of your paintings are. Here's a personal detail that might interest you and others, Heather. I have a painting I call CLINICAL DEPRESSION. It is the result of setting out to try to present some of that feeling, knowing it very well myself (indeed, I am sure that many FAA people consider my mental problems and deficiencies to be much deeper and wider, and I do confess also to being diagnosed with more than my share of dementia for my age and education). Serious depression frequently results from the aspects of dementia that you describe in your note. My painting consists only of shades of black to gray to dirty white (which is what I call it when you put black paint on canvas and then scrape it as clean as you can with a palette knife). I chose that color knowing it is a trite one for being "blue." I used only a "knife," and so far as I know the various sickle shapes that I made have no resemblance to anything outside my skin, though they did require some thought and revision as the painting and I went along. I was quite doubtful that it would be of interest to anyone if posted on FAA, but then I decided to last July. And week after week it has been viewed many more times than any of my other paintings. But no print has been bought and far fewer comments have been left than would be a usual ratio from my visitors, I think no data; the difference is just so very obvious. So, go figure.

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July 16th, 2018

Love this card! Such a unique way to send a note! The card carries it's own special spirit to the recipient! Thanks Warren Cook! You're an amazing photographer! Quality product, Quick service!

July 16th, 2018

Love the cards that I purchased from Warren Cook! He's such a great photographer! People love to receive the cards! They always ask "where did you get these"? Plus I love the added "watercolor" element Warren has added to many of his photos! Great gift!

July 16th, 2018

made an excellent birthday card for my partner

July 16th, 2018

Never arrived!

July 16th, 2018

The card was printed on good card stock and looks exactly as expected.

July 13th, 2018

Good quality card delivered very fast

Artist's Description

My tears are shown in the drips for those who are effected by Dementia. I know a loved one who is trapped in this state of confusion, fear and depression. This painting is a piece of my emotion. I wish them an easy journey with all my love.

About Heather Hennick

Heather Hennick

Artist Statements Encaustic I use purified Beeswax with dried pigment and damar crystals (tree resin) for hardening. I heat the wax to a molten point where I can apply the wax as liquid to a rigid surface such as masonite or wood, coated card stock or absorbant paper. Each layer is fused to the next with a heat source, thus a commitment to the composition evolves. I work spontaneously as I create the composition. The process may include techniques such as ironing, carving, embedding materials, transfer techniques, stamping, drawing and painting. I believe encaustic is a forgiving medium that includes a multitude of modalities and creative opportunities for expression. Encaustic is a natural preservative that allows me to capture...

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