Life Happens Summer Sale


Hi Friends,

The plumbing in my art studio is on the fritz, and I haven’t been able to paint for a couple of weeks. The sump pump bit the dust, which means no water in the studio for now. The pump was buried way underground and had to be dug out, which was a bit of an ordeal. It looks like it’s clogged with paint and will have to be replaced.

The good news is that this is your opportunity to save! I’m funding my plumbing project by offering 30% off on all of my paintings and collages including FREE shipping within the US, through June 30th. The discount is taken at checkout.

The pieces below are a sample of the artwork I have available to spruce up your office and home. If you’ve had your eye on a piece, now is a great time to buy! Click on the images to see all of the work available in the series.

Cassandra Tondro abstract art

“Grandmother’s Garden,” Minimalism in a Time of Uncertainty Paintings, 36 x 24 inches, $1,075 now $752.50

Cassandra Tondro abstract art

“Golden Light,” Gaia Paintings, 22 x 28 inches, $575 now $402.50

Cassandra Tondro abstract art

“Break Away,” Gaia Paintings, 24 x 24 inches, $575 now $402.50

Cassandra Tondro abstract art

“Let’s Dance,” Serendipity Paintings, 30 x 30 inches, $875 now $612.50

Cassandra Tondro collage

“Broken,” Healing the Heart Collages, 14 x 11 inches, $175 now $122.50

Cassandra Tondro abstract art

“Joy,” Small Gem Paintings, diptych 10 x 20 inches, $175 now $122.50

I’ll have to think about how to dispose of paint in the future so I don’t have this sump pump problem again. Perhaps washing brushes and containers in a five-gallon bucket of water, letting the paint settle to the bottom overnight, pouring off the water on top and letting the remaining paint dry before throwing it away. That’s my best idea so far.

It’s going to be at least another couple of weeks before I’ll have water in the studio again. You know how it is — it’s hard to let go when life happens and changes your plans. We certainly saw that with the pandemic and lockdown. It’s an ongoing lesson, because life is always happening!

When has life altered your plans, and was there a silver lining in the clouds? I’d enjoy hearing your thoughts. You can share them with us in the comments section below.

With love and appreciation,



  1. Great idea! Good luck with your plumbing, and I expect you will sell enought paintings to put in a swimming pool, too!

  2. Sending several kinds of support your way, Cassandra. We cannot wait to have one of your pieces here (JOY). You have been a far away muse for me and I’m grateful!
    Louise in Pittsburgh

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