Hey, y'all. Just a few quick updates.
First of all, I hope you are great. And if you're NOT great, I hope you've been worse! If you've never been worse, then this is the first day of the rest of your life. (Puts down cake...)
I added a STORE to the site, finally. The art in the store is available for purchase right here, directly from me. I'm looking at a stack of it right now. This is very exciting, a big leap. I'll be slowly/steadily beefing up the online commerce, so come back...or just reach out to me if you're interested in something! (I may already have it!) I've got lots of art ready to be photographed. Robots, dogs, random oddities...
I also updated my SHOWS page. And we're onto a theme here...I'm VERY excited about all of THIS, too. I still can't believe I'm actually making this art thing happen. So if you're in the Portland area and prefer to purchase/view your art in person, hop on over to the shows page.
I'm grateful to be a part of such a supportive community of artists. If you're struggling with your art... OR your art accountability...find a group to be a part of! It's priceless. And nothing will keep you motivated more than being around people who not only share your passion...but are making things happen. I don't want to be left in their dust! Waaaaait.....wait for meeeee..... :)
On that note:
Here are the paintings I will have in the Annual Love of Portland Show.
The opening reception is 2/21. More details on my SHOWS tab. Or here is the official Facebook event page for the show. You can see a preview of the cool art there! (Nothing beats the in-person experience, though! Obviously.)
And here is what I'm working on TODAY! Canines.
What about you? What are you working on? Need an idea? Here are three:
1. An owl with headphones on. Maybe he's jammin' in a tree. Maybe he's not.
2. A funky bird wearing jeans and sneakers. Walking on the pavement. Is he eating ice cream? WTH?
3. Flowers. You can always paint some flowers.
Until next time. Take it easy, y'all!
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