First I revamped my Instagram page header, probably 1st cause I’ve spent so little time there & want to do there more; but yeah, I’ve a lot of wants & ‘tween family, health and making my art there’s only so much time, lol!
But I do spend more time on Twitter, so I headed there 2nd.
Looking at my very-long-time running header of a bicycle leaned up against a railing with a view of Lake Champlain Vermont, my wife’s home state, I thought maybe I should finally change that image, if I’m really wanting to focus / brand myself more an artist.
I thought this image, one I submitted to Art for the People for PR for a new show running til early April here in Austin, might be a good one to consider —
If you can, let me know what you think! I won’t be changing any image stuff right away.
I want to change the header information on Pinterest, etc, and have a little more time to think about it. But it might be time! Wife & I haven’t gotten back to Vermont in nearly 3+ years now! First ’cause of several operations, then Covid.
And my focus then was very intently about Vermont, it’s so beautiful! And hopefully it will be again, maybe, probably, more integrated into my art, though I had begun adding painting to my many many wonderful photos of that beautiful land ❤️
Stay well everyone! Keep hope!! 💕
ps – my newest painting below! 😊
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