Last year ( 2021 ) I posted several ideas I’ve been trying out to draw more / better attention to my blog posts, and my pinned tweets do seem to be having a good effect.
My current pinned tweet itself ( see below ) has even evolved past what I’d last posted, and is currently looking like this, ie, just a straight out individual blog post promotion featuring an image that seems to be striking good chords of attention —
What I’m adding now, to help promote both my images on Fine Art America, and my site’s blog posts, are tweets I can save to repost that feature info on both the image and my post for that image.
I’ll probably soon adjust my pinned tweet to reflect the same!
My header image ( top ) is a good example featuring a current work, and below is one featuring an older work —
Being older, I added the work’s finish date, 2021. Some even older work I have to sorta-guess, though I usually at least know the decade, lol! 😊
Then I thought, hey, my newer work, down the line, will also be old, and maybe I should be placing the finish date on these newer work’s tweets also, thus, this —
All in all I like the clean look + the comprehensive link info w/out looking “too” cluttered 😊 🙏
Stay well everyone! May we have a virus-respite for Spring time! 💕
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- 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%.
- September 21, 2022 – Working Texture and Figures into Compositions I Like, Part 5 : Adding a 4th ( textured ) Layer to Danseur en Bleu ( formerly Dancing Turquoise )Much enhanced less subtle, but more vibrant, the current stage of development for Danseur en Bleu is nearing a finish.
- September 20, 2022 – A Beginner’s View : Inflation, the Economy, Climate, Clean Energy, Health etc, How Are They Related in Our Current Everyday Lives? – An On-Going Inquiry, Part 7 – #ClimateTweetsA selection of Tweets I’ve Retweeted about #Climate & related topics, both scary & hopeful 😊🙏
- September 19, 2022 – Working Texture and Figures into Compositions I Like, Part 4 : Adding a 3rd ( pink ) Layer to Danseur en Bleu ( formerly Dancing Turquoise )I only painted a few minutes, ten or so, after mixing matte gel medium and a touch of acrylic rose, and I could only do it because I’m hopeful!
- September 18, 2022 – My Most Viewed Image this Past Week @FineArtAmerica, “Time at the Musee d’Orsay ” : circa 2012Just a month ago Time at the Musee d’Orsay suddenly popped up as my most viewed, and here it is again! Maybe that means we’ll make it back to Paris eventually after all, lol!
- September 17, 2022 – Post Surgery : Continuing With AntibioticsHaving to resume antibiotics as one of my surgeons got lab results on a mucus sample from my surgery showing growth – so am blessedly kicking back til some blood clotting and fatigue fade away again 🙏
- September 16, 2022 – “Blue with Gold Twilight” and “Pink with Maroon Landscape and Bird” in New #CreativeArtsSociety Juried Art Show at Riverbend Church!Just got word today two of my 10×20 gallery wrap acrylics have been juried into a show I’ve never done with Creative Arts Society before, at Riverbend Church’s “Inspirational Gallery” in Austin’s western side – yes, hills! 😊
Thanks again, everyone! 😊