Wednesday, May 30, 2007

just for fun...

What kind of witch are you?

You are a Light Witch! You are more powerful than witches of the Four Material Elements, but at first glance, its hard to tell. Ever calm and innocent, your soul shines bright and pure, and even the humans can see it. Though many may mistake you as a goody goody, you know otherwise. You fight to maintain the balance of nature, that above all else. Honor and duty are your driving force, and if that means you have to kill a thousand men, well... looks like you'll be leaving a lot of lonely women in your wake.Common Powers: Telekinesis- the ability to move objects with ones mind Invisibility- the ability to be unseenTelepathy- the ability to read thoughts, and plant them.Premonition- the ability to see the past or future.Light weaving- the ability to conjure and control light creatures, objects, and spells that nothing can destroy or kill but the user.
Take this quiz!

My mind is going. There is no question about it.

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(above) 'Play it again!'
Oil Pastels/Mixed Media
For me, the principal fact of life is the free mind. For good and evil, man is a free creative spirit. This produces the very queer world we live in, a world in continuous creation and therefore continuous change and insecurity. A perpetually new and lively world, but a dangerous one, full of tragedy and injustice. A world in everlasting conflict between the new idea and the old allegiances, new arts and new inventions against the old establishment.
~Joyce Cary
I have too much on my mind this morning and not enough time to sort through it all before hitting the day at full force.
In the studio I have been trying to make myself work on all the
"unfinished" art that just needs a little of this and that to call it done.
I am forcing myself to not buy more canvas until I have finished the ones that are in progress.
I don't know about you all...but when I walk away from a work...I usually don't go back to it...I have a short attention span I think.
So, I have been working on the 6 works currently in studio that need finishing.
I have completed one...almost.
Shut it...I am working on it.
I have a crap load of work at my day I'll be talking for free to our men and women in the war...I'll be talking to them in Iraq...when I do this...I can hear gunfire and explosions in the background. It really does a number on me.
I have to not flinch and really actively listen to what is being said to me.
It's hard...because I just want to grab the person through the phone and bring them home.
They just want to feel better about the issues that they are still living with. Money, homes, families, know universal Human stuff.
It's an honor to be able to talk with these brave humans once a month...if I can offer them any help at all with their inner worlds...then I am one lucky human... indeed.
I volunteered to do this.
I don't want to send the troops socks and cookies...I want to send them a bit of humanity...because that's the one thing they don't have in abundance in a war zone.
I want to help. This is my way.
I also want to create and start a project for the troops involving artwork.
I was thinking...ATC size artworks...that's something I would love to send to the troops and people of the war zones...small artworks, personal acts of creation, acts of a place where there is nothing but destruction and pain.
That's my idea...anyone want to join me in my effort?
Well, I really must get the day started...8 minutes and counting to my first call of the day...I will work 9 to 10 hours today...and I will be a very tired woman at the end of the day...but I will feel as though I am doing more than expounding on my personal views...I will feel as though I have reached and touched my personal goal. That being...
I am a machine...
programmed for living and love.
Hope you all have a wonderful day.

Friday, May 25, 2007

True success is overcoming the fear of being unsuccessful

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Quote for the day:


We do not succeed in changing things according to our desire, but gradually our desire changes. The situation that we hoped to change because it was intolerable becomes unimportant. We have not managed to surmount the obstacle, as were absolutely determined to do, but life has taken us around it, led us past it, and then if we turn around to gaze at the remote past, we can barely catch sight of it, so imperceptible has it become.

~Marcel Proust


Hello all...I have good news!

Yesterday I found out that I have been accepted into new shows.

The first one is the Divine Intervention Show, being held in Fort Collins, Colorado at the Oriental August.

The second is: Ann Arbor's South University Art Fair as part of the Emerging Artists Program. The dates for this years show are July 18th - July 21st.

And the third is not one that I didn't know about but it's finally coming up and I am really proud to be a part of it: The Journey of Hope Walk and fund raiser. I will be donating one of my largest works to this event to help raise funds for the incredible work that Janice and Amber are doing. Hit the link and find out more, support this event if you can.

So, that's all real good news huh? I have never been to Ann Arbor and I am now trying to figure out how I will afford the time and money to participate...but thats OK, because I am really happy to be's something I have tried to get into for the last three years... and I did it!

Woot! For me. I also got three rejections it's a numbers game, for sure. One of the rejections was from a gallery I really respect in Boston...and the gallery owner said that she wished she had more space for my work, but that she will contact me for the next show if my stuff fits in...and either way she wants to talk to me about future shows and possible it was not a flat rejection at all...we are talking via email beans!

I have another busy day ahead...a long weekend ahead of me...and many miles to go before I I better get to it.
I hope everyone has a great day.

Only ten hours to Friday Happy's special is...

Cranberry Martini's! you want yours shaken or stirred? :)


Thursday, May 24, 2007

Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional. ~ Dali Lama

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Quote(s) for the day:


Pain is a relatively objective, physical phenomenon; suffering is our psychological resistance to what happens. Events may create physical pain, but they do not in themselves create suffering. Resistance creates suffering. Stress happens when your mind resists what is...The only problem in your life is your mind's resistance to life as it unfolds.

~Dan Millman

Our knowledge of our own existence is intuitive. As for our own existence, we perceive it so plainly and so certainly, that it neither needs nor is capable of any proof. . . . I think, I reason, I feel pleasure and pain: can any of these be more evident to me than my own existence? . . . For if I know I feel pain, it is evident I have as certain perception of my own existence, as of the existence of the pain I feel: or if I know I doubt, I have as certain perception of the existence of the thing doubting, as of that thought which I call doubt. Experience then convinces us, that we have an intuitive knowledge of our own existence, and an internal infallible perception that we are. In every act of sensation, reasoning, or thinking, we are conscious to ourselves of our own being; and, in this matter, come not short of the highest degree of certainty.

~John Locke


I am working in office all day...running down a dream.

Have a good day one and all,


Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Nothing external to you has any power over you ~ Emerson

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(above) 'The Story'
20" X 16" - oils

Quote for the day:


I desire only to know the truth, and to live as well as I can...And, to the utmost of my power, I exhort all other men to do the same...I exhort you also to take part in the great combat, which is the combat of life, and greater than every other earthly conflict.

~Socrates (469 - 399 BC)


Nothing external has power over you...I find that intriguing. I most definitely have not conquered this force myself fully yet. I have been thinking too much of late...thinking so much that I have to stop myself and consider what I am thinking about. Editing the stinking that I may proceed with my push forward. I want to see some results this year from my efforts...and as I have mentioned here before...I am a most impatient person. There is nothing to be done about it now...I just must press forward with my plans and goals and see where the road will take me.

I just hope that when I reach the end of the road....that there will room at the Inn for me and mine.

What the hell am I talking about today? Living well. Living with the feeling of true freedom from my past...and without fear for my future.

I want to accomplish something with my work. Resonance. I want to connect with other human beings in a simple..."HEY! I know you!" kind of way. I don't care really if my work is understood, just that it connects with people...and it does not have to be the message or point of exploration for myself...people can connect with my work in their own special way, with their own meaning and that makes me just as happy...and usually very curious.

I have been doing a lot of writing and thinking and organizing of my work to present myself to galleries and juried events. It's hard to make myself write the check for the juried events...because my back brain says..."You are paying someone to most likely reject you!" I know's the fact that has kept me from doing it on a large scale at all. The gallery thing I have gotten used to...rejection is my middle name. It's not like I am special or anything...tons of great and wonderful artists get rejected every single day. It's the way it works. I don't fear or avoid rejection...not anymore. So, I write the checks, I mail the slides, I type out the artist statement. I just keep doing it, and something will stick at some point. I trust my inner vision. I trust myself to continue to push myself. Courage is being afraid...and then doing something anyway. I got courage...the personal power to not let it get to me...that's what I am working on.

Nothing external can affect me.

OK, I can deal with that.

So...I have another busy ass day...and a work that needs to be finished on the easel. I also have ready two juried event envelopes, and 5 gallery submission packages. Faith and works...that's what makes the world go round.

I better go get to it.

Onward HO!

Have a good one,


Friday, May 18, 2007

Ok...I need help here...

A BAD! Kitty call...*help!*
I just got these photos back from the photographers, and they looked great at her that I load them with my crap-tastic monitor...I can't tell if they look right or not. Can you guys please click on them, take a look and let me know how they look to you? Pretty please?
You can see other images to compare them if you are feeling all my site they are on the front page...two old shots and the new Mars in Retro up there (middle image...rare never before seen variety of BAD! Kitty art...well it's been seen lots in person, but not online)
Anyway if you guys could help me out with if they look right or not...that would be great.
Thanks a ton in advance...

Have faith and pursue the unknown end. ~Holmes

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Quote for the day:

"In life it is possible merely to throw a heap of stones together, but this pile is not beautiful. We pyramid to the heights only when we lay stone on stone according to a beautiful plan. If we have no faith in the principles with which we build life, we are defeated."

~W. N. Thomas

Yesterday was a bang up, doin' some bid-ness, up in here...kind of day.

We took in three of my works to a new uber Pro photographer. I am so excited to get the photos back today...and see what magic she was able to create. She showed me some of the slides of artworks she has created...they look so good. So...locals...if you need a fine art photographer, check out M.S. Rezny Photography. I will post the pictures when I get back from her place later today. One is of an artwork that has yet to ever be published...because it's huge, and because it's a plaster on canvas work that is really hard to take a picture of, without the bazillion lights and know how. I am so happy to have gotten it done.

Recently I had a professional of another sort give me some great feedback...a professional web designer and artist, his names Mark. Anyway...he was telling me he loved my work...he thought he did anyway...he could tell in some pictures what my work may look like in real life...but the pictures were too bad to really see. He suggested that I get my work professionally shot before getting them on the site. His implication was simple: I am not going to get it done right, even though I have a great camera...for whatever reason...I need to give up with trying to do everything myself, just to save a buck.

The fact is...if a person, patron or gallery is looking at my web site portfolio (which is what it is...)

I can't expect for them to care enough to bother with squinting or other imaginative acrobatics to fill in the blanks about my work. They just won't bother. Before we moved, I was getting most of my on site photo's taken by a that I could someday offer prints and for archival reasons too. The by product was that I also had a super fantastic picture to put up on the web.

The best by-product by far was that I was selling a crap load of work...all the time.

I have not done that in about 9 months now...and I have to admit that it's been almost nice not selling a lot of work all the time, because it's allowed me to stock up again as far as inventory goes. The by product of not having great pictures? No sales...almost a flat line. So, is it worth it to have the best picture of your work possible to really post and share with the world...and is it worth it to have a easy to navigate, clean web site?

Hell to the Yes it is.

Just in the week that I have had the new site up...and it's not done's a work in progress...more code to come I am visits have tripled (x3!), and I have two new possible with a commission! I also have been sending out weekly ( I have a number goal to meet every week on these...I always meet it...grrrr) of Artist Review Requests to galleries all over the country...and International too. Most of the time I hear nothing at all back...20% of the time I get a rejection email, 1% of the time I get an interested party, and it leads to something. When I changed over the site, after editing out all the really bad pictures, only putting back into the site the works I had really pretty good pictures of, I have had three new galleries be interested in talking some more.


Editing is the key to a happy life.

So, all you artists buddies of mine out there...*waves hi!*...get your stuff photographed by a pro, keep your web sites neat and clean, with only your best pictures of stuff up, and write in your blogs as often as don't have to say a lot or anything...but in the online world...which is increasingly becoming a very real part of all our real worlds...take advantage of the one golden rule in online fame and fortune....Quality Content is KING.

I enjoyed four years of continued growth with this principle...then I tried it without it. Trust me...Content is king.

La, La, La...I am off to continue to run down my dream...

what are you doing today that is intention manifestation?

What are you building today?

May the world be a comforting place for you today,


Thursday, May 17, 2007

Art does not reproduce what we see; rather, it makes us see.~Klee

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above picture by me!


Quote for today:

If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you:
I am here to live out loud.

~Emile Zola


Living out LOUD!

That's me, buddy...yea you got that right.

Not a lot to report...I have a new plaster based work on the easel, and it's coming along. I have missed working in plaster and it's a fun return to my roots.

I'll show pictures later.

I am taking some of my work to a photographer today to get slides made for a few upcoming jury events I am going to apply to. I look forward to having a good picture of 'Mars in Retro' because it's a hard one to get a photo of.

It's a day off here in the studio, I will be working on marketing and preparations for upcoming shows and events. It's an office day here, no coaching clients today. I would love to be able to just paint all day, but work has to continue on the advancing of my's all good.

The boys get out of school soon for the summer, they are excited...I am too...but also scared of what they are going to "do" all summer while I continue to work and do shows...I want them to have a good summer...but I also don't have the 800 a month to send them to summer camp to make sure they have fun. Good lord when did it get so damned expensive to go to summer camp? Sheeesh!

Well...anyway I have got to get running, just wanted to stop in and give a shout out to you all...

I'm off to the races.

Have a good one all,


Tuesday, May 15, 2007

O.M.G! Frustration...

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O.M.G! (Again)
This past two weeks have been totally crazy because my computer
went bust.
Then during a much needed overhaul of the web site...made it go boom again.
Then the web site was being looked at by like a thousand art galleries ( a girl can dream...shut up ) for reviews (and such)...
and it crashed.
And then the web site was there, but not really for like a week because of code that went to hell. (if I ever have to read that much computer code again...well, all I can say is I'd rather have my teeth pulled than read code at this point.)
It is all fixed now, I can use my computer and my web site is new and shiny...and not done yet but I am halfway there. Woot!
So, go check out my New bright and shiny Web Site please! Tell me what you think.
I need feedback
Lots of love to all,
See there's the link right there for you all easy and everything...well... Don't just sit there!

Sunday, May 13, 2007

New work and reflections on Motherhood

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New work: Quiet place series #3 'the Urban OM'
24" x 30"
The quote that inspired the work:
" We put thirty spokes to make a wheel: But it is on the hole in the center that the use of the cart hinges. We make a vessel from a lump of clay; But it is the empty space within the vessel that makes it useful. We make doors and windows for a room; But it is the empty spaces that make the room livable. Thus, while existence has advantages, It is the emptiness that makes it useful."
~Lao Tzu
*** newest work. Painting an empty spot...I have this series of quiet place paintings...they are a place internally that I visit and sit and listen to nothing, feel nothing, want nothing...just really quiet places...lately when the world gets too fast, and dirty I have been going to this little spot in my mind's eye...a slightly beat up, warm and almost grimy urban spot where I can look at a bare patch of wall space and think of nothing. For some reason I have been picking this place in my head...and to me... is welcoming because of this vibration of the world and it's spinning and moving and grooving...all except in this little spot in the sun. It's a really magic spot...I can hear the world spinning, but in this little corner, this bare patch on a side street in my's quiet, imperfect and full of peace. I don't know I just really have been digging it, so I painted it out with my own favorite graffiti too...I need a peaceful place sometimes.
Mothers day at the house of Testosterone.
I am the only female in our home. I have three sons and Mate Man. Being the girl is good. Mother's day has always been a frugal Mom's dream day for me. We have been a less than spectacular in the money department household. I am a practical Mom. That means that Mother's Day is the one day of the year that all the young Men in the house get to tend to my woman-ness...because for the rest of the year...I am one of the guys. So, this year the guys asked me what I wanted for my Mother's day present...being that most years it's things like...I want to have the furniture re-arranged without any complaining, or I want to go for a hike all day in a place I have not seen before, I want to stay in the studio all day, without talking to anyone and when I come out I want to eat a nice meal in a clean house with no fighting, name calling or hitting involved before, during or after...or at least not that I can hear...or the dreaded...I want to go garage sale shopping all day with everyone and not hear one time "do we have to stop at this one too?!".
Ok so, this year it was stuff...I really don't often ask for stuff. There was shock and awe amongst the males. They all had a passing look across their faces for a moment...of "Oh shit is she going to ask for something girl-ish?" Which was replaced with a look of great relief (on the little men's faces, the big one just grinned because he knew all along it would be fun), because of my list.
This is the list of things I want:
1. One bucket of pre-mixed drywall mud.
2. A new fancy trowel for spreading present #1.
3. More industrial size two-part Resin.
4. 1 sheet of 1/2" plywood.
5. A new fancy long bristle with a tapered end, 1" house painting brush.
6. For them to all leave together to go to the hardware store to buy all this stuff, and for them to get something to eat, and have a good "guy" time of it, leaving me alone in the studio on a wonderfully warm and sunny Sunday one day off a week.
So...Mother's Day pretty much rocks around here, and I love this holiday. Being a human replicator machine is least one solid day of every year. :)
Happy Mother's day to all you Mom's out there.
I'm off to enjoy some Me time.

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

The only difference between me and a madman is that I am not mad.

The new work...this is an ART Update...
"Travelers are We"
acrylics/mixed media
24"X 30"
The quote on it says:
In this era of world wars, in this atomic age, values have changed. We have learned that we are guests of existence, travelers between two stations. We must discover security within ourselves."
~Boris Pasernak
It's got like I think... 15 layers of rich glaze on it now...I still have two more effects I want to do to it before I call it good, one has to do with the faces...funny how when you take a picture of work that you have done, it removes you from it and you can see where things need least this is my experience. Some of the things I tried raised the collage elements a little and at first I was really frustrated. Then I kept playing with it and it turned into an imperfection that I really like now...I am thinking of using it again on purpose. I have not worked with my acrylics in awhile so I thought why not? It's fun and fast...I like that in an art medium.
Well anyway...that's the new work...on with the rest of this post.
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Quote for the day:

In order to acquire a growing and lasting respect in society, it is a good thing, if you possess great talent, to give, early in your youth, a very hard kick to the right shin of the society that you love. After that, be a snob.

~Salvador Dali
The title to this post is also from Salvador.

I need a vacation.

The cat made a escape attempt yesterday...she ran like the wind and didn't come back till this one got much sleep because of it. She is a tiny little kitty, we all love her, but she belongs the Middle Child, and he...well...he loves that he couldn't sleep and therefore I couldn't sleep...aaiieee!

Uuuummm, let's see...Middle Child turned 10, and we had an all boy party to celebrate. He had a good time, but mentioned a few times that it was hard without Oldest Child around...he misses his big brother...we all do, it's hard.

Anyway...Middle Child is ten, and he is glad that he is now a double digit!

They grow up so darn fast.

Studio time has been slow and frustrating of late...I have had many ideas and grand plans, but the day job keeps slowing me down. I didn't realize how much I depended on easel time to keep my sanity and hold depression at bay. I'm not like totally depressed or anything, just blue around the edges...and that doesn't make for great creative time...not for me anyway. when I get off work...I have set the day up to be able to paint for the afternoon...and I have no plan as to what my subject matter will be. Yippeee! It'll be a surprise. I love surprises.

Anyway...I must get to the work day, I have 14 coaching clients lined up for the morning and early afternoon...I should, if I am lucky be off work around 1:30 pm. Then it's painting time for at least a couple of hours.

I'll post pictures of the new work later on...still waiting for sunrise round here.

OK so my friend Blue Jude

tagged me with the 7 meme list...I don't know what else I have to divulge around here...but here it goes:

1. I have little to no patience. I am a very calm impatient wouldn't know I am suffering from the "hurry up and wait's" but I am so...impatient in reality.

2. I live in a messy/clean house. By that I mean...the place is totally messy most of the time, but the important stuff, like kitchen sinks, bathrooms, floors, bedsheets, and the garbage are taken care of...laundry is another issue all together.

3. I am a professional stacker. I have the neatest stacks of all time. I rule at stacking stuff and knowing what stack...uuummm let's say the electric bill is...when I get around to remembering to think about the fact that it seems to be time to pay that again.

4. # 3 brings me to...paying bills...I am not the queen of this I do not rule. I do a fair job at this activity, well enough to keep things running smoothly enough...but it's something I have to force myself to think about...all I can say is thank the Universe I am also ...

5. a total cheep skate. Frugal, a real non-spender. Spending money on stuff...I don't mean the important stuff, I mean like clothes, entertainment, you know wants...makes my ass twitch. I like having money in the my life poverty has been the norm...and kind of like the hoarders...I like to be ready for the it always seems to happen thinking is keep it simple, and it may just save your bacon in the end.

6. Practical. that's me. Simple...yeah in a really complicated way...I like living a simple life...yeah it's like that...that's how I roll.

7. I don't make my bed everyday. I make it at night before I get into it. However...I do have incredible dresser drawers. I like really neat drawers...everything else...stacked neatly ready to go into drawers that may or may not be empty at the moment, because I have not taken the time to transfer said stacks into already mentioned insanely neat drawer spaces...


I am not tagging anyone...if you feel inclined to talk about yourself...go ahead..I'll certainly read it. Otherwise...carry on!

Have a good day one and all,


Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Art Auctions that are Hot, Hot, Hot!

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$55.00 opening bid, small reserve
This is a Five day Auction

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$55.00 opening bid, no reserve

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$25.99 Opening bid, No reserve

These three top ones are what I added to the auction today...the next three are yesterday's additions!
Enjoy...and bid!

Opening bid $45.00 No Reserve

Click on the link to read more about it,

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Opening bid $55.00 Small Reserve

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Being Listed as 'In the Moment'

because people were asking me if it was about my religion...if my religion can be art then yes, yes it to encourage looking and possibly selling...I changed the title for the will carry both titles on the work from now on.

Opening bid $55.00 No Reserve

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So, these are today's auctions, I will post three more tomorrow...what will they be you ask?

I'm not telling!

It will be a daily surprise, I am going to be posting some of my best works and some that are great and I have held onto them for personal reasons...there will be some that no one has ever seen before as well!

So, check back soon...and bid people bid.

All auctions are 7 days in length.



Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Determination is the down payment on sales achievement.

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Quote for the day:
Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination are omnipotent. The slogan 'press on' has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.
~Calvin Coolidge
Good morning brave readers!
It's been a very busy couple days here at the studio.
I brought the show home from the gallery yesterday. It was a good show, no sales but with the crazy-ness that that gallery has gone through was still a good show, good for my resume, good for promotions, and good for introducing myself to the area. I got a big write up in the paper...and well, simply put... it's not always about the sales's a success when you feel good about's not always coupled with dollar signs...but those don't hurt either! Anyway, it's nice to have the collection back home at the studio...and the show in the can. I'm ready for the next close up Mr. DeMille!
I also ran an auction last week and sold two paintings, to the same bidder...they are shipping out today to a brand new patron...that's always exciting. (Yippeee!)
I will be adding new art for auction later today, so check it out when you have a chance...the link button is right over there in my side can't miss it.
I am determined to start making sales again...enough of the waiting around...I said Enough! So, I will be auctioning again on a regular basis...and getting this party started. I am also shopping around for a nice gallery to join forces with in my local area...wish me luck in getting represented here and soon!
In the art success plan book I am also going to be entering a few jury shows this's good for the resume I am told...well what I have researched it's on the to-do list...finding good events to enter and seeing what happens.
It's supposed to help with the getting into a gallery effort, and being that I have never spent a lot of time worrying about that in my career so far (getting into a gallery)...I have just been selling art like a Mo-Fo up to this point...what did I need a gallery for? Well, now that my average price for a work has risen...I've stalled out in sales...I need some wind beneath my wings and try to gain some altitude. I went 5 months without a sale...never again I say! :) So, now I am re-defining my art career goals (fluid not fixed goals) and getting on it. Watch out I come. "Carry on!"
Middle child's birthday will be celebrated this Sunday...with lots of boys to party hardy!) He is very excited. It's his first double digit birthday, he'll be ten. I really can't believe that it's already been ten years, I fought to keep him alive (it was a real rough pregnancy...8 months in bed) and now here he is...almost as tall as I am and becoming quite the young man. Sheesh...where does the time go?
Uuuummm...let's see...
I have a crazy busy day...I want to spend time at the easel, but don't know if that's in the cards for me today, what with all the running around I have to do, starting new auctions, and doing the Life Coach gig.
Well, I better get busy and burn rubber on my day...
have a good one...
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