This summer has been particularly busy for my art business. I landed a spot in the Vail Farmers Market in the Perch tent. For the past 3 Sundays I have worked at the tent selling my watercolor sketches and pinned hearts. This has been such a fun experience meeting so many wonderful people and the Perch girls are the be...
Last Friday I had the best time in my studio with Aaron Patton! Minted had asked me to upload some professional photos to my online store with them. Wait, I don't have any professional photos! Getting my picture taken is not my favorite thing to do but Aaron made it a lot of fun!
A few days ago I posted to Instagram/Facebook the photo above and the following explanation of why I cut hearts. "Often times people ask me how I got started cutting and pinning paper hearts. This is a photo from my very first attempt in January 2015. I was in Colorado and flipping...
So in my last blog I told you that I have broken up with oil paints. My current love is watercolor painting. In particular, watercolor sketching. I just shipped off a bunch of paintings to my gallery in Edwards, CO the Alpine Arts Center.
I think it's best to tell you though that I have yet again broken up with oil paint. The deliciously rich and creamy medium, that comes in amazingly yummy colors, has yet again sent me into a state of frustration. Why?
Last week was a pretty monumental week for my art career. I had entered the Wichita National All-Media Exhibition earlier in the summer. They had hundreds of applicants and I was fortunately one of the 83 selected.
After spending a week in Vail I have returned with all sorts of new inspiration. Something about the fresh air and energy in the village sparks my creativity. On the drive there I listened to my favorite blog.
So one of the most important things for an artist to do is to blog! What!?! Me?!? No way!!! But, I've had a change of heart because recently I've been reading more and more about the importance of art blogging.