Posts Tagged ‘shop’

Two New 6 Inchers


“Little Franklin”
6″ x 6″ – mixed media on wood


“Big Thomas”
6″ x 6″ – mixed media on wood

Happy to add two more to the “Hunnuh” series. Are they bunnies? Are they dogs? They’re hunnuh’s!

Both of these can by found in my online shop and both would entertain you for years to come. You know what they say, “there’s nothing as lovable as a hunnuh.”

Thanks for looking!
– Jeff

24 Hour Half Off Art Sale Is Here! 2016 Edition.

Good Afternoon!

This half off deal is my way of saying thanks to everybody who has supported me throughout the year whether it’s buying artwork, following my shenanigans on Instagram and Facebook or just sending words of encouragement and helping spread the word. I appreciate all of it and it truly means a lot to me.

This is the biggest sale I have the entire year and it’s the only time EVERYTHING in my online shop is 1/2 off. There are currently about 200 items available. TWO FREAKIN’ HUNDRED! Everything from one of a kind originals to handmade wallets, limited edition prints to button packs, keychains and more.

My shop can be found at:
http://jeffclaassen.storenvy.com.

To receive 50% off your entire order use the discount code:
LUCKYME16.

If you have any trouble please don’t hesitate to ask for help. If you have any friends or family that might be interested in this awesome deal please feel free to forward this message or post about it on Instagram and Facebook.

Thank you so much for your continued support!
– Jeff

Four New Four Inchers

I just finished these little 4″ square paintings yesterday. Or maybe the day before. This 90+ degree heat where I live makes my brain all fuzzy. Anyway…
I have four new paintings available in the shop now. They are all 4″ x 4″ on wood and are $40 each, plus shipping. Since they are brand spanking new you can use the code “EARLYBIRD” to get 20% off for the next 24 hours. Like that old phrase goes, “The Early Bird Gets 20% Off” or something like that. If you’d like to add any of these paintings to your art collection or send them to somebody you’ve been stalking, simply click the image and you’ll be taken directly to my shop. Also, I highly suggest using the Paypal option for payment because the other method takes about 3 days to clear, which will totally delay shipping. Here we go!


“French Dude”


“Let’s Escape”


“Let’s Hug”


“Tour Guide”

When I come up with titles for my paintings it is usually after I have photographed them and am saving them on my computer. I need a title at that point because I refuse to save photos named “IMG4169” or whatever the camera auto saves each image as. So, when I was saving all these I was listening to French music and that totally influenced the title for each of these paintings. I hope you enjoy them.

If you have any trouble ordering or the EARLYBIRD code doesn’t work, let me know and I’ll help you out.

Thanks for your support!
– Jeff

Introducing: New Mini Print Editions

Hello! I’m stoked to announce the release of these new “mini prints”. These are all 4″ x 4″ and $20 each. For you early bird collectors you can get $5 if you order now. Use code MINILOVE during checkout. This offer will end Aug. 10 at 11:59pm PST.

Offering “mini prints” is new for me and I hope you like them. They’re a fun, cute size and at $20 a piece very collectible. I also thought it would be nice to make them in smaller runs of 20 as opposed to my other editions which are 50.


“Mint Green Bunny”
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“Pink Bunny”
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“Follow Me Down”
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“Take Flight”
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Don’t forget, use your Early Bird Art Collector code MINILOVE during checkout to receive $5 off your order.

Thanks so much for your support!
– Jeff

Old School Art Revisted

Here are a couple of old school drawings (circa 2004) resurrected from the depths of my storage bin. From time to time I happen upon old drawings on loose paper and sometimes, like an old toy, it’s fun to dust them off and play with them for a bit. Some of these drawings I come across get brought back to life by being mounted on a wood panel and then get coated in a clear glossy resin. Then I put them out into the world at dirt cheap prices. Like this…


“No Friends”
6″ x 6″ – mixed media on wood
$30, plus shipping – Purchase here.


“Sad Gang”
5″ x 7″ – mixed media on wood
$30, plus shipping – Purchase here.

Thanks for looking!
– Jeff

Yo! Last Minute Shoppers!

If you’re like me you are still waiting until Tuesday to buy presents for people. If you’re better than me you have already found gifts or are using this weekend as the last hurrah for Christmas shopping. If you are thinking of getting artsy gifts for the awesome people in your life I wanted to let you know that this weekend is your last chance. Fiasco Gallery (my studio in Paso Robles) is open today 12-9pm and Sunday 12-6pm. After that we won’t be open again until after Christmas. Like I said, this is the LAST HURRAH!

I, along with gallery/studio partner, Neal Breton, have oodles of goodies for your gift giving pleasure. The list goes something like…
original paintings, limited edition prints, framed prints, handmade wallets, t-shirts, sketchbooks, painting sets and awesome stocking stuffers like sticker packs, keychains, buttons, pocket mirrors and probably more stuff I can’t even think of at the moment. We try our best to make something for everybody and hope you can make a special trip to Paso Robles to check out our studio and help keep art alive on the Central Coast.

Fiasco Gallery is located in “Studios On The Park” at 1130 Pine St in Paso Robles CA.

Hope to see you real soon!
– Jeff

Two New Four Inchers

“That’s what she said.” – My good friend Benn after seeing this post on the FB. Anyway…

Now that I’ve finished “The Puzzle Painting” I have been making some new work and finishing paintings that have been sitting around half way done for awhile. These two are totally brand new.

Both are 4″ x 4″ and are available for $40 each in my etsy shop.


“Life Is A Parade”
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“Life Is A Circus”
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Please keep in mind that these are totally one of a kind originals and once they sell they are are gone forever.

Thanks for looking!
– Jeff

The Dayler Story, Upcoming Makeover And A Sale To Boot

Years ago I created a line of wallets called DAYLER.

Dayler Banner

It started as a side project to do something creative other than painting. In fact, it was also intended to be an escape from my artwork. The original designs were all photos I had taken and manipulated in photoshop or were graphic designs I came up with using images I found.

Dayler Wallet - Fire Hydrant

Dayler Wallet - A Plethora Of Liberty Statues

I purposely left my “art” out of it. I sold them online and in my retail shop. It didn’t take too long before I started getting some wholesale accounts, which was very exciting for me. I’ve sent my wallets to Seattle, Chicago, San Francisco, Florida, Ogden and Moab Utah, Amesbury Massachusetts, Australia and quite proudly the Honolulu Museum Of Art. One of the buyers from one of these shops that picked up my wallets was also a fan of my art and requested some wallets with my artwork. I guess it was inevitable that my art would end up being used on the wallets so I just rolled with it. I added card cases to the line for awhile, but eventually stopped because they wreaked havoc on the paper cutter I used to trim the edges of the cases. The vinyl was pretty thick on those things.

Dayler Card Case

Dayler Card Case

Dayler Card Case

I also made a few checkbook covers, but never really focused on them too much and mostly made them by request.

Dayler Checkbook Cover

Dayler Checkbook Cover

I’ve always thought the wallets could grow into something bigger, but I’ve never fully dedicated myself to them because it’s hard to juggle while being a full time painter. About a week ago Coral and I were talking about my inability to focus on one thing. Am I painter, a wallet creater or a candlestick maker? Then she started throwing design ideas at me and insisted I make a women’s wallet, which is something I’ve never made. She’s mentioned it before and I always resisted because girls have purchased my wallets. It’s just that Coral isn’t the type to carry a little square wallet. Let’s face it, she’s got a lot of shit to carry in her wallet and the ones I make simply don’t cut it. Something about what she was saying finally inspired me to try it out. I’ll have to admit, she has some super fantastic ideas. Also, she was very excited about contributing design ideas and giving my wallet line a complete overhaul. I pulled out a roll of vinyl, started cutting and sewing. I made about six different versions, making adjustments and adding improvements with each one. We finally arrived at a version that we’re both happy with. Now we’re working on some graphics and will do an official launch once we get a dozen or so designs under our belt.

That brings us to the topic of what to do with our remaining inventory.
The answer: SALE!

Yes, all Dayler products are on sale for the remainder of January. Don’t forget to enter the sale code during the checkout process. The code is DAYLER30 and orders can by placed in my etsy shop

As for the makeover, we are very excited to show it to all of you. Please be on the lookout. There are a couple of teaser pics on our new Instagram account. If you have yet to get addicted to Instagram like we have then check out our Tumblr, which is basically a feed of what we post on Instagram.

Yeah, there’s a Facebook Page too. You might even be the first to like it!

Thanks for reading!
– Jeff

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