Some of my newer pieces are just flying off the wall. No, it hasn’t been windy, it’s just that a few are going out at every show, which ends up being before I can post them. So, before the next show this weekend, here’s one of the new babies. It’s one of those where the writing is more obvious. It says “Chance will take you places you would never go alone.”
Well, a couple of paintings from a recent batch ended up going to forever homes before I had time to post them here! Better get a few more up before the next show takes them away (I hope). Though there are a few I wish I could hang onto for a while before they fledge the nest.
I realize it’s been awhile since I’ve specifically posted a ‘Newer work’ post. This one is from a new batch, and a little different than many of my other refractured watercolor/acrylic/poetry pieces in that I put the poetry on the acrylic in places obvious to the viewer, rather than hidden in the clouds. I’m looking forward to seeing the reaction on this one when I take it out for the first time this weekend.
Over the winter I have been teaching an intermediate watercolor class at a gated community in La Quinta. I’ve done a number of exercises that have produced multiple paintings in a category that I don’t usually sell work in. Now that the classes are coming to an end, I have a set of perfectly good paintings in a box kicking around the bottom of the studio. So, Etsy time! Here are three paintings I put up this morning, ready to go to a new home for a reasonable price. $80!
Sometimes life happens to people. I’ve not ever had to bail on a show at the last minute, thank goodness, but last weekend, my neighbor did. I don’t know who it was and there was no message to the organizers, but by 9am on the Friday, it was clear that the space next to me was going to remain a space, and I had an extra wall. Blissfully I’d bought a couple spare paintings, and spread things around, and made the best use of it.
The irony was that I had thought, based on the booth map, that I was getting a corner booth. I was, but just not the way I thought.
Art on Main in Old Town La Quinta is close to the closest show to my house and I’m looking forward to setting up there this coming Saturday. Come by if you’re in the area. I’m going to be outside the Grill on Main.
Saturday, Feb. 3, 10am to 4pm
78100 Main Street, La Quinta, CA 92253
Over 80 artists sell their paintings, jewelry, ceramics, photography, textiles, glass, sculptures and more along Old Town La Quinta’s charming Main Street.
Music by Barry Minniefield from The Voice.
Free Admission & Parking. Come for the art, stay for the day!
Here’s what’s happened and happening at Skyscapes in February.