The Downtown Art Walk in Gainesville, Georgia is off to a colorful start, with balloons flying at each venue and people visiting the participating stores. Friday, June 3, 2011 was our second Downtown Art Walk and was well attended. With this new artsy activity for me, in just two walks I’ve already met so many […]
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Fine Art Tips, Tidbits and Tales of Life – The Artist Speaks This is blog # 40 and I want to use this one to express my gratitude to you for visiting and reading my blog! You are loyal and mean so much to me. It’s raining at Loblolly Cove, I’m sitting at the kitchen […]
“Great Creator, I will take care of the Quantity, You take care of the Quality”. Julia Cameron
Each spring and fall there is a group of five of us that get together and show our art. This is a particularly good time as we catch up on our artistic activities and what’s happening with our families. But, toward the end of the show, we begin to make plans for the next show, […]
Meeting future patrons at an an art show is so easy and natural. Just talking about a painting, telling it’s story, and listening for why the painting appeals to them. Sometimes the painting reminds this person of something from their childhood, maybe it’s a special grandparent, a special house, siblings or parents. Someone told me […]