My 2021 blog posts are already showing their hand, with the arts (poetry, photography, painting) being the big draws, each post with their own subject matter to the artist or poet 😊
I like them all 💕
Volleyball Setter Poster Original Sports Poetry Back in Stock
©Felipe Adan Lerma
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Copyrighted, written in 1994, very popular when Sheila and I did art and craft shows in the 90s, and included in my book, 101 Sports Poems (registered with Library of Congress), Volleyball Setter has always been a huge draw.
All my oldest girl’s girls were/are passionate about volleyball, and my 2nd oldest granddaughter is the girl in the image w/the writing ❤️
In addition, my blog posts – Volleyball Setter Original Sports Poetry Back in Stock – has been my most viewed post five years running and looks to easily be so again this year! A sixth years!
Though obviously, being a popular sport, is a major factor, it’s gratifying to know it’s also a poem, and one I wrote when doing shows with my wife Sheila 💕
It’s probably time I gave serious planning for a variety of limited edition prints!
Gifts and prints meanwhile, are available via Fine Art America 😊
My Two Most Popular Posts November 2020 – Both About the Arts – Richard Bernabe and Arteza Watercolor Brush Pens
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These two posts, one about my first taste using Arteza’s Watercolor Brush Pens, the other featuring a tweet that caught my eye from photographer Richard Bernabe, were my most popular this past November (2020), and my post about that itself is continuing to be a most viewed post currently!
It’s especially nice I think that both posts are about the arts! 😊
Margaret Hall Reblog – Sketching Outside in Winter With Watercolor
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My post, reblog actually, of Margaret Hall’s own blog post, Sketching Outside in Winter with Watercolor, is, so readers here will know, one of a consistent flow of charm filled words and images. There’s something very lovely about her work and approach, and am so glad it’s been quite competitive this month with my more repetitively enduring most viewed posts. I hope you’ll give her short post a quick look. I don’t believe you’ll be disappointed 😊
That’s my top three – normally two, but 2 were tied! – posts for the first two weeks of 2021.
The arts continue to look promising!
Thanks so much!
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- February 21, 2021 – Austin Winter Storm, Hope is a Wet Blue Line and One Brave Bird in a TreeMy apologies for the break in communication continuity since yesterday morning – it’s been a rough but promising ride, and, I got my own answer as to how come the phrase/idea, “Why the Caged Bird Sings” has always appealed to me 😊
Thanks again, everyone! 😊