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- “Quart Study”
- “Warmth of Gold” and a restart
- Finally getting into the Holiday spirit
- “Gift of Gold” for the Holiday Miniatures Show
- “Adirondacks in Summer”
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Monthly Archives: August 2009
Just a ‘heads-up’ about an art festival I’ll have a booth in coming up on the horizon in the south Denver metro area. It’s small and just starting out, but promises to be a wonderful time! You’ll find more information … Continue reading
I’m in production mode. Few words; more paintings. Jar of Echinacea (sold) 16″ x 12″ oil on gallery-wrapped canvas . .
Another in the newspaper series. (I need to learn to take better photographs with less glare.) AM News 16″ x 20″ oil on gallery-wrapped canvas . .
This Labor Day weekend, I’ll have these two opening receptions where you can see these two paintings (working on part of my Marketing Reflections two posts ago) You can see Cowboy Hat #1 (sold) in Boulder, CO at the Chautauqua … Continue reading
Aside form the art, I need to have a life. (What?!? What’s up with that?) As much as I love the creative process, “all work and no play makes Tracy a dull girl”. So I have to make time to … Continue reading
Creating art is unfortunately just a part of the whole job of a full-time artist. <sigh> There’s scads of other business practices that don’t come to mind when you’re steering your own ship, many of which are not my strong … Continue reading