I hope everyone's year is starting out well, and if you've made any new year resolutions, that you are still working on them. It's hard to do for very long unless you are really committed.
I'm hoping to do better with blogging this year as I get more familiar with how it works...and to share current happenings here. I've been trying to find out how to change the header and backgrounds, etc....but it's really frustrating
without someone to lead me through it and having to sit for hours figuring it out alone. My old brain just isn't that swift anymore.... but I do try and eventually have some success....it just takes longer!
My first piece of good news to tell you this year, is that it's begun with a sale of one of the miniature paintings I submitted to the juried miniature show at the Strathmore Gallery in Washington, DC in December. It's a 2.5" x 3.5" pastel called "Colorfest" and similar to another one that I showed previously.
years old, and a freshman at Temple University in Philadelphia. Her sister
Julie, is now 14 years-of-age and in the eighth grade at Thurmont Middle School, MD. I've been working on their birthday cards and want to show them to you below. The first one is the card I made for my grown-up young lady, Sarah:
Our family celebration for them will be at dinner tomorrow, and I'm baking the "funfetti" cake they requested!
That's a pretty good start for this new year, and I hope it continues. I am planning to really paint more now, and to ensure that I do, will join an 8wk. pastel class at our local art center to get the mojo working. It's always good to be with a group and benefit from the comraderie as well as the feedback, which really applies to anything one does. Will try to keep you posted on my progress.
Till next time....thanks for visiting and do come back again.