Started this post last night, worked on it this morning, and now, almost 8pm, gonna try and finish it, lol! Did get lots of sorting/packing/contacting current & future internet providers for our move, plus the requisite walking/eating/and I forget what else ☺️
So, to save time, and cause can’t seem to think of a better way to intro this new digital out-take of a larger piece, here’s what I came up with on my Fine Art America description couple days ago 😊
Though not a detail abstract, where the originating image is otherwise unknown, this is a tight cropping round the female figure in the original small 5×7 watercolor on canvas panel ( https://felipeadan-lerma.pixels.com/featured/faith-in-a-safe-return-felipe-adan-lerma.html ). 😊Nevertheless, without the full painting’s context, I see and feel this as an abstract, not knowable in its whole as presented. Yet, like Abstract Detail 1 Sun Spot Flower ( https://felipeadan-lerma.pixels.com/featured/sun-spot-flower-felipe-adan-lerma.html ), the abstraction can exist as itself, differently, distinct and apart from the original whole. Otherwise I’d feel it’d be just a bad cropping, and not worth presenting in itself.https://fineartamerica.com/featured/abstract-detail-2-faith-in-a-safe-return-felipe-adan-lerma.html
Abstract Detail 2 Faith in a Safe Return is worth presenting as a stand-alone. The textures and colors, as I want all my Abstract Detail presentations to be, are an interest in themselves 💕
I felt, among the gift items like towel or yoga, that this image went well on, the notebook cover was kinda eye catching, enough to draw a lingering or second glance at least ❤️
Abstract Detail 2 Faith in a Safe Return’s full parent image sold at Buda Mercantile earlier this year 💕
Buda Mercantile is now going through a transformation for a new business owner and we all wish them the very best in their wholistic ventures!
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- October 17, 2021 – My Most Viewed Image For a 2nd Week @FineArtAmerica, Abstract Study 1, #watercolorThough I’ve had some of my images repeat a 2nd week or more, or return again after awhile to place top of my views for the week at Fine Art America, it’s still rare for an abstract of mine to do so. It’s sorta ironic for me, since I began painting in earnest in the 80s creating acrylic abstracts (after fooling around doing clouds and Dali-ish dripping clocks in my 20s 😊), and then….
- October 16, 2021 – My Idea for Promoting My WordPress Blog Posts on Twitter (Besides My Pinned Tweet), Part 2Knowing me, I doubt this’ll be my final tweet format I can use on Twitter to let folks see & know what my most recent blog posts are. I of course tweet the individual blog posts themselves out, often using them here in my posts. But I felt the need for a more inclusive, easy to change to keep up-to-date format and after some earlier incarnations, this tweet above may work for me for awhile, changing the screen shot of my current blogs as needed 😊
- October 15, 2021 – 2nd Time Out Sketching with Austin’s #UrbanSketchers Group! Still a Treat! #PeaseParkThough immensely more challenging this time around for October’s outting with Austin’s Urban Sketchers chapter (heat indexes near 100 – hopefully a forerunner to an expected cool front; traffic challenges due to Austin City Limits festival), and, not particularly enamored with my resultant efforts this time around — — it was so good to talk with other artists! Be out among so many folks and families, and, “try” my 2nd time out painting plein air since (I think) the early 2000s!
- October 14, 2021 – My Idea for Promoting My WordPress Blog Posts on Twitter (Besides My Pinned Tweet), Part 1I have my pinned tweet on my Twitter timeline of course, where I show images of my work on Fine Art America, with link to my site there of course, and, also list my blog site here on WordPress. But as you can tell above, the latter, my WordPress website, gets not that much focus. Though if you’d like to retweet it, please do, lol! 😊 So basically, I asked myself, how – beyond a 2 short lines in the text – can I better promote my WordPress site, along with my Fine Art America site?
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