A Dubbo artist is receiving orders from across Australia and has even fielded inquiries from Europe since featuring on the Buy from the Bush social media pages.
Jacinta Haycock says she needs "four of me at the moment" after her side hustle appeared on the feeds of the movement that's encouraging metro shoppers to spend in drought-hit communities.
Buy from the Bush was started on Instagram and Facebook by Warren district woman Grace Brennan on October 16 and within two weeks amassed 70,000 followers and boosted trade across regional areas.
Mrs Haycock was one of the first Dubbo-based creatives to feature on the pages, with more added since then.
The grateful artist said the Buy from the Bush movement and the increased sales and interest it had created for her were making a huge difference to her family's life.
Mrs Haycock said she had always been happy with her side hustle, but money had become tight of more recent times.
She said many of her clients were farming people or local to the region and she had been doing payment plans over extended periods because she felt for people.
"Which was so hard for us as we needed the money right away, but could never put pressure on people," she said.
Buy from the Bush had propelled her on to a much wider stage, with the first sales made flowing from it being to clients in Sydney and Brisbane.
Much more comfortable in the studio painting than promoting herself, the artist has expressed her gratitude to the Buy from the Bush founder.
"[Grace] wouldn't even be aware what a huge difference she has made to my art and my family's life," Mrs Haycock said.
The Dubbo woman said she needed four of herself, to paint, pack and freight and go to the frames, answer phone calls and inquiries, and "be mum and run my busy home".
"People are buying from everywhere in Australia - Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, ACT, Sydney and the coast," Mrs Haycock said.
"Even inquiries from Ireland and Sweden."
"...it has been an absolute blessing and meeting the most beautiful people who are really interested in me and my big family."