Last week my BW watercolor, Arm Chair View Paris, from Sept 2020 was most views; this week another watercolor, with Fall colors, from June of the same year is my most viewed of the past week at Fine Art America!
It’s interesting that the top 3 and the bottom 3 share a color harmony; I’m assuming the algorithms for similar work are working pretty well with my work at Fine Art America, offering work that draws visitors to other similar work of mine. I like that ❤️
Something else interesting to me about the top 6 most viewed for the 3rd week of October, Angel, my BW abstract far left bottom row above was only available for viewing less than a day, and got just over half the # of views Fall Colors my most viewed received – interesting, and maybe a trend worth my watching on my site there.
After all, 4 of the top 6 most viewed were abstractions of one degree or other. And 3 were very recent.
My two BW photos are not too much a surprise, each being popular for awhile now. Time at the Musee d’Orsay (bottom far right above) even being on last week’s views update.
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Stay well everyone! 😊
ps – because temps have continued to bounce back into the 90s here in Austin, I may still have time to paint a new fall colors work, lol! ☺️
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- October 02, 2022 – My Most Viewed Image this Past Week @FineArtAmerica, “Walking With the Stars Poster” : circa 2022Especially nice for to see my poster version of “Walking with the Stars” appear as my most viewed image of the week at Fine Art America 😊
- October 01, 2022 – Opinion: Careening Screaming Laughing Round the Curve and Guardrails America ( and the world ) is Entering Adulthood, Part 1…it’s my opinion humanity will soon decide to survive or not. And that we can only decide to survive by also deciding that means all of us.
- September 28, 2022 – Working Texture and Figures into Compositions I Like, Part 6 : Adding a 5th ( scumbled ) Layer to Danseur en Bleu ( formerly Dancing Turquoise )I don’t want to forget, souls and spirits that we may be, we are also of and from the Earth we stand upon ❤️
- September 27, 2022 – Now This Sounds Right : “Fed can avoid ‘deep pain’ in inflation fight, Bostic says”One of the fun things of being a lay-person in re to an esoteric topic, like the effect of Federal Reserve actions and statements about folks in my fiscal strata is – long as I’m upfront it’s my opinion – I can say how things appear from my socio-economic perspective.
- September 26, 2022 – Changes to My Blog – No Externally Generated Ads / Blogging As AbleI needed to regroup.
- September 25, 2022 – My Most Viewed Image this Past Week @FineArtAmerica, “Walk Among the Wildflowers” : circa 2020I’m hoping to catch the deadline to submit it to a new-to-me Austin venue, Bee Caves Arts Foundation. Do wish me luck. It’d be a great add-on to its being my most viewed on Fine Art America this past week 😊🙏
- September 22, 2022 – Clean Energy, Part 5 – The Practical Problem, and, How #Solar Kept the Lights on After Fiona Left #PuertoRico in the DarkThe bulk of the info is a very fairly laid out presentation that a 90% of renewable energy is mostly doable and feasible. The only really debatable portion, and Dan presents pluses and minuses for each possible choice, is how to supply that last needed 10%.
Thanks again, everyone! 😊