“The only thing that makes one an artist is making art. And that requires the precise opposite of hanging out; a deeply lonely and unglamorous task of tolerating oneself long enough to push something out.” -David Rakoff
Sold! I loved making this piece and my husband said if it was still at the gallery, he wanted to bring it home. I sure hope she’s happy in her new home. After all she’s just looking for ‘a little magic.’
I dropped off some new work (photos below) today at High Country Art & Antiques in Blue Ridge, GA. She has a few other pieces as well. But after all this painting I’ve been doing, I thought I had a good inventory and could just relax for a few days. But now my studio is feeling empty again, so there is no time to stop working. Good thing I love to paint!
Hate to talk business, but every time I sell a piece, I get to buy more painting supplies. Cheryl, the gallery owner will sell my work from her gallery or if you see a piece on my webpage. She’s close enough to me that I can take it to her if she doesn’t have it yet. She’s equipped to handle payment through credit cards and ship it to you wherever you are. Right now she’s totally renovating her gallery space. and will reopen on Valentines Day, but she’s always available by phone (706.633.9042). And of course, if you are in the area, you should try and visit her. It’s a wonderful gallery full of lots of great work. In fact we bought a fabulous mixed media piece when we were there today.
“As I look back on my life, I realize that every time I thought I was being rejected from something good, I was actually being re-directed to something better.” –Steve Maraboli