I've been busy getting paintings finished for the Saltaire Music and Arts Festival in Fire Island on August 3rd. Here are some of the works I'll be showing. I'll also have a batch of small magnet paintings and some groovy painted rocks. If you're in the area, please stop by and say hello.
Thanks to everyone who showed up this past Saturday who either bought a painting or just offered support at the Saltaire Art and Music Festival in Fire Island. I was blown away by the response and delighted to see most of the paintings find new homes. Here are most of the works from the fair, and a few that will be available soon for sale through my Etsy shop. There are also a couple that are still in the works and I will post those soon. If you'd like to contact me about a specific piece, or to discuss a commission, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. THANK YOU!
I can't help feeling like I'm cheating on Steve Sprang (developer of 'Brushes') when I download other drawing apps, but I've been hearing such good things about Paper 53 I thought I should give it a try. The pencil has a great, natural feel to it--I'll give it that. But the tools and palette are too limited. And the upcharge for each individual brush makes me grumpy. I don't like being nickled and dimed. I get enough of that at the muni meter. In the meantime, I'll continue my love affair with Steve...even if he doesn't know I exist anymore.
I'm back on track. Here's the new plan: crank out 40,000 tiny watercolors--sell them @ $15 a pop--buy my beloved house on Fire Island--spend the rest of my life painting tiny watercoiors. Who wants the first one?