Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistJoan Minchak Platinum Member CollectionPortraits
Description Francisco Villa (5 June 1878 – 20 July 1923). The Mexican revolutionary leader. Stealing from the rich and often giving to the poor, some saw Pancho Villa as a modern-day Robin Hood. Many remember him as a folk hero. From October 1910 to May 1911, Pancho Villa becane a revolutionary leader, promising change for the lower classes. Villa retired from revolutionary life in 1920 but had only a short retirement for he was gunned down in his car on July 20, 1923.
Joan Minchak, Richfield Member Since June 2009 Artist Statement Joan Minchak, along with her husband, Bob Minchak, are Coupon Publishers for over 25 years, mailing JB DOLLAR STRETCHER MAGAZINE every five weeks to over 3.96 million addresses. This popular magazine is delivered to Ohio, Michigan, parts of Kentucky, Pennsylvania and Indiana.
As a graphic designer in the 1980s, Joan originally designed the magazine and is currently active in it's operations. Their company employs over 150 people locally.
The couple have enjoyed numerous awards including finalists for the Entrepreneur of the Year, the Inc. 500 and have been featured on the front cover of Inc. Magazine. Recently, the company has branched out into electronic media, introducing electronic coupons and their half off daily deals at JBDOLLAR.COM.
Joan combines photography with digital design. She often draws into the photographs to have a unique look that is all her own. Joan Minchak's design work can be also found at Fineartamerica.com. She enjoys artist feedback and is inspired by the other artists in the community.
To learn more about Joan Minchak and JB Dollar Stretcher Magazine, or sign up for local coupons and half off daily deals, please visit JBDOLLAR.COM. Feel free to email her at email@example.com.