STAND UP FOR WHAT YOU BELIEVE WEARING YOUR OWN ONE OF A KIND DESIGNED KIRSTEINFINEART MARTIN BOOTS.


STAND UP FOR WHAT YOU BELIEVE WEARING YOUR OWN ONE OF A KIND DESIGNED KIRSTEINFINEART MARTIN BOOTS. 

Together, I will work with you to choose any two words, you feel are central to what matters to you,  and I will place  these words within the design of any boot you see here.  Together, you and I will design your one of a kind boots! I will work with you individually through email, and together, we will make the design of your choice. 

Here’s a boot I just designed with a client: Love and Justice were her words. Together we selected the font, color and choice of words and their placement within the design.

Hi! I am Janis Kirstein and welcome to my website! I am a fine artist and painter working in mixed media collage. I help women of all ages find unique, creative expressive clothes.  I love to make fashion items and interior accessory products for you using all of my many painted collages.  Check out my new collection of new holiday ornaments and stockings in the link block below.

My dream is to help you to surround yourself with fine art and beauty, through what you wear, as well as what you place in your home.

The  Women’s Martin Boot Collection  brings you the latest in women’s fashion with sensational, creative and comfortable style.   All the Boots from this collection are made with collage designs from my painted collages.

You can create your own ensembles from this website’s coordinated yoga pants, high-topped sneakers,  dresses, blouses and platform high heels and Holiday Ornaments, all to go with your choice of Martin Boots.

Simply go to my website: https://shop.kirsteinfineart.com, pick a boot design you really like, select two words you would like incorporated into the design and email me at kirsteinfineart@gmail.com.

35% Off the Bluetooth Fitbit. Week of January 27 only.

The Glorious Grandmas of Instagram


I love this story, appearing in the New York Times, written by Ruth La Ferla. How refreshing and invigorating to see someone my age strike an individualistic fashion statement without reserve.

Calm, graceful and unapologetic, Lyn Slater asserts her free will and expressive clothing choices with aplomb and panache. She gives me hope that there may be some women out there willing to take a chance and wear clothing that is outside the narrow restrictions of “the norm.” Bravo Lyn!

Jan Kirstein

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If you like this story, you might find my fashions appealing at Kirsteinfineart.   My fashions can work well for you, no matter your age. Young or age plus, these styles make a definite statement for the woman who is an individualist. Check out my fashions And enjoy my landing page here for my new Collection: Evening Splendor.

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“Shaman’s Dream,” long sleeve women’s t-shirt by Jan Kirstein : Front. This design originated from my mixed media painting of the same name.

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Kick up some trouble in these high heels at Kirsteinfineart!

 

 

 

 

KIRSTEINFINEART Presents the “Evening Splendor Collection”


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This New Collection by KIRSTEINFINEART is what you have been waiting for:  Smashing style for your dressy occasions combined with a comfort level found only with casual clothes.

Dressy meets casual.

Fabulous t-shirt designs all from Jan Kirstein’s collage paintings pair with leggings in a variety of matching colors and patterns.

Make a splash this evening and feel completely comfortable throughout your all your special events, whether dashing out to a festive night out, or staying home for a quiet, relaxing evening.

 

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Fine art and fashion go hand in hand. Click here to see today’s latest fashion creation by Jan Kirstein. 

 

 

“Wild and Wicked 2” by Jan Kirstein. Click images to see enlargements.

 

Writing advice from Coco Chanel

by Elaine Bennett

 

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Gabrielle Bonheur “Coco” Chanel in 1928, Public Domain,

No doubt you’ve heard of Coco Chanel, the French fashion designer who liberated women from stiff, formal clothing and popularized the still-ubiquitous “Little Black Dress.” Her fashion advice remains legendary—just Google “remove one accessory” and your screen will fill with blogs and articles quoting or misquoting her famous dictum

“Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.”

But while Chanel intended that as fashion advice, I think it works just as well for writers.

How many adverbs have you used? Surely you don’t need them all. And those adjectives—wouldn’t a few descriptive phrases enliven your work more?

Of course, before you can revise—your outfit or your writing—you have to create it first. Write until you’ve finished the draft. But before it “leaves the house,” give it a good once-over. Is every word, every sentence, necessary? If it isn’t—copy, cut, and paste. Slap it into the writer’s equivalent of a jewelry box, the Outtakes file.

More advice from Coco Chanel

“Take one thing off” may be Chanel’s most-quoted piece of advice. But I found another one I like quite a lot in this slideshow from Australian Vogue:

“In order to be irreplaceable one must be different.”

While we’re on the subject of revising, I’d lop off “In order” at the top of that sentence. But let’s not blame Chanel; perhaps it got added in translation.

“To be irreplaceable, one must be different.” I tell my writers a variation of this all the time. And my clients, too. They talk about subjects that thousands—millions—of people have already talked about: diversity, ethics, management. How can they differentiate themselves from the crowd? By weaving their own stories into the mix. No one else has had yourexperiences, has your perspective.

Make your communications irreplaceable—and your ideas memorable—by being your own, unique self. (Little Black Dress optional.)


Writing is just the first part of the process. Revising—that’s the secret sauce that gives your writing zing. Join my free webinar on revising.