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VIP EMAIL SIGNUP LINK

There have been multiple asks for a link to my VIP email signup form.


Thank you for your interest in my artwork. The VIP Patrons on my list enjoy advance access to new artwork. Art Launches happen as I complete new artwork. I can't pre-schedule my creative process! My art is in demand and many times the originals sell to my VIP Patrons before ever being released to the public market. This is the singular best way to see all of my new art and have a shot at purchasing it. 

Otherwise you will have to wait for me to do a public art launch. :( 
Who likes to wait? 
Especially when it means most likely missing out on buying your choice of artwork. 

For instance, I launched a turtle painting this month (February 2018) to my VIPs and sold it within minutes. There were a dozen inquiries to that painting. That art is not going to be reproduced as a print, so the patron who acted on the email offering was able to acquire a very special piece of artwork. When I post the image to my website later in the month, no one else in the world will have access to it! 

My VIP Patrons also get to see the artwork in process before I release photos to social media. Frequently there will be links to videos or photos of my creative process. Plus, my VIPs get to ask me questions directly.

As if that weren't enough, my VIP Patrons also get SALE information. I usually hold a few sales each year around the change of seasons to clear out my old inventory and make room for the new artwork and limited edition prints. The only way to get the sale deal is to be signed up for this email group list.


Artist Kelly Reark 
www.KellyReark.com 
www.TattooedTarpon.com 
www.WaterfrontKelly.com

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