Hey everyone! I wanted to take a moment to check in during this distressing and trying time. I hope you are in a safe place and taking steps to minimize the health risks to you and your loved ones. I’m making an effort to look for the bright side of things and encourage you to do the same. Working at home has it’s benefits, like making it easy to socially distance myself; however, with all of my galleries and upcoming events either closed or cancelled, I suddenly find myself without any income for an indefinite period of time. Okay… that bit is scary too and I’m not alone, by any means.
When there’s a run on toilet paper happening everywhere, buying art is just not a priority. I get it. I really do. Since meeting in person isn’t a good idea either, what’s an artist to do?! Well, she stays in the studio and makes more art, among other things. If we can’t meet at galleries and exhibits, let’s meet online! Hey, I’m at home and you’re at home… time to catch up by reading my E-newsletter, browse my website and see what new art images are there, read my blog postings or hop onto Facebook and/or Instagram. I’m still a newbie with Instagram, so bear with me there! If you have questions or want to see a larger image of a particular artwork, give me a call, send a PM (private message on Facebook) or an email and I will do my best to make it happen. And, I’m always up for a chat with my peeps!