Every year the Muskegon Museum of Art has a Postcard Salon. Artists are invited to submit 5 postcards which will be for sale for $30 each. The Museum gets half and the artist gets half. There is no jurying, everyone is invited to submit as long as they meet the size requirement and that they are not photocopies of something... they have to be original pieces. I've done this every year... sold some and not sold some... doesn't matter really, it's a fun event. All of the postcards are displayed, everyone has a chance to see them and then the doors are closed while they prepare for the sale. Museum members get in 5 minutes before the rest of the crowd.... and the rush is on to get these bargains while contributing to the Museum. I finished two of mine this week.... The first one is Mardi Gras... or should it be Venitian Masks (maybe Mardi Gras because I don't think I know how to spell Venitian.) The second one is No. 10. Both of the images are from Wetcanvas.com. Both are mixed media... starting with watercolor and adding other media to them. Number 10 has an encaustic finish because there was some pastel on the piece and I wanted it to stay put.