The funny thing is, this was to be a simple formatting job, getting the images I wanted into this post, lol!
Let’s just say I took ’bout 1/2 a dozen screen shots of both my most recent uploads (top) and my collections page – both on Fine Art America 😊
But at least I have a quick way to show ya’ll my most recent pics, from paintings to photos to digital work. And, when the facing image for one of my collections changes, I’ll update the pic below.
I simply’ve run out of enough extra time to showcase each image I upload right now. Why? For the very fortunate reason I’m creating more work than I can format, name, and upload. But that’s a good problem, I’ll take it! ❤️
As you can tell if you look at similar images posted side by side, I like doing digital variations of some of my work. It’s relatively quick (not like watching paint dry 😏) and, for me, it’s more play than work – a way to explore and find variations of my colors and shapes I might like trying on paper or canvas with real pigment.
Meanwhile, below is a sampling of some of my galleries/collections – which actually I name and create, including deciding which image to be the “face” for that collection. So I do change those around, but much less frequently, than the number of new images I upload.
The images are a good way to see what’s new, and the galleries are a great way to drill down into a topic of interest.
I hope you’ll give both an exploratory look, especially when I post an update with a new pic of the new images I’ve uploaded.
The newly-uploaded-images option of course gives a good look where my work is heading, though my uploads are 12+ images behind just in regard to new paintings, on paper and canvas.
While the galleries give an idea what categories of my work are either running most strongly, and/or, which are of more interest to me 😊
It’s easy to see I currently really love figure work, my new heart series, Paris (always), art, Vermont, and places folks are buying my work, ie, like the Old Bakery and Emporium (once it reopens), and eventually, I very much hoping, the promising new-to-me outlet of Buda Mercantile.
And as always, there’s the option of prints of all sizes plus gift items at Fine Art America, with their fabulous 30 day guarantee!
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Thanks so much everyone! Stay creative!
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