New Look for the Homepage . . .

For the past couple of weeks or so, I’ve been focusing my energies on behind-the-scenes work. The tasks-at-hand have been the preparation of small, plywood panels for oil painting and updates to the main website: re-formatting, editing and uploading a selection of images to the site’s homepage. A group of works on paper —dating from 2012-2014— are featured in a revolving slide-show format. I will be creating different slideshow galleries of work on paper, panel, etc. and rotating the homepage exhibit throughout the year. Let me know what you think of the new look. Simultaneously, I am working behind the scenes on a gallery-style program with price lists and availability. This will be linked to Paypal and future gallery sites for collectors to make a purchase/place a deposit, or order prints when available.

I’m also in the process of selecting images for spring mailers. Some of you may recall these cards from past shows and open studio events. Do you have a favorite painting that you would like to see featured on a card? I plan to print at least four this year —featuring perhaps two oils and two pastels— and I’d love your input on the selection!

panel_prep...New birch panels being assembled with floating, back frames

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  1. Jen A. March 14, 2014 at 6:07 pm #

    Thanks for the behind-the-scenes tour. I’ll throw in my four choices for card prints. I limited myself to just this 30-in-30, otherwise it would be way too overwhelming. Even with that limitation it’s a challenge. Brook Trout Dreams, Glint, Fractured Beech, Red Osier Thicket get my votes.