January 22, 2022 – Rethinking (re-engineering?) How I Post About Images I Upload to #FineArtAmerica

My most emerging challenge as I ramp up being able to and wanting to paint more often – each day if possible – is time.

Not a big surprise for all the folks with lots of interests and/or commitments, even for us 70+ year olds, lol! Though, surprisingly, just as difficult to navigate the demands and siren calls of attention in our lives.

Kinda nice though, that kind of problem has persisted from when being a kid and wanting to play, eat a snack, watch TV randomly goof around. I think generally most kids have more a problem trying to do all they want vs not ( really ) having anything to do. I think our too hot of weather in the summer and wanting to be outside, even in the 1950s, was the main deterrent to doing what we wanted to do!

Well, I’m kinda in the same position. Only I want to be inside painting, lol! With temps all week in the 30s here ( unusual, true ) and too hot most the rest of the year ( don’t we love our few 70 degree days! ) being comfortable inside is a blessing 🙏

I also want to blog post each day. Just a self chosen challenge, but satisfying the steadier I can stick with doing that.

One of my most challenging aspects if also wanting to include interesting pics in my posts.

For Fine Art America uploads, a place where there’s quite a few interesting practical products one’s images can be printed on, in addition to prints and canvas etc of course, it’s been fun choosing and configuring my images on yoga mats, framed prints, tote bags, all that. But it takes time.

Also, my focus, now that I am painting so much more, is selling my originals – vs just prints, as I have for a very long time now.

So my big change, which is somewhat easier to and fun for me, is using Fine Art America’s high resolution detail view feature ( sample at top and below). I won’t have to take time to “choose” which product to feature – and – I’m putting the focus on detail features within my painting, ie, the texture, colors and the movement of those elements.

I’ll have one more detail shot below, and am only featuring 3 because, guess what, that’s all I’ve taken advantage of showing so far, lol! Well, that’s changing 😊

And here’s my 3rd and latest example —

high resolution detail feature at Fine Art America, Pink Impressionist Abstract 1 ©Felipe Adan Lerma https://felipeadan-lerma.pixels.com/featured/pink-impressionist-abstract-1-felipe-adan-lerma.html
high resolution detail feature at Fine Art America, Pink Impressionist Abstract 1 ©Felipe Adan Lerma
https://felipeadan-lerma.pixels.com/featured/pink-impressionist-abstract-1-felipe-adan-lerma.html

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And though my samples on my posts here aren’t as high resolution as what you’d see on my painting’s page on Fine Art America – I limit the size file I show on WordPress so’s not to have to increase my site’s product selection, ie, $$$ ☺️

So there’s good incentive to take a quick look via the enclosed links and see what the surface of my original paintings look and feel like ❤️

Thanks so much everyone! Stay safe! Stay well! 💕

Adan

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Thanks again, everyone! 😊

Adan

Artist self portrait - photo of Felipe Adan Lerma on converted railway track bike ferry for the Island Line Trail connecting mainland Vermont to South Hero on Lake Champlain.

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