If you are seeking to connect with customers who love animals, we would be happy to send samples to your place of business. Please contact us in the box below or call 1.505.336.5656.
From the very first publication of four cards until today with 66 images, the cards have been printed in Albuquerque , New Mexico USA on environmentally-sensible recycled card stock using soy-based inks. These premium cards are UPC barcoded and individually sealed in clear poly resealable sleeves. We also carry a $2 million product liability insurance policy.
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Over the years, collectors of her original paintings requested Lori Faye Bock to publish replicas of the paintings they purchased in order to communicate that fact to friends and acquaintances.
Our research indicates individuals collect Lori Faye Bock art note cards to a) communicate special notes to animal lovers, b) give cards as inexpensive gifts and/or c)keep a little levity in the work place or at home by posting or even framing note cards since they are replicas of original paintings by a popular artist.
Did you know that 30% of all American households have at least one cat in the family for a total of 74 million cats? And, did you know that 36% of all American households have at least one dog
for a total of 70 million dogs? Wow! That's according to the American Veterinary Medical Association. Think about how many individuals fall into one of these two groups and just think about how many homes have both a dog and a cat ....
New Mexico artist Lori Faye Bock has been delighting individuals who love animals, both young and old, with her original paintings in her galleries in Santa Fe and Taos. Her focus has been companion pets, farm animals, birds, a series on women's perspectives and windowscapes.
Recognized as one of America's popular animal artists, Lori Faye Bock has been at the vanguard in promoting the humane and kind treatment of animals through her creative contributions to national humane organizations as well as scores of local animal shelters, humane societies and rescue groups.
IN THE NEWS! 11/4/2019- The Santa Fe New Mexican